Thinking about short-term mission service this year? TeachBeyond has many opportunities for you to experience cross-cultural ministry by using a skill you already possess – your ability to speak English. Below are some English Camp
I have had more faith conversations this term than I have the last two years combined. Even better, students are impacting their peers!
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Without Black Forest Academy my husband would not be able to do his ministry.
What a joy to see this group pull together as a multi-gifted team, willing to give of time and talents to share the love of Christ through language learning throughout the world.
Last month we launched the Opportunity Board on our North American website. Opportunities can be filtered by country, region, school, or job position.
At Urbana ’15 I will have the honor of inviting students to experience and meet God in an even deeper way by loving the nations. You, too, can be a part of Urbana ’15 by attending, watching live-streaming messages online, and praying for the 16,000 college students who will go!
“I was encouraged to see our little school, three months old, being ‘transformational’,” said Tammy Peters, one of TeachBeyond’s teacher-trainers working in Africa. “They are sharing God’s light and making a contribution to the needy educational communities right around the corner from them.” FATEB Kinshasa Academy in the Democratic Republic of Congo recently was the […]
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 […]