Where and When
Purpose of EATFE
EATFE is the evangelical caucus of the Association of Theological Field Education (ATFE). EATFE meets biannually for the purpose of professional development and collegial support. Members often remain in contact with each other for mutual encouragement, resourcing, and accountability. Professional papers are presented by members at the biannual conferences on topics relevant to theological field education. Facilitated discussions explore various issues related to the formation, development, and placement of students preparing for Christian vocational ministry. The meetings are designed for both those new to theological field education and those serving as a life career. The Evangelical Association of Theological Field Educators invites and encourages you to share the joy of partnership and friendship with faithful and gifted colleagues.
Location of 2014 EATFE Sessions
This information will become available in May of 2013.
Call for Papers and Presentations
The value of our meetings is in large part a result of our willingness as EATFE members to prepare and present seminars and other presentations. Papers can be formal research into a facet of field education, reports of programs or methods that have worked for you, sharing of evaluation methods or forms, an idea you want to explore through a guided discussion panel, and so forth. For those of you on a tenure track, we want to help you deliver a paper that your administration will value. If you are interested in being a presenter at the meeting or if you have a suggestion, please contact Dipa Hart, firstname.lastname@example.org.