Contributor: Austin Shenk | File type : Blog Post
As a 20-year-old, I entered the teaching profession as a pit stop on my way to bigger and better things. Nine years later I’m still here. In that time, I’ve learned the best thing a teacher ca... Read More
Contributor: Travis Zook | Length : 35 | File type : Audio
Teaching, at its core, is built on service. This fourth and final session in the series is based on the question: What keeps you serving? The disciples left their occupations because Jesus provided in... Read More
Contributor: Amos Esh | Length : 44 | File type : Audio
Similar to other careers more of our mission organizations could benefit by long term commitments of its workers. This workshop will look at the positives and negatives of career missionaries. Includ... Read More
Contributor: Kendall Myers | File type : Blog Post
In their attempt to find new trade routes to Southeast Asia, Spanish and Portuguese sailors in the 15th century worked tirelessly to figure out what it would take to sail down around the southern ti... Read More
Contributor: Elmer Martin | Length : 19 | File type : Audio
Is it really practical to think that a married man with a family should teach school? Of what value would this be? How can this be accomplished in a practical way? Courtesy CSAI.
Contributor: Ken Ranck | Length : 48 | File type : Audio
Ken leads a session on encouraging young people within the local church to aspire to become teachers. Courtesy CASBI.
Contributor: Pete Peters | Length : 41 | File type : Audio
The calling and task of a teacher can feel overwhelming. How can we measure up? Pete offers an inspiring path forward. Courtesy Christian Light Education (CLE).
Contributor: Raymond Peachey | Length : 52 | File type : Audio
Raymond gives his perspective on the importance and proper place of high school.