Enduring to the End

Contributor: Verlin Miller | Length : 36 | File type : Audio

How we finish is more important than how we start. Pressing on in the face of difficulty is the mark of a strong teacher. What are some ways we can stay sane and whole when it feels like insanity woul... Read More

Lifetime Career in Ministry

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

Intentional Service Brings Fulfillment to Teaching

Contributor: Carol Burkholder | Length : 4 | File type : Audio

We maintain long-term enthusiasm in our classroom by seeing teaching as a ministry, not just a job. When we choose to focus on serving our students rather than on what we can get out of teaching, our... Read More

Are You Ready?

Contributor: Arlene Birt | File type : Blog Post

Are you ready for school to start? When people asked me that, I didn’t know how to answer!  I was fine with school starting, but my classroom was certainly not ready.  I was eager to be working... Read More

Demanding Excellence in Students

Contributor: Laverne Herr | Length : 45 | File type : Audio

Lavern calls his fellow teachers to demand a high level of performance from their students--and to prepare for the high personal cost of building relationships that can encourage this excellence. He i... Read More

Striving for Excellence

Contributor: Frank Reed | Length : 45 | File type : Audio

If teachers are to inspire students to seek the best in habits and values, the teachers must model this excellence themselves. Frank urges punctuality and personal discipline. Courtesy FBEP.