To begin with, I've had to remind myself and the churches with which I've worked about the importance of adult education. Often children and youth education gets top billing in congregations, and. A summary of our Adult Education offerings is coming soon. Please see the Adult Education News & Events page for related information. Need Help with Senior Care? Looking for senior care can be stressful and confusing, and you may be unsure where to start. Whether you’re looking for a senior living community or help with in-home care, we’re here to help you understand your options, learn.
Aug 15, 2017 · Adult Education Studies from the Wesley Ministry Network. The Wesley Ministry Network brings the best of contemporary Christian scholarship to your congregation’s small groups and adult Bible studies.These video-based group study courses encourage the energetic discussion and personal reflection that are keys to a life of informed discipleship.Author: Lewis Center. Resources for pre-schoolers through senior adults include books, magazines, audiovisual materials (DVDs and CDs), and computer files, as well as many Internet links to book reviews, study guides, online-only publications, audios, and videos. Audio recordings of selected adult Sunday School classes may be borrowed on CD.
Adult Classes At First Church, adult education is thriving. The program offers a wide range of opportunities for spiritual growth—from formal bible study, to lectures on social issues, to weekend retreats, to intimate lunchtime discussions followed by a concert. Adult Education Programs & Forums with Guest Speakers. Throughout the Church year, a variety of Adult Education Programs are offered on weekdays (day and evening) and on Sundays mornings between the worship services or following the 10 a.m. worship service.
Adult development and learning styles are considered in (2) "What Teachers Need to Know about Adults Today" (Robert L. Conrad). (3) "Principles of Adult Learning" (Kent L. Johnson, Nelson T. Strobert) discusses the theory of adult learning, formal and informal learning, and motivation for adult education.Author: Rebecca Grothe. Adult Education. We offer different adult formation opportunities throughout the year and always try to keep our eyes and ears open to where the Holy Spirit may be guiding our efforts to provide learning experiences for all ages! Here are a few of our current offerings.