The Journal of Faith, Education, and Community (JFEC) publishes peer-reviewed 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. Guidelines for manuscript development are provided below. Manuscripts and inquiries should be sent to the Editors, Dr. Osaro E. Airen, at firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. Jose Carbajal at email@example.com.
Please see About This Journal for more information.
Current Issue: Volume 5, Issue 1 (2021) The Tipping Point: A Faith PerspectiveThe Journal of Faith Education, and Community’s (JFEC) Special Issue entitled, "The Tipping Point: A Faith Perspective," features articles written from a first-person point of view and faith perspective. The articles focus on the authors’ feelings, emotions, and/or experiences surrounding critical and impactful diversity-related events (i.e. the horrific death of George Floyd, protests for equity and the eradication of hate, etc.).
Special Issue Editors
- Dr. Osaro E. Airen, Co-Editor
- Dr. Lakia M. Scott, Associate Editor
- Dr. Gwendolyn C. Webb, Guest Editor
- Dr. Norvella P. Carter, Guest Editor
- Dr. Patricia J. Larke, Guest Editor
- Dr. General C. Johnson, Guest Editor