Randy Litchfield

Professor in the Browning Chair of Christian Education
Randy Litchfield
740-362-3482
Werner Hall 117

Curriculum vitae

Education

Ph.D., School of Theology at Claremont, 1991
M.R.E., Anderson University School of Theology, 1987
B.S., General Motors Institute, 1981

Areas of expertise

Religious education; faith development; group work; educational technology; inclusive education; postmodern aspects of theology and culture; congregational cultures; environmental sustainability, and peace and justice education.

Selected published works

Roots and Routes: Calling, Ministry, and the Power of Place. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 2019.

“Prayer for New Tools” and “A Prayer for Placemaking,” in United Against Racism: Churches for Change (a National Council of Churches project). New York: Friendship Press, 2018.

“Robert Browning,” in Christian Educators of the 20th Century Project, a Lilly Endowment funded, peer-reviewed web-based database providing biographical and bibliographical information on formative figures in Christian Education (posted at www.talbot.edu/ce20).

“Research for a Movement,” Religious Education. Volume 101, Number 2, Spring 2006, pp. 162-165(4).

“Allen Moore,” in Christian Educators of the 20th Century Project, a Lilly Endowment funded, peer-reviewed web-based database providing biographical and bibliographical information on formative figures in Christian Education (posted in 2006 at www.talbot.edu/ce20).