The Journal of Faith Education, and Community (JFEC) publishes articles related to the role of faith communities in personal and public well-being. The audience for the journal is made up of individuals and organizations who are interested in advancing research, learning, and practices influenced by faith in the community. Articles should promote good research, education, service, and leadership in promoting the role of faith communities in personal and public well-being.
The following list describes some (not necessarily all) topics that might be considered: Traumatic events, physical or mental illness, race/ethnicity, gender issues, education, law enforcement, aging issues, poverty, substance abuse.
The Journal of Faith, Education, and Community is published annually. The editorial office is located at the James I. Perkins College of Education, Department of Elementary Education, PO Box 13017 SFA Station, Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, TX 75962-3019. Guidelines for manuscript development are provided below. Manuscripts and inquiries should be sent to the Editor, Dr. D. Michelle Williams, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Current Issue: Volume 1, Issue 2 (2016) Special EditionThis is a special edition of the Journal of Faith, Education, and Community which examines the ways membership in faith communities and spiritual belief systems play into our professional practices as educators and illuminates how the shifting wholeness of our beings can intersect with our work
Religion in Schools? The Importance of Recognizing the Impact of Religious Experiences
Kimberly K. Ilosvay EdD
Amazing Grace, How Sweet the Sound: A Journey in Four Verses
Anita L. Bright