In this issue, Tatiana Cevallos describes her journey from Ecuador to the United States and her journey of faith development and how those journeys influence her work as a teacher educator at a Christian Institution of Higher Education (IHE). Geoff Beech explores the intersection of Christian belief with secular constructs and philosophies, examining how Christian teacher educators navigate these intersections with confidence and grace. Marion Shields and David Bolton report the findings of a five-year study, revealing the attitudes of teacher candidates at an Australian Christian IHE toward students with disabilities. In addition to these three pieces, our editorial team asked two authors of past essays that have been well received by our readership over the years to provide an update to their original essays. Nyaradzo Mvududu examines the command of Jesus that we love others and what the implications are for working with a culturally diverse student population. David Anderson examines the notion of servant leadership from a Christian point of view.
Headley, S. (2019). Letter from the Editor. International Christian Community of Teacher Educators Journal, 14(1).