SUMMER SEMINAR 2009
de Westminster Christian Academy students; edited and designed by Craig Dunham
The Westminster Christian Academy Summer Seminar in South Dakota is an interdisciplinary course designed to stimulate in students physical, intellectual, and spiritual growth. Over the course of a 10-day trip through the Badlands and Black Hills of South Dakota, students explore the theme of “shalom” through multiple course cores in ethics, history, and science.
The focus of the Summer Seminar is the development of a biblical worldview and understanding of relationships - with each other, with creation, and with God. It’s also to have a whole lot of fun.
(All proceeds from sale of this book go to Westminster's Summer Seminar program.)
A graduate of the University of Missouri, Craig Dunham earned two masters degrees from Covenant Seminary, the first in Theological Studies and the second in Educational Ministry. In addition to co-authoring TwentySomeone: Finding Yourself in a Decade of Transition (WaterBrook Press) – a practical theology book for people entering and experiencing their twenties – Craig has published articles in Christianity Today, byFaith, and Discipleship Journal. He blogs semi-regularly at http://www.seconddrafts.com. A former teaching assistant to professor Jerram Barrs at Covenant's Francis Schaeffer Institute, Craig taught in the Bible Department at Westminster Christian Academy in St. Louis. He is now Head of School at Veritas Classical Academy in Oklahoma City, where he lives with his wife, Megan, and daughters Maddie, Chloe, Katie, and Millie, and are founding members of City Presbyterian Church.
LEARNING EDUCATION Publicado 07 de mayo de 2010