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  1. GLO 1: CHRISTIAN FAITH & EDUCATION Brad Alles Concordia University WI School of Ed. brad.alles@cuw.edu

  2. Degrees BS in Education (Concordia Nebraska) MA in Christian Education (Concordia Chicago) Doctoral student at Concordia Portland

  3. Career Concordia Lutheran HS (Tomball, TX)—3 years Milwaukee Lutheran HS (Milwaukee, WI)—25 years Concordia University Wisconsin (Mequon, WI)—4 years

  4. Awards Outstanding Student Teacher (Concordia Nebraska) Heartland Teacher of Merit (Milwaukee Lutheran HS) Teacher of the Year (South Wisconsin District) Master Educator Award (Concordia Wisconsin)

  5. Books

  6. Also available in Spanish!

  7. Books

  8. Video

  9. Website: bradalles.com

  10. George Barna “The vast majority of Christians do not behave differently because they do not think differently, and they do not think differently because we have not trained them, equipped them, or held them accountable to do so.” (George Barna, The Second Coming of the Church)

  11. Sig Zielke After examining all Lutheran schools in 1 state: “Lutheran education is mediocre secular education at best with a glaze of Jesus…This is not a judgment on the teacher. It is an impression of education within a system.” (Sig Zielke, Teaching Millennial Teens presentation)

  12. Global Learning Outcome 1: Christian Faith Our graduates are grounded in the Christian faith while also recognizing other major worldviews and how they differ from a Christian understanding of the world.

  13. A spiritually dead person— body & soul

  14. A spiritually dead person— body & soul 1. “Do not be afraid of those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul. Rather, be afraid of the One who can destroy both soul and body in hell.” (Mt 10:28)

  15. A spiritually dead person— body & soul 2. But because of his great love for us, God, who is rich in mercy, made us alive Christ even when we were dead in transgressions—it is by grace you have been saved. (Ep 2:4-5)

  16. A spiritually alive person— body, soul, & spirit

  17. A spiritually alive person— body, soul, & spirit 1. “Flesh gives birth to flesh, but the Spirit gives birth to spirit.” (Jn 3:6)

  18. A spiritually alive person— body, soul, & spirit 2. May God himself, the God of peace, sanctify you through and through. May your whole spirit, soul and body be kept blameless at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ. (1 Th 5:23)

  19. What is integrating the faith? Helping make connections between student’s faith & world

  20. What is integrating the faith? - These commandments that I give you today are to be upon your hearts. Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road,

  21. What is integrating the faith? when you lie down and when you get up. Tie them as symbols on your hands and bind them on your foreheads. Write them on the doorframes of your houses and on your gates. (Dt 6:6-9)

  22. Why integrate the faith? Spirit gives life through Word

  23. Why integrate the faith? - “The Spirit gives life; the flesh counts for nothing. The words I have spoken to you are spirit and they are life.” (Jn 6:63)

  24. Where to integrate the faith 1. Your life

  25. Where to integrate the faith - And whatever you do, whether in word or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.(Co 3:17)

  26. Where to integrate the faith - Organizing classroom setting, policies, and interactions so that your faith is evident. Your words, actions, and attitudes show Christ in you with or without students present.

  27. Where to integrate the faith 2. Yourday--carpe diem

  28. Where to integrate the faith - Be very careful, then, how you live—not as unwise but as wise, making the most of every opportunity, because the days are evil. (Ep 5:15-16)

  29. Where to integrate the faith - Taking advantage of unexpected circumstances to explore faith-related issues. Since these “teachable moments” are not rehearsed, students see that your faith helps you make sense of or respond to your world.

  30. Where to integrate the faith 3. Your instruction

  31. Where to integrate the faith - We proclaim him, admonishing and teaching everyone with all wisdom, so that we may present everyone perfect in Christ. To this end I labor, struggling with all his energy, which so powerfully works in me. (Co 1:28-29)

  32. Where to integrate the faith - Prepared ahead of time so students see intersections between God and your subject matter. Although the number of opportunities to make connections varies from one subject to another, students should come to see that there are connections.

  33. Worldview 1. Truth claims that explain world & reality, like a map

  34. Worldview 2. “Map” covers an AREA: Assumption Reality Ethic Answers

  35. Assumption Either God exists or He does not

  36. Reality Realms of the supernatural & natural exist, or nature (matter) is all that exists

  37. Ethics Either God or man determines standards of behavior in situations

  38. Answers Basic questions need to be answered: Humans Origin Purpose Evil Destiny

  39. Importance of understanding worldview “maps” Christianity is only worldview accounting for experiences we all share

  40. Importance of understanding worldview “maps” Christianity is only worldview accounting for experiences we all share

  41. Importance of understanding worldview “maps” - Opening for Word—show conflict of what people believe but know experientially

  42. Christian worldview & subjects 1. Theology (study of God): Theism (Trinity—1 God, 3 Persons)

  43. Christian worldview & subjects - God reveals Himself by creation & Bible (natural & revealed knowledge)

  44. Christian worldview & subjects - God created man; man sinned; salvation by grace through faith in Jesus

  45. Christian worldview & subjects 2. Philosophy (studying reality & meaning of life): Supernaturalism (Faith & Reason)

  46. Christian worldview & subjects - Supernatural (God) created natural world, known by science & Bible

  47. Christian worldview & subjects 3. Ethics (standards of behavior): Moral Absolutes

  48. Christian worldview & subjects - Standards of right & wrong, grounded in God’s holy character

  49. Christian worldview & subjects 4. Biology (study of life): Creationism

  50. Christian worldview & subjects 5. Psychology (study of mind): Fallen Dualism (body & soul/mind)