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How has the COVID19 pandemic changed you?

Mark Giebink We hear a lot about how COVID 19 changed our circumstances – canceled events including significant life milestones, working from home, loss, toilet paper shortages, a dive in the stock market, virtual classrooms, etc. But I’m asking what has gone on inside you, not around you? In what specific ways has God gotten […]

Cascading Impact: Moving from Doing to Being

One of my favorite moments is sitting beside a rushing stream in the mountains of Colorado. Dana and I have hiked from above tree line to the whitewater of the Arkansas River. Tucked in crevices on the mountains are hundreds of waterways that cascade from the high mountain lakes and melting snow to the Arkansas […]

Online English Camps

It was clear this year that the annual German Easter English Camp for middle schoolers wasn’t going to go ahead as normal, and the staff was discouraged. This is a camp they love! Staff brainstormed on how they could serve the campers and help them grow in Christ amid this change. Just three weeks before […]

Practical Ideas for Navigating a Global Pandemic without Losing Faith

Thirty-one of Nashville’s Studio Singers pulled together a cell phone choir to record the hymn It Is Well With My Soul. Their powerful performance proclaiming the peace of Christ during these unparalleled times of Covid-19 has become an internet sensation. The story behind the lyrics may be the reason for this hymn’s current popularity: Horatio […]

Setting Healthy Boundaries

I’m not sure what your daily life looks like right now. Maybe you are overwhelmed with suddenly homeschooling all of your children, adapting to teaching online, or leading your school into a new phase of learning. Maybe you have more free time since the virus has put a halt on what you can do in […]

From Fear to Faith

We desire to help our learners through their transformation into who God has created them to be. When dealing with anxiety and trauma, our role in this transformation is to learn how to care for students, assist them in their healing and, in so doing, create a space for them to simply be children. As […]

Transformation at English Camp

Livi is a 25 year old Christian living in an Eastern European country. Shortly after returning from her studies in Ireland, she participated in an English Camp. She appreciates the impact it had on her. “I am happy now and have been baptized.”