Inventory of Continuing Education Interests
As a preliminary exercise in identifying where you might most fruitfully begin to pursue further knowledge and experience in Christian living, you are invited to complete the following chart. Because it is designed for use in a variety of situations, it can only have rather general parameters.
Be as specific as you can about your own needs and interests as you fill it in. If necessary, add your own categories at the bottom of the list.
Tick any area which applies to you, and write next to it your particular interest in continuing education for Christian living, and where you believe you might find resources to help meet that interest. You may need to distinguish between ‘knowledge about’, and ‘skills or abilities’ in some of the areas. Finally, it may be necessary to refer to your trainer for details of courses, libraries, retreat centers, coaches or counselors.
A. AREA OF INTEREST NATURE AND LOCATION OF RESOURCES-EDUCATION
2. Biblical studies
3. Church history
5. Christianity and society
6. Religious education
7. Prayer and meditation
8. Spiritual guidance
9. Marriage and family
10. Conflict management
11. Stress/burnout management
12. Simplifying life-style
* If you have filled in more than three or four of the above areas, consider which items currently have highest priority for you. Write in here your intentions about pursuing further education in these areas of living:
B. PRIORITY AREAS WHO TO CONTACT MY OBJECTIVES DATE TO BEGIN
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