Is Christ in Your Christian School?
It’s back-to-school season around the nation! Bro. Chris Fanara offers some challenging questions for Christian educators to ask themselves at the start of this new school year.
Welcome to Intensive Care
The author gives a tour of an intensive care room and the people who he has seen in this special place–not in the hospital, but in a classroom.
A Time to Trim
Pruning is rarely enjoyable, but the growth and fruit it promotes are part of the blessings of the Christian life, as explained by Bro. Carey in this article.
A Time to Grow
Bro. Jim Carey continues his series “How Does Your Garden” and explains that as a garden is only as good as the gardener, so a classroom is only as good as the teacher.
The Right Tools
Just as work requires specific tools to be completed, teaching calls for many methods to be used. Bro. Jim Carey explains how to sharpen teaching tools and be ready to add new ones where needed.
The Right Plant
In this article, Bro. Jim Carey explains that to be an effective teacher, one must learn to distinguish the subtle differences of his students and then strive to provide an environment that will make them thrive.
The Right Soil
Just as a plant needs good soil to flourish, so a child needs a good home, church, and a good school to thrive. Experienced instructor Bro. Carey explains what a teacher can do to provide good soil for children at school.
Dos and Don’ts for the First-Year Teacher
Mrs. Morris, a professor at Golden State Baptist College, shares six dos and don’ts that she learned in her early days of teaching.
Show and Tell
Many adults have fond memories of their elementary Show and Tell experiences. Most of us can vividly recall choosing an object from home of some significance to us, bringing it to school to show our classmates, and explaining in front of the class why it…
Christian vs Secular?
What’s the difference between Christian education and secular education? Here Mrs. Joy Flint tells us from her experiences what you will not find in a secular school.