Continuity and faithfulness were even bigger stories in 2016.
I love these boys for their strength, their tender kindness, their discipline and creativity, their sense of justice and protectiveness, their courage to grow and to risk being new, their willingness to let others in, and for the layers of their stories that I’m only beginning to touch.
Nuru attends a church where the Lord’s love of the defenseless and vulnerable is preached.
We are sharing English camp stories, encouraging one another, training to be better teachers, and making plans.
The Centre can define, develop, and promote the kind of holistic transformational education that TeachBeyond is seeking to offer.
We listened, asked questions, and listened some more. What an honor to hear their stories, their struggles, their love, and their passion for Christ and His kingdom.
The child had already developed a lack of trust in others.
It’s thrilling to watch God transform lives during a TeachBeyond English camp. A team from First Alliance Church in Calgary had that experience this summer in a Eurasian city.
Pray that God will multiply the number of Christian schools in France.
“They want reform. They want change. They need jobs, education and so on. It’s very basic living issues that are driving the unrest,” said TeachBeyond President George Durance about the rioting in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Civil unrest began in early October when DRC President Joseph Kabila postponed elections for two years. George was interviewed on Mission Network […]