Entries by Guest Author

The Joy of Teaching God-Worship

Can you identify times in your life when you have been worshiping God, but you weren’t in a church? My first memories of that were at camp, worshiping God in the splendor of His creation. But perhaps more surprisingly, I can still recount the first time I worshiped God in class. It was Biology 101. […]

Research-Supported, Explicit Vocabulary Instructional Strategies

Words are a gift from God. Words allow us to communicate with God and with one another. They are a means of growing in grace and in knowledge. Understanding and using words are essential to being a literate person. Therefore, the instruction and development of vocabulary is an essential part of teaching at any age […]

Called by God – With All My Imperfections

Carolyn Ebel reflects on her calling to Beyond Borders, TeachBeyond’s ministry to refugees. Although becoming a full-time servant of the Lord means giving up a lot of “comforts,” she wouldn’t trade where she is in life right now for the world, because she knows God has some big plans up his sleeve.

Reflecting the Imago Dei

Imago Dei—Genesis 1:26 teaches us that mankind was created in the image of God. This truth becomes the basis of our service to students, honoring that image within them. Additionally, we want to help our students recognize it in themselves and those around them so that they can honor that image through service too. Humans […]

Transforming Education in Albania

The opportunity to partner with Transformational Education Albania has given TeachBeyond a vision to establish Christian schools that will care for children and guide them in their walk with Christ.

God Intercedes in Her Travel Adventure

I was stuck in a place with no phone, no WiFi, and next to no language skills. I also had not been able to exchange money, so I was unable to pay for a taxi fare as the card reader wasn’t working. I was discouraged.