Bobby Parrish joins us
today with some thoughts on what it means to be a teacher who follows the Master Teacher. Drawing on some recent experiences, he encourages us to trust.
This week Aaron Carmichael gives us his perspective on what it means to be a teacher who follows the Master Teacher. In his “this i teach” post, he tells a story that reminds us to empathize like our Master.
For the last few weeks here, we’ve been stepping toward professional development. This week we return to “this i teach,” and Jill Tyson reminds us, no matter where we are or doing what, to walk in step with the Master Teacher.
We’re heading to India today. Jacob Shylla is back with some thoughts on being incarnational, intentional, and personal with the “loved by Yahweh” in our classrooms. This, he teaches.
We’re traveling to Lebanon today where Kenton Kersting compares his experiences to those of displaced Syrians who have almost doubled the population of the city where he lives.
Today’s journey takes us to China where Dale De Weerd draws on ancient Chinese wisdom as he reflects on what it means to be a teacher who follows the Master Teacher.
Today our journey takes us to Ethiopia where Khotsono is making a difference among the “loved by Yahweh” in her classroom. She is “learning to look beyond the labels society gives people…to love people better.”
Join