This week we are featuring job openings in TeachBeyond schools located in Europe, which is a critical mission field.
From a teacher in Europe: In October I led the Sophomore class to the Natzweiler-Struthof concentration camp in France. It was a moving experience for everyone. Some historical events, however, defy attempts at explanations by the history teacher. Even partial insights seem trite. You just tell the story, pray for those still affected, and listen to […]
From a teacher in Europe: In September I stepped into my own classroom full of students. It was like a slow motion scene from a movie with dramatic music playing in the background. It’s the point in the movie when you realize this is going to be a key part of the story. So, with […]
From a member care staff member in Europe: Our Member Care leader has challenged our team to spend even more time in prayer with and for our members. We desire to connect on this deeper level in order to encourage and to remind people of our Lord’s working in their lives. Transformational education is… caring for people’s needs – including the […]
From a teacher in Europe: About 50% of the students in our school live in dorms. I’ve decided to get involved in the dorm ministry as a way to serve the RAs and dorm parents and also as a way to get to know the students better in a less formal setting than school. Every […]
From a teacher in Europe: We who are safe forget the risks some take to bring Christ to the nations. Some of my boarding students were recounting stories of how their parents are working in difficult and, in some cases, dangerous situations. They are facing political turmoil, the aftermath of natural disasters, and/or religious persecution […]
Are you praying for the campers and staff involved in our camp programs this summer? During the months of July and August, JanzTeam and TeachBeyond English Camps are in full-swing. Can you guess where we are?
Check out the great pics and a summary of Janz Team Germany (TeachBeyond)’s first Friend Day (2013-07-06),
A Word From the Principal How’s our little flock doing, nine months from last fall? The younger students are becoming more independent. They show great progress in both languages and spend an amazing time playing during recess putting their creativity into organizing new games. Everybody is having fun!