What exactly is the role of the Bible in education? Why do many students struggle to see the relevance of the Bible? Harold Klassen writes about biblical integration in the classroom. His insight can help teachers see how to remove their limitations on integrating their subjects and the Bible.
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In the last few weeks, I was able to pray with one of my students who accepted Christ, and I’ve begun discipling her. I am under-qualified and overwhelmed, but God is good to provide what I need. She is quite the seeker and asks a lot of hard questions!
The three of us had a great lunch together. “Z” asked questions about creation, evolution, time, the Big Bang. He asked about how to know he was a Christian. I encouraged “L” to help answer the questions and contribute to what she knew to be true as well. I wanted to challenge her to share her faith and how she became a follower of Jesus.
“I don’t know when there’s been a time in church history where we have seen so many young intellectuals coming along with clear insights and godly passion, calling the church to witness with clarity and sensitivity,” George Durance says. “We need to let our students know that that’s a very different thing from (winning) a culture war.”
Yawning, laughter, and sickness are all contagious. In a similar way, people who are in transformation themselves become agents of transformation. Ask yourself this: Who in your life has inspired you to become a better person? Change is God’s ultimate goal for each of us. We are to become like Christ for the sake of […]
BridgeWay’s “Miss Jose” recently received a government award for 40 years of teaching service. She was honored, given the Ignacio Manuel Altamirano Medal, and a monetary award. Miss Jose teaches Kinder 3, which includes 5-year-olds.
Three long-time TeachBeyond (Janz Team) members, Henry Toews, Harold Klassen, and Jack Stenekes, received recognition for their service to the Lord.
For over 60 years our school for the children of missionaries, now known as Black Forest Academy, was an integral part of our national German organization. On May 5, the school became an independent charitable organization.
A group of Christians in Albania came together to pray about starting a Christian school, but out of their planning meetings came a vision to begin a movement that would start Christian schools across Albania to transform the nation.
God has called you and placed you where you are now serving, and He challenges you not to dwell on the problems but to look to Him in faith and see how He will achieve great things through your ministry.
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