English. It is the lingua franca of the Internet, business, travel, and science. It is also a key component of TeachBeyond’s strategy of transformational education. Native English speakers are in demand in many countries. As one of our members observes, “My teammates and I have had the opportunity to build relationships with high-schoolers and college […]
If I asked, “How does your faith inform the work you do as an educator?” how would you answer? It’s a question I asked one of our special needs teachers when I visited Southeast Asia. Without hesitation she replied, “My faith informs my worldview, but the thing that I am learning is that my work […]
God was faithful and 29 people came to know Jesus. Lives were healed and people received not only physical nourishment, but also spiritual nourishment.
The TeachBeyond Center in Kandern is offering a “Basic Computer Training” class for refugees to give them job skills they need in Germany.
TeachBeyond will accommodate refugees arriving in Germany from the Middle East in Haus Blauen, an empty Black Forest Academy dorm, after it has been renovated. We are collecting funds to pay for the renovation. You can give here – https://give.teachbeyond.org/support/blauen/ An architect is working on the renovation of Blauen for fire protection and fire escape routes. […]
Nine kindergarten students run into the brightly painted classroom, eager to begin another day of learning. Teachers who will pray for and with them warmly greet them.
The newly reconstituted leadership team for TeachBeyond Germany recently met and discussed these topics: How can we translate the vision and mission of TeachBeyond within our departments? How can we measure progress toward our goals? How can we support one another as a team? It was a valuable and important afternoon for all. TeachBeyond is […]
Our TeachBeyond members have returned to their classrooms in the northern hemisphere, while those down under are looking forward to their summer break. Here is a partial list of schools where our teachers are working this year.
Amanda Ferris says several of her colleagues and friends have gone to the train stations in Budapest to distribute aid and just sit and talk with the people.
During Bible we were talking about Abraham and how God spoke to him. I told them that God often speaks in the silence. The students shared many examples of how God has spoken to their parents about being missionaries in the Philippines (So neat!).