A Compact Guide to the Whole Bible

Wall, Robert W. and David R. Nienhuis, eds. A Compact Guide to the Whole Bible: Learning to Read Scripture’s Story. Grand Rapids: […]

Dealing with Complexity

This issue may cause a certain amount of discomfort in our school communities or even within us personally as Christian educators. No […]

The Educator’s Journey(s)

In our careers as educators, we have all seen a wide variety of approaches that our colleagues take to do their work. […]

Living in Faith and Hope

By the time you receive this issue, the summer holidays will likely be a fading memory for you, your students and colleagues, […]

Organized Reading

It will be clear from the reviews of the books in this issue that the world in which we as educators work […]

Healthy Workplaces

We have all seen it—students who are overwhelmed by discouragement at their inability to “meet the standard” expected of them in their […]

Hope in a Troubled World

As I write this editorial, the news broadcasts are dominated by stories of fear and calamity. While this is perhaps the way […]

Rooted In, Responsive To, Reaching Out

In October 2013, the Christian Educators Journal, in collaboration with the Andreas Center for Reformed Scholarship and Service at Dordt College, sponsored […]