Publications

The Adventures of Spunky and Dunky and Buddy Bear. Outskirts Press: Parker, Colorado, 2014.

Heart Deep Teaching. B&H Publishing: Nashville, TN, 2012.

“Family Matters, Building Disciples Through Family-based Children’s and Youth Ministry,” in Bridge, Summer 2010.

“Drop-Off Kids, Love’Em or Lose ‘Em, in Children’s Ministry, July/August, 2005.

“Ministering to Unchurched, Urban, At-Risk Children,” in Children’s Spirituality, Edited by Don Radcliff. Wipf and Stock Publishers:Eugene, OR, 2004.

“Ministering to Unchurched, Urban, At-Risk Children,” in Lutheran Education Journal, Spring, 2004.

Growing Toward Spiritual Maturity. Crossway Books: Wheaton, IL, 2004.

“The Holy Spirit in the Educational Process” in Introducing Christian Education , edited by Michael Anthony. Baker Books: Grand Rapids, MI, 2001.

“Aids,” “The Holy Spirit,” “Grouping and Grading,” “Liberal Arts,” “Sunday School,” “Nonformal Education,” “Leadership” and “Philosophy of Christian Education” in Evangelical Dictionary of Christian Education edited by Michael Anthony. Baker Books: Grand Rapids, MI, 2001.

Growing Toward Spiritual Maturity Training Video, Evangelical Training Association: Wheaton, IL, 2001.

Growing Toward Spiritual Maturity-Instructor’s Guide. Evangelical Training Association: Wheaton, IL, 1999.

Growing Toward Spiritual Maturity. Evangelical Training Association: Wheaton, IL, 1999.

“Small Groups in an Intergenerational Context.” New Directions for Small Group Ministry. Vital Ministry Books: Loveland, CO, 1999, pp. 57-70.

“Helping Youth Connect with the Bible,” The Christian Leader. September, 1997, pp. 12, 13.

“8 Reasons to Reconsider Seminary,” Renew. November/December 1996, pp. 49-51.

Review of Ephesians: Power and Magic, by Clinton Arnold. Evangelical Missions Quarterly 29 (1993): 452-53.

“The Battle In Our Own Backyards.” Taylor Magazine 28 Summer 1991: 15-16.

“The Motivation of the Saints and the Interpersonal Competencies of Their Leaders.” Christian Education Journal. Spring 1990.

“Working with Church Volunteers,” Sunday School Sourcebook. David C. Cook Publishing company: Elgin, IL, 1989, pp. 24-26.

“Establishing a Godly Lifestyle,” and “Developing Interpersonal Skills in Relationships.” Growing Toward Spiritual Maturity, Evangelical Teacher Training Association: Wheaton, IL, 1988.

“The Right Stuff for Youth.” Curriculum ’84, Evangelical Ministries Inc.: Philadelphia, pp. 16-17.

“Off the Streets.” The Bible Newsletter, Vol. 2, No. 6, Evangelical Ministries Inc.: Philadelphia, June 1982, p. 7.

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3 responses to “Publications

  1. Mary Kay Boberg

    Dr. Newton, My son recently enjoyed your teaching at Camp JIM in Pillager, MN. He LOVED your teaching and stories and said you “made the week.” But he mentioned some characters named Spunky and Dunky (?) and said you’d written some stories about these characters. is this the case? we’d like to read them. Thank you.

    Mary Kay Boberg
    Nisswa, MN

    • Heartdeepteaching.com

      Mary Kay, My book was just published and can be ordered on Amazon-The Adventures of Spunky and Dunky and Buddy Bear: Rescued at Last
      I hope your son enjoys the book! Let me know what you think about it.
      Gary Newton

  2. Gary, I can hardly overestimate the importance of articles and research like yours in “The Motivation of the Saints” (CEJ).
    I see it everywhere I do ministry (Peru, Germany, US), that motivation to do ministry (paid and unpaid) is often low, and “growing” lower yet. From the rising frustration about that, I have been working on bringing biblical perspectives and various motivational theories together into an integrated model of worker motivation.
    Thanks for your work. I’ve been showing this article or its results to several colleagues already.
    I pray that you will see through your ministry that Christians get motivated to serve Jesus, energized by the Spirit.
    Matthias

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