Treasured and Protected Partnership

“After distributing the kits to the girls at club, there…

Learning to Think Critically and Wisely

In October 2019, Becky had just finished a unit on persuasive speaking and logical fallacies. The unit focused on why and how to recognize logical fallacies and how to avoid them. Adhita, however, didn’t agree. “Why should I not use these to convince others about my opinion, if they are not as smart?” she reasoned.

Impacted By Christ through Educational Programming

TeachBeyond is so excited to see how God is using education in creative access countries to make Himself known. Following is the Parable of the Lee Family which illustrates the depth and variety of opportunities for people of all ages to be impacted by Christ through educational programming.

Brazilian Teachers Integrating their Faith into the Classroom

“There are only a few Christian schools in Brazil in comparison with North America, but many (public school) teachers are Christians,” said Raphael Haeuser, educational consultant with TeachBeyond Brasil. The Brazilian government has recently made an extraordinary decision to require religion to be taught in public schools while giving wide latitude for the way teachers do that.

Learning to Be Kind: Zahra

When “Zahra” (name changed) was five years old her family left Afghanistan, hoping to provide a safe life and future for them.

France Today: More Christian Schools, But Teachers Are Needed

The Christian school movement in France is gaining momentum with from four to seven new schools opening every year

God is moving in Eastern European English Camps!

The staff from the US had a great impact on the campers’ mindsets as they faithfully acted as Jesus’ hands and feet while lovingly teaching English.

Liza's Life Change

When Liza was a baby, her mother dropped her off with her Gogo (“granny” in Zulu) and walked out of her life.