How do we go about sharing our faith when we can’t do so overtly?
The Centre can define, develop, and promote the kind of holistic transformational education that TeachBeyond is seeking to offer.
See every subject and textbook through the lenses of God’s character and authority.
“It’s just an astonishing movement of the Holy Spirit around the world, prodding and probing, and the result is we have this outburst of interest in education.” TeachBeyond President George Durance offered that observation in a recent interview on Mission Network News. He was commenting on the increased interest around the world in quality, values-based […]
When teachers get together to share ideas, their students benefit. When those ideas focus on gospel-driven transformational education, the benefit is eternal. Carl Miller, who recently attended TeachBeyond’s Transformational Education Conference in the Philippines, came away from the conference with a new appreciation for how teachers can let God work through them to bring transformation […]
Transformational education is an approach that embraces whole families, not just their children. Teachers at the Baby English Club in Minsk, Belarus, have witnessed this in the past school year. A boy in the preschool has diabetes, and his mother stayed with him during the school day to monitor his health. She observed the biblically-based […]
What is “transformational education”? That question was explored at the Transformational Education Conference conducted by TeachBeyond at Faith Academy in the Philippines. TeachBeyond members from Asia and a few other regions gathered in June for fellowship and to dig deeper into the concept of transformation. The conference attendees spent time discussing how to practically and […]
Starting a new school in Bocachica, Colombia
Everyone has their own school history. For some, schools, classrooms, peers, teachers, or other contexts such as their biological family, have not been safe places. To offer a Christian environment, we seek to understand the environment of our own classrooms, and how our own history and presence contributes to this in healthy or unhealthy ways. […]
So off went the Emperor in procession under his splendid canopy. Everyone in the streets and the windows said, “Oh, how fine are the Emperor’s new clothes! Don’t they fit him to perfection? And see his long train!” Nobody would confess that he couldn’t see anything, for that would prove him either unfit for his […]