The Secret Kingdom for Educators

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2011-03-21
  • Publisher: Pearson Learning Solutions

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Educators with a Christian world-view know that when they pray, they can achieve educational results well beyond their expectations. This empowering, Christian faith-based book is written to help all teachers and education leaders exceed their expectations and change lives, using God's laws to deal with the problems in today's schools. Whether working in public, private, or home schools, this book shows readers how to tap into the Secret Kingdom and use faith to improve any educational setting.   All of the contributors to this book are faculty members at the Regent University School of Education in Virginia Beach, Virginia, founded by Dr. Pat Robertson. They are unified in their core Christian beliefs but offer viewpoints from a diverse array of cultures, experiences, and educational orientations. The Secret Kingdom for Educatorsis a rich collection of unique perspectives that is sure to illuminate just how powerfully the spiritual realm affects the visible world.

Author Biography

M. G. "Pat" Robertson

M. G. "Pat" Robertson founded Regent University in Virginia Beach, Virginia in 1977. He currently serves as the university’s president and chancellor. Dr. Robertson has achieved national and international recognition as a religious broadcaster, philanthropist, educator, religious leader, businessman, and author.  He is the founder and chairman of The Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) Inc. and founder of International Family Entertainment Inc., Operation Blessing International Relief and Development Corporation, American Center for Law and Justice, The Flying Hospital, Inc., and several other organizations and broadcast entities.


Alan A. Arroyo, B.S.Ed., M.Ed., Ed.D., Dean

Dr. Alan A. Arroyo is currently dean and professor in the School of Education at Regent University. Recently, Dr. Arroyo was co-director for a project funded by the U.S Department of Education to train educators on how to teach character in public schools. He has co-authored many professional publications ranging in topic from dealing with school discipline issues to meeting the needs of students with disabilities. His current research interests are in the areas of leadership, character education, and building resilience in youth.  Before coming to Regent University, Dr. Arroyo was a teacher and administrator in public schools, specializing in Special and Alternative Education.         



Hope Jordan, B.S., M.Ed., Ed.S., Ph.D., Professor

Dr. Hope Jordan is currently a professor and Department Chair in the School of Education at Regent University. Dr. Jordan also directs the K-12 Special Education Program, the Reading Specialist Program, the Autism Certificate Program, and co-directs the program for the Ed.S. in Leadership with an Emphasis in Special Education.

Dr. Jordan has more than 30 years experience in the field of education.  Her background in the K-12 setting as a special and general educator both in the United States and abroad provides practical expertise in her professor and consultant roles. She has presented at numerous conferences and has authored and co-authored many articles and books. Her areas of expertise include teacher and leader preparation, general and special education, leadership, women in leadership, global education and leadership, and school improvement. Some of her current research interests include teacher and leader preparation, students with special needs, and international education issues.

Table of Contents

Forewordp. 5
Introductionp. 7
The Two Domains
The Downturn of American Educationp. 15
Tapping Into the Power of God's Invisible Worldp. 35
The Frameworkp. 42
Laws of the Secret Kingdom for Educators
'DO'-Applying the six natural, sacred-secular laws
The Law of Usep. 57
The Law of Reciprocityp. 77
The Law of Perseverancep. 83
The Law of Fidelityp. 98
The Law of Unityp. 108
The Law of Changep. 122
'BE'-Becoming transformed inwardly as in individual
The Law of Greatnessp. 135
The Law of Responsibilityp. 145
'SPEAK'-Verbalizing the authority that God has given you
The Law of Miraclesp. 157
The Law of Dominionp. 168
How Educators Should Live and Practice
Specific Applications for Teachersp. 177
The Beatitude Journey-Personal Applications for Christian Educatorsp. 223
Multiple Intelligences and Learning Styles Inventoriesp. 242
Understanding Reciprocal Relationshipsp. 245
Qualities of Industriousnessp. 247
A Culture of Unityp. 249
Fidelity Self-Assessmentp. 250
Embracing Change Inventoryp. 253
Assessment of Caring Teacher Behaviorsp. 255
Responsibility for 21st Century Instructional Proficiencyp. 257
Innovations for Successp. 259
Moral Authority Case Studyp. 262
Post Assessment: Ten Professional Standards for Practicing the Secret Kingdom Principlesp. 264
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