All posts by Pam Sanderlin





‘Featured Five’ Opportunities #5

Part #5 in our 2016 Featured Five series: a twice-a-month peek at five opportunities out of 300+ available through TeachBeyond BridgeWay North American School, which will open in the fall of 2016, is a God-vision-in-process joining the three North American nations together. The first visible spark started with four individuals in 2008 and blazed into flame […]


‘Featured Five’ Opportunities #3

Part #3 in our 2016 Featured Five series: a twice-a-month peek at five opportunities out of 300+ available through TeachBeyond Igor (camper) with Sherry (volunteer) English language skills are highly sought after in many parts of the world. Using your ability as a native English speaker, you can have an impact on campers like Igor: Igor had […]



Carol and Mark Barner: The Philippines

Carol and Mark Barner are teachers from Phoenix, Arizona. As they were nearing retirement—after working as a college computer teacher (Carol) and high school science teacher (Mark)—they yearned to continue glorifying the Lord. In particular, they were looking for a way to do this within their education professions. They prayed and looked at schools where […]



Role-Reversal: Teacher to Student

Christy Ware weighs in this week on our OnPractice blog: how her thoughts about teaching are changing now that she is a full-time language student in France. Christy is a TeachBeyond member. Read more: role-reversal Photo: Overwhelmed. lordsutch via Compfight cc