Category Archives: International Christian School education
Our Words Give Life
We are well into our second semester of the school year. First semester report card grades were submitted, and narrative evaluations written. Though I only have 36 students in Grades 6-8, writing those comments always seems a daunting task. Thankfully, … Continue reading
His Presence and Peace
There is no lock, no closed door, nothing that can bar the presence of Jesus. Continue reading
Looking Back, Looking Ahead
For everything that was written in the past was written to teach us, so that through the endurance taught in the Scriptures and the encouragement they provide, we might have hope. May the God who gives endurance and encouragement give … Continue reading
An Unexpected Journey
God is opening a new door for us! We’ll be serving at an international Christian school in Eastern Europe! Continue reading
Miles and Ministry in Mexico
Mexico! It’s a relatively short flight from Atlanta to Monterrey, but we still put in our share of miles (or rather, kilometers) traveled during our eight-day trip. Mark and Serena Dunbar picked us up at the airport and drove us … Continue reading
Life in the Kingdom. It’s Elementary.
Not long ago, I traveled back to Bolivia. This was the third year in a row I was asked to lead the Elementary Spiritual Emphasis Week at the Santa Cruz Christian Learning Center. Apparently they aren’t tired of me yet! … Continue reading
What Color is Your Heart?
“Color My Heart Holy” was the theme for Elementary Spiritual Emphasis Week at the Santa Cruz Christian Learning Center in April. I was so blessed to have been invited to return once again to lead this week of special chapels. … Continue reading