Jurnal Pendidikan Agama Kristen (JUPAK)

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ISSN / EISSN : 2774-6399 / 2774-3861
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Andreas Sese Sunarko
Jurnal Pendidikan Agama Kristen (JUPAK), Volume 2, pp 79-93; https://doi.org/10.52489/jupak.v2i1.15

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The family is an institution of God Himself (Genesis 2:18-25) aside from the church (Matthew 16:18) obtaining a glorious mandate through God's family to want the birth of Divine offspring (Malachi 2:15), which is a God-fearing and living in its prescribed streets. To achieve the above goal, a Christian Religious Education of faith became something very important. But unfortunately there are Christian families who are unaware of this and are shifting this glorious mandate to the church through sunday school teachers or transferring it to school (through Christian religious teachers). The writer assesses this distraction on the one hand as a parent's misunderstanding of the mandate or on the other hand because of the parents' inability to handle it. The method the writer uses is a descriptive qualitative with a library approach. The writer tapped relevant resources from the bible, books and journals. Starting with a general understanding and juridis about the family, the Biblical basis of the family and its calling, the family's responsibility for Christian Religious Education and the danger of displacing the function of Christisn Religious Education on the third hand and the writer will eventually conclude that it is important to restore the family's function as a base of Christian Religious Education as well as to accord with scriptural values to be so effective in reaching the goal of bearing Divine offspring.
Reni Triposa, Yonatan Alex Arifianto, Yudi Hendrilia
Jurnal Pendidikan Agama Kristen (JUPAK), Volume 2, pp 109-126; https://doi.org/10.52489/jupak.v2i1.24

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The state of the age and its development so rapidly influencing the world become a challenge for students and especially teachers in giving roles and tasks to education especially Christian education. But the role of the teacher in writing that uses library research with a qualitative descriptive approach is expected to improve human resources and bring students to grow in spirituality and character that can build a nation through a person who is strong in relying on God. The Role of Teachers Christian religious education as a role model in enhancing the spirituality and character of learners must be a priority in learning as a form of implying affective values. Teachers as role models in improving the spirituality and character of students, the teacher in this study was asked to have the first responsibility in carrying out the tasks, roles and responsibilities of teachers of Christian religious education. Then the teacher must realize that the Christian Religious Education teacher is an exemplary leader. And then the Master works closely with the church and family to bring about an increase in spirituality and character. And finally the Master must be led by the Holy Spirit.
Novita Loma Sahertian, David Ming, Hestyn Natal Istinatun,
Jurnal Pendidikan Agama Kristen (JUPAK), Volume 2, pp 143-165; https://doi.org/10.52489/jupak.v2i1.26

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This study intends to apply a learning model including: development of a syllabus and a Learning Implementation Plan (RPP) cooperative type time token type in PAK and Character In Class VIII, the material of Allah loves the world. The method used in this research was the descriptive qualitative research method. Data were collected through observation, interview, and literature study and analyzed in-depth and described descriptively. The action hypothesis is a temporary answer in the form of action on the formulation of the problems set out in this classroom action research which is: student learning outcomes will increase "can be accepted. Based on the results of the implementation of classroom action research with the title implementation of the Jerrold E camp learning model in Christian education (PAK) and Character subjects in junior high schools, especially in Hauru Christian Middle School in class VIII which lasted for 2 research cycles, it can be concluded: Christian Education (PAK) and Character work effectively, so student learning outcomes will increase.
Yakub Hendrawan Perangin Angin, Tri Astuti Yeniretnowati
Jurnal Pendidikan Agama Kristen (JUPAK), Volume 2, pp 127-142; https://doi.org/10.52489/jupak.v2i1.18

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Conflict arises in every marriage. It is a part of life that naturally occurs in every household, anywhere, including Christian marriages, even though they are blessed in the church, they are not immune to conflict free. Controlling conflict has an impact on whether the husband and wife relationship is strong in Christian marriages, so knowing the sources of triggers or causes of conflict in a Christian marriage family is very important so that we can anticipate and take conflict resolution in appropriate ways. The method in writing this journal is carried out by analyzing relevant sources from books and research literature, so that application suggestions are obtained for increasing the stronger relationship between husband and wife because they can control conflict well. Husband and wife need to put the reconciliation process that Allah created for the husband and wife relationship to be applied in all marital relations that are disturbed or even damaged.
Esra Sitanggang
Jurnal Pendidikan Agama Kristen (JUPAK), Volume 1, pp 21-37; https://doi.org/10.52489/jupak.v1i1.4

