"A must-read for any educator . . . and . . . an excellent blueprint for the future."
-Joe Haas, Ed.D., Executive Director,
North Carolina Christian School Association
The local Christian school must become the site for transforming the movement into one that focuses upon student learning and a clear delineation of student goals. In A Scent of Water, the authors examine schools as social and cultural systems that must be understood.
A Scent of Water describes the type of leadership that must characterize the movement and proposes an active, vibrant, and collaborative role for classroom teachers, working with building principals who see themselves as capacity builders, building strength and knowledge within the teaching staff to bring a scent of water that will revitalize and transform the movement.
A Scent of Water is a message of hope for the Christian school movement, a movement that currently lacks vision, struggles with enrollment declines and battles budget limitations. This message derives from scriptural truth and the findings of empirical research and recommends a means for restoring a vision for the ministry.