Contributor: Matt Peachey | Length : 59 | File type : Audio
Who is responsible for the education of our children? How do teachers help educate our children? What kind of people should we be?
Contributor: John Coblentz | Length : 40 | File type : Audio
What is the most important thing you will do in life? How do we think about what we love in the current age?
Contributor: John Coblentz | Length : 48 | File type : Audio
Technology has given us many blessings in life. However, what are some of the negative consequences in this digital age?
Contributor: John Coblentz | Length : 42 | File type : Audio
How has technology impacted our times, our ideas, our ways? How is it affecting us?
Contributor: Travis Zook | Length : 39 | File type : Audio
Teaching, at its core, is built on service. These four areas are vital to serve successfully in the classroom: Who are you? Who are you serving? How will you be serving? What keeps you serving? The fi... Read More
Contributor: Arlyn Nisly | Length : 41 | File type : Audio
We all admire and appreciate the fruit of careful, rigorous training, whether in artisans, athletes, chefs, craftsmen, neurosurgeons, or preachers. We recognize, at least partially, the sacrificial de... Read More
Contributor: Raymond Burkholder | Length : 45 | File type : Audio
The Great Commission is Jesus' call to each of us to bring His influence into the dark places of the world. The purpose of all the commandments and doctrines is to empower us to be Jesus' witnesses. W... Read More
Contributor: Jeremy Sauder | Length : 39 | File type : Audio
Sometimes we get so caught up in our own stories that we forget about others in the room. Compassion enables us to imagine what others are feeling. Jeremy begins his first presentation in this teach... Read More
Contributor: Stephan Gingerich | Length : 45 | File type : Audio
We see only one side of the coin sitting in the desk in our classrooms. Listen and learn how you can extend your influence and change your corner of the world.
Contributor: Chester Weaver | Length : 61 | File type : Audio
Why do some students need to be "cool"? How should a teacher constructively deal with what is "cool"? The answer is simpler (and more complex) than we at first think.