Modeling and Teaching the Anabaptist Christian Faith in a Practical Way Through Formal Classroom Teaching

by Glendon Strickler

In this talk given at Faith Builders Teacher’s Week 2010, Glendon Strickler begins by sharing his burden for the importance of retaining a distinctive Anabaptist Christianity in opposition to continual secular pressures of doubt and corruption. Strickler reminds teachers to create an environment where they can be relatable models of true spirituality, to teach principles along with facts, to teach the Bible with charisma and color, and to look for God’s wisdom in unlikely places.

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CONTRIBUTOR: Glendon Strickler

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Faith Builders Teacher's Week 2010
Publication Date: August 19, 2010
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