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During the past few years, this writer has become interested in studying in the area of Christian Education. This study has brought about a keen awareness of certain practical problems pertaining to such education in general, as well as awareness to specific needs in the Sunday school as it exists today. The Sunday school has always been staffed with willing workers who are aware of the importance of this organization in the total program of the church. These willing workers have done what they find they are able to do, and God has blessed them for their efforts. It is quite evident, however, that an adequately trained staff in any organization will enable that organization to be more effective in carrying out its work. There is, therefore, a very apparent need in the church today that provision be made for a practical program of training that will assist the workers in the task which they have accepted.
Keller, Delbert M., "The Pastor's Responsibility in Training the Sunday School Superintendent" (1960). Western Evangelical Seminary Theses. 405.