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...
Visio Divina

Visio Divina

By: Carol Wehrheim In this day when visual images often hold more sway than the spoken word, we ought to pay attention to a spiritual practice that focuses on image: visio divina (divine vision). The same four movements that are found in lectio divina (divine word)...
Where Have We Been and Where Are We Going?

Where Have We Been and Where Are We Going?

By: Where have we been? Where are we going? How are we doing? Who’s doing the doing? With far greater eloquence and far less brevity, these are the questions that the Special Committee to Study the Reformed Perspective of Christian Education in the 21st Century is...
The Gameful Church

The Gameful Church

By: Ken Evers-Hood Do you like games? Chances are the people you serve do. When I ask church groups to tell me their idea of what a “gamer” looks like, folks invariably guess a teenage boy playing videogames alone in his room. The reality is quite different. Even if...