The Heart of the Matter

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10 thoughts on “The Heart of the Matter

  1. Seth Woodley Seth Woodley says:

    This book offers a shallow and oversimplified look at Christian education It spends very little time on school related matters it isof a guide to God focused youth ministry At the expense of detailed and thoughtful tips detailing what a Christian school could and should be like, it provides platitudinal phrases that make it sound as though every class should be a Bible class every day In so doing, it undervalues the goodness, truth, and beauty that could be revealed in the classroom th This book offers a shallow and oversimplified look at Christian education It spends very little time on school related matters it isof a guide to God focused youth ministry At the expense of detailed and thoughtful tips detailing what a Christian school could and should be like, it provides platitudinal phrases that make it sound as though every class should be a Bible class every day In so doing, it undervalues the goodness, truth, and beauty that could be revealed in the classroom through the learning experience It does not provide ample guidance on how each subject could be used for the glory of God by being taught from a biblical worldview only a paragraph is devoted to that idea Unfortunately, it is this kind of oversimplification that prevents this work from being meaningful or helpful


  2. Christine Meunier Christine Meunier says:

    An aptly named book When our heart is in line with God and on fire for Him, all else will fall into place An interesting read and exploration of scriptures for Christian teachers.


  3. Edy Gies Edy Gies says:

    This is a great book It is extrmemtly short, but very poinient and necessary to parents and those involved in Christian ministry I know if our youth group classes had had a different focus it would have been very helpful for my spiritual development My favorite quote is, Godly parent are really God focused parents Some define godly parents as those who go to church, have high standards for their children, and strive to teach them to know and obey the Bible If this is true godliness, then This is a great book It is extrmemtly short, but very poinient and necessary to parents and those involved in Christian ministry I know if our youth group classes had had a different focus it would have been very helpful for my spiritual development My favorite quote is, Godly parent are really God focused parents Some define godly parents as those who go to church, have high standards for their children, and strive to teach them to know and obey the Bible If this is true godliness, then if falls short of what youth need and what God desires Children need parents who are dimensionally deeper than the godliness described above They need parents who have an abiding love for the Lord and who know how to magnify His name to their children in such a way that their children do not simply conform to their parents lifestyle, but they fall in love with their parents God Good stuff, but oh, so challenging because it is way easier to deal with the outside than the inside


  4. Penny Penny says:

    Excellent read While intended for teachers and administrators of institutional Christian schools and youth group leaders, there is much that applied to me as a homeschool program administrator too A great reminder that we don t want to present our Lord to our students as only someone who must be obeyed, but as awesome, majestic, and glorious We must be so in love with Him and so passionate about Him that our students WANT to know Him.


  5. Ryan Mcguire Ryan Mcguire says:

    Our staff did this book for a devotional while it did create some good discussions, the book was incoherent at times.Hamrick presupposes that all of God s attributes carry equal weight The problem with this is that you end up with a God who is not love You can t marry the idea that all of God s attributes carrying equal weight with because god is love 1 John 4 8 Or at least, if you do it will be with some incredible leaps of logic.


  6. Melissa Melissa says:

    Our staff used this book as the basis for staff devotions two years ago It puts the focus of Christian school ministry into perspective It reminds us that our purpose is to glorify God and teach a Biblical world view rather than to get side tracked by creating programs for students, although those are important too.


  7. Huntley Cooney Huntley Cooney says:

    This was assigned reading for teachers for this coming school year I thought his points were valid and necessary but the application for teachers of any subject other than Bible was underdeveloped.


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10 thoughts on “The Heart of the Matter

  1. Seth Woodley Seth Woodley says:

    This book offers a shallow and oversimplified look at Christian education It spends very little time on school related matters it isof a guide to God focused youth ministry At the expense of detailed and thoughtful tips detailing what a Christian school could and should be like, it provides platitudinal phrases that make it sound as though every class should be a Bible class every day In so doing, it undervalues the goodness, truth, and beauty that could be revealed in the classroom th This book offers a shallow and oversimplified look at Christian education It spends very little time on school related matters it isof a guide to God focused youth ministry At the expense of detailed and thoughtful tips detailing what a Christian school could and should be like, it provides platitudinal phrases that make it sound as though every class should be a Bible class every day In so doing, it undervalues the goodness, truth, and beauty that could be revealed in the classroom through the learning experience It does not provide ample guidance on how each subject could be used for the glory of God by being taught from a biblical worldview only a paragraph is devoted to that idea Unfortunately, it is this kind of oversimplification that prevents this work from being meaningful or helpful


  2. Christine Meunier Christine Meunier says:

    An aptly named book When our heart is in line with God and on fire for Him, all else will fall into place An interesting read and exploration of scriptures for Christian teachers.


  3. Edy Gies Edy Gies says:

    This is a great book It is extrmemtly short, but very poinient and necessary to parents and those involved in Christian ministry I know if our youth group classes had had a different focus it would have been very helpful for my spiritual development My favorite quote is, Godly parent are really God focused parents Some define godly parents as those who go to church, have high standards for their children, and strive to teach them to know and obey the Bible If this is true godliness, then This is a great book It is extrmemtly short, but very poinient and necessary to parents and those involved in Christian ministry I know if our youth group classes had had a different focus it would have been very helpful for my spiritual development My favorite quote is, Godly parent are really God focused parents Some define godly parents as those who go to church, have high standards for their children, and strive to teach them to know and obey the Bible If this is true godliness, then if falls short of what youth need and what God desires Children need parents who are dimensionally deeper than the godliness described above They need parents who have an abiding love for the Lord and who know how to magnify His name to their children in such a way that their children do not simply conform to their parents lifestyle, but they fall in love with their parents God Good stuff, but oh, so challenging because it is way easier to deal with the outside than the inside


  4. Penny Penny says:

    Excellent read While intended for teachers and administrators of institutional Christian schools and youth group leaders, there is much that applied to me as a homeschool program administrator too A great reminder that we don t want to present our Lord to our students as only someone who must be obeyed, but as awesome, majestic, and glorious We must be so in love with Him and so passionate about Him that our students WANT to know Him.


  5. Ryan Mcguire Ryan Mcguire says:

    Our staff did this book for a devotional while it did create some good discussions, the book was incoherent at times.Hamrick presupposes that all of God s attributes carry equal weight The problem with this is that you end up with a God who is not love You can t marry the idea that all of God s attributes carrying equal weight with because god is love 1 John 4 8 Or at least, if you do it will be with some incredible leaps of logic.


  6. Melissa Melissa says:

    Our staff used this book as the basis for staff devotions two years ago It puts the focus of Christian school ministry into perspective It reminds us that our purpose is to glorify God and teach a Biblical world view rather than to get side tracked by creating programs for students, although those are important too.


  7. Huntley Cooney Huntley Cooney says:

    This was assigned reading for teachers for this coming school year I thought his points were valid and necessary but the application for teachers of any subject other than Bible was underdeveloped.


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