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The purpose of this study is to determine the level of implementation of the teaching of the Apostle Paul about the Advice to Live Together and Humble Yourself Like Christ Based on Philippians 2: 1-30 Among Pastors of the GPdI Council in Central Java. At the same time, the dominant dimensions and backgrounds determine the implementation of the Apostle Paul's Teaching among the Pastors of the GPdI Council in Central Java. The methodology used in this study is a quantitative method using a questionnaire and literature review. The literature contains the exegesis of Bible verses from Philippians 2: 1 - 30 which are contained in the dimension of advice to live together which is described in 9 supporting indicators and the dimension of advice to humble oneself like Christ which is explained in 8 supporting indicators. The results of this study indicate that: 1. The level of implementation of the Apostle Paul's Teaching on the Advice to Live One and Humble Yourself Like Christ Based on Philippians 2: 1-30 Among the Pastors of the GPdI Council in Central Java is in the high category; 2. The dominant dimension is to humble oneself like Christ (D2) and the dominant background is the number of congregations.
Hardi Budiyana
Jurnal Pendidikan Agama Kristen (JUPAK), Volume 1, pp 68-78; https://doi.org/10.52489/jupak.v1i1.9

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Christian education is a teaching and learning process that is based on the Bible, is moved by the Holy Spirit, and is Christocentric. One of the formal Christian education is manifested in Christian schools. Christian education in Christian schools is certainly different from education in schools in general. The Christian education, which is Christian and based on the Bible, is what distinguishes Christian schools from schools in general. Through a descriptive qualitative approach, the writer wants to describe the purpose of the role of educational psychology in Christian education. Where Christian education is to equip students in science, character and attitudes according to the Bible, but Christian education in schools also aims to bring students to become disciples of the Lord Jesus, where students are brought to meet personally with the Lord Jesus who is the only one. Lord and Savior, and experience His likeness. In carrying out Christian education in Christian schools, various disciplines are needed, including psychology. Psychology is the science of psychology that studies the unobservable inner state and observable outer state. Psychological principles that do not contradict the Bible are God's general revelations and can be used in Christian education in Christian schools. In terms of vision and mission in Christian schools, psychology can help to formulate a vision and mission that is biblical and responds to the needs of the times. In terms of the curriculum in Christian schools, psychology can help to discover new subjects and integrate all subjects with the Bible. In the case of teachers in Christian schools, psychology can aid in teacher recruitment, training, and evaluation. In the case of students in Christian schools, psychology helps to map out the uniqueness of each student and approach students personally. In terms of facilities in Christian schools, psychology helps to provide educational and innovative play tools according to the Bible
Paulus Kunto Baskoro
Jurnal Pendidikan Agama Kristen (JUPAK), Volume 1, pp 47-67; https://doi.org/10.52489/jupak.v1i1.6

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Building a family, church, educational institution or business world cannot be separated from the concept of an education. Education is an important reference in seeing, directing and bringing about a very significant and maximum change. By using descriptive descriptive method, through the literature study approach, research can describe the journey of education in a person, family, educational institution, church or business world, which cannot be separated from the psychological element which is the basis for further understanding. This is because there are many people who have not taken Christian education seriously in the family, work environment, even in churches with a clear curriculum. In the context of this discussion, education is focused on Christian education. It is very necessary to build a strong psychological foundation in Christian education, so that it can be used as a reference in building an ideal and maximum Christian education. The principles in this presentation will formulate some of the psychological foundations which are the foundation of Christian education. Because Christian education is very important in building a wholeness of view that is in accordance with the truth of God's Word and the character of Christ.
Mesirawati Waruwu, Yonatan Alex Arifianto, Aji Suseno
Jurnal Pendidikan Agama Kristen (JUPAK), Volume 1, pp 38-46; https://doi.org/10.52489/jupak.v1i1.5

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The limitless development of social media, its meaning and function have begun to shift, no longer as a means of establishing relationships, communication, but at the stage of losing the role of ethics and morals, even disputes have occurred triggered by debates from communicating in social media. The purpose of this study is to describe the role of Christian ethics education in relation to the impact of social media development in the era of disruption. Using descriptive qualitative methods with literature literature can find solutions for believers in facing moral decadence due to social media abuse by knowing the era of disruption and ethical challenges from the wrong use of social media can affect moral decadence so that Christian ethics education on a biblical basis can bring modern humans. Believers in particular have become bright in social media and their use in accordance with Christian faith in this era of disruption.
Thomas Prajnamitra, Hana Suparti, Sri Wahyuni, Paulus Sentot Purwoko
Jurnal Pendidikan Agama Kristen (JUPAK), Volume 1, pp 1-20; https://doi.org/10.52489/jupak.v1i1.7

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This article is the result of a dissertation research which begins with an explanation of the Apostle Paul's Advice on Full Maturity based on the Book of Ephesians 4: 1 - 32 considering that Christian elementary school Christian education teachers in the city of Surakarta are indeed required to have full maturity because based on an initial survey questionnaire distributed to 25 elementary school Christian religious education teachers randomly in 5 sub-districts in Surakarta gave an indication that there are still elementary school Christian Religious Education teachers in Surakarta who have not been able to be role models for their students in showing the maturity of a teacher. The methodology used in this study is a quantitative method using a questionnaire and literature review. The results showed the level of implementation of the Apostle Paul's Advice on Full Maturity based on the Book of Ephesians 4: 1 - 32 in the medium category, the dominant dimension was growing in all things towards Christ (D3), and the dominant background was the length of time he was a teacher (L4).
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