From APCE’s 2019 Educator of the Year, Keith D. Sundberg

From APCE’s 2019 Educator of the Year, Keith D. Sundberg

By: Keith D. Sundberg APCE is pleased to announce the selection of Keith D. Sundberg at the 2019 ENRICH Educator of the Year. Keith will be recognized and his ministry celebrated on Friday, February 8, at the Awards Celebration Dinner during the 2019 Annual Event in...
An Agenda for the Future of Faith Formation

An Agenda for the Future of Faith Formation

By: John Roberto The 2019 APCE Annual Event in Galveston will explore these changes and how the church might respond. Through our worship, plenaries, music and workshops, we will examine the changing scene and learn about ways to engage these changes in ministry. Find...
Come Now to the Waters!

Come Now to the Waters!

By: Priscilla Andre-Colton   Anyone who lives near a coast knows the power of the tides. They influence everything that happens. My husband and I used to sail in the St. Johns River out of Jacksonville, FL. I learned early that the tides affected when we could leave...
APCE’s “Why” The Second of a Two-Part Conversation

APCE’s “Why” The Second of a Two-Part Conversation

By: Ken McFayden Several weeks ago, I began a conversation on Why APCE? I hope my thoughts stimulated your thoughts as you reflect upon why APCE matters to you, to the church, and to people on a life-long journey of growth in faith. Today, I offer a glimpse into the...
Why APCE? The First of a Two-Part Conversation

Why APCE? The First of a Two-Part Conversation

By: Ken McFayden Since being installed as president at the 2018 annual event, the Association of Presbyterian Church Educators (APCE) has become a more central part of my life. More of my time. More of my energy. More of my focus. And during a period of my life when...