Entries by Guest Author

Sharing Ideas On Transformational Education

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 […]

BFA Alumni Hold Reunion

The long-awaited pre-1990 alumni reunion weekend, July 1 to 3, 2016 was beginning! With much excitement, anticipation, and questions, we rounded the corner and walked towards a group of people. Over the past weeks conversations at our home had been, “These ‘kids’ are in their late 40’s, but in my mind they are still 18! Will […]

Now Offering First Grade in Kinshasa

FATEB Kinshasa Academy, our partner school in the Democratic Republic of Congo, finished its first year of Kindergarten class with a school celebration thanking the Lord for the great opportunity to transform the lives of students and parents. FKA will be adding a first-grade class in September and teachers hope to welcome many new students. […]

The Personal Classroom

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. […]

Knowing Our Stories: Developing Healthy Self-Awareness

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 […]