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A Systems Approach to Child Protection

2011
World Vision is committed to protecting children from abuse, neglect, exploitation and other forms of violence. This paper explains World Vision’s understanding of a systems approach to child protection, its concept of a child protection system and key implications for programming. PDF: 1.3 Mb
by World Vision
Views: 1675

Living the Story, Issue 12: God's Power in Weakness

2006
Living the Story awakens kids' mental, physical, social, spiritual and artistic faculties in fun ways while inviting them into the big Story (and all the little stories) of God's love and interaction with his creation. Readers of Living the Story meet the God who loves them and learn to see him at work around and through them.
by Biblica
Views: 1521

Living the Story, Issue 11: God's Power in Small Things

2006
Living the Story awakens kids' mental, physical, social, spiritual and artistic faculties in fun ways while inviting them into the big Story (and all the little stories) of God's love and interaction with his creation. Readers of Living the Story meet the God who loves them and learn to see him at work around and through them.
by Biblica
Views: 1542

Living the Story, Issue 10: God's Power through a Few

2006
Living the Story awakens kids' mental, physical, social, spiritual and artistic faculties in fun ways while inviting them into the big Story (and all the little stories) of God's love and interaction with his creation. Readers of Living the Story meet the God who loves them and learn to see him at work around and through them.
by Biblica
Views: 1891

Living the Story, Issue 9: God's Power to Change a Community

2006
Living the Story awakens kids' mental, physical, social, spiritual and artistic faculties in fun ways while inviting them into the big Story (and all the little stories) of God's love and interaction with his creation. Readers of Living the Story meet the God who loves them and learn to see him at work around and through them.
by Biblica
Views: 1508

Living the Story, Issue 8: God's Power to Change People

2006
Living the Story awakens kids' mental, physical, social, spiritual and artistic faculties in fun ways while inviting them into the big Story (and all the little stories) of God's love and interaction with his creation. Readers of Living the Story meet the God who loves them and learn to see him at work around and through them.
by Biblica
Views: 1507

Living the Story, Issue 7: God's Power to Change Events

2006
Living the Story awakens kids' mental, physical, social, spiritual and artistic faculties in fun ways while inviting them into the big Story (and all the little stories) of God's love and interaction with his creation. Readers of Living the Story meet the God who loves them and learn to see him at work around and through them.
by Biblica
Views: 1467

Living the Story, Issue 6: God's Power to Protect

2006
Living the Story awakens kids' mental, physical, social, spiritual and artistic faculties in fun ways while inviting them into the big Story (and all the little stories) of God's love and interaction with his creation. Readers of Living the Story meet the God who loves them and learn to see him at work around and through them.
by Biblica
Views: 1549

Living the Story, Issue 5: God's Power to Provide

2006
Living the Story awakens kids' mental, physical, social, spiritual and artistic faculties in fun ways while inviting them into the big Story (and all the little stories) of God's love and interaction with his creation. Readers of Living the Story meet the God who loves them and learn to see him at work around and through them.
by Biblica
Views: 1478

Living the Story, Issue 4: God's Power to Provide

2006
Living the Story awakens kids' mental, physical, social, spiritual and artistic faculties in fun ways while inviting them into the big Story (and all the little stories) of God's love and interaction with his creation. Readers of Living the Story meet the God who loves them and learn to see him at work around and through them.
by Biblica
Views: 1528

Living the Story, Issue 3: God's Power to Heal

2006
Living the Story awakens kids' mental, physical, social, spiritual and artistic faculties in fun ways while inviting them into the big Story (and all the little stories) of God's love and interaction with his creation. Readers of Living the Story meet the God who loves them and learn to see him at work around and through them.
by Biblica
Views: 1509

Living the Story, Issue 2: God's Power to Protect

2006
Living the Story awakens kids' mental, physical, social, spiritual and artistic faculties in fun ways while inviting them into the big Story (and all the little stories) of God's love and interaction with his creation. Readers of Living the Story meet the God who loves them and learn to see him at work around and through them.
by Biblica
Views: 1540

Living the Story, Issue 1: God's Power to Create

2006
Living the Story awakens kids' mental, physical, social, spiritual and artistic faculties in fun ways while inviting them into the big Story (and all the little stories) of God's love and interaction with his creation. Readers of Living the Story meet the God who loves them and learn to see him at work around and through them.
by Biblica
Views: 1688

La Fe Cristiana y la Educación

1997
by EurECA
Views: 2217

Hope for London

July 2003
Hope for London reports on dramatic transformation in ordinary, everyday communities in London and beyond. At the heart of these initiatives and many others are Christians committed to prayer and a practical expression of God’s love through their lives and work. Although London’s bad news makes the news, that’s not the whole picture. There are extraordinary stories of hope to be found too, in the capital and in cities around the UK. Hope for London is an introduction to what can happen when Christians pray for their neighbours and communities, and act on those prayers, to address the challenge of crime in their part of the city. Included are models from outside London which can be replicated in the capital.
by John Sutherland
Views: 1684

Excluded But Not Rejected

1999
‘Excluded But Not Rejected’ is a partnership between CARE for Education and the Youth and Children’s Unit of the Evangelical Alliance, in association with the Senior Volunteer Network.
by Jenny Baker, John Hallett and Grahame Knox
Views: 1559

¿Qué es “tú qué crees”? 1


by Comisión de Educación de la Alianza Evangélica Española
Views: 2557

Physical Discipline of Children by Parents

1996
This position paper on corporal discipline outlines international, federal and provincial law relating to parental responsibilities, the protection of children, and physical discipline. It discusses Section 43 of the Criminal Code, which allows reasonable physical discipline by parents. The EFC believes that repealing Section 43 and removing a parent's ability to use physical discipline in a reasonable and appropriate way would be an unwarranted intrusion into family life. Physical Discipline of Children by Parents gives an overview of the issue of corporal discipline, including the relevant legal provisions and the need for family autonomy.
by EFC Social Action Commission
Views: 1717

Character Formation: A Forgotten Theme of Comenius‘s Didactics

2011
The goal of this brief study is to present Comenius’s notion of character formation as it is outlined primarily in his didactic writings, and to show its relevance for contemporary practice in relation to moral education. Jan Amos Comenius was a Czech 17th century Brethren bishop, philosopher and educator who is celebrated especially for his timeless didactic principles, which earned him the epithet “the teacher of nations.” The sub-goal of this paper is to explain why Comenius’s concept of moral education has been neglected in Czech modern Comeniological research biased by communist ideology.
by Jan Hábl
Views: 2196

Sabbath, Work, and the Quest for Meaning

2011
by Thomas K. Johnson
Views: 2305
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