Randy Litchfield

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

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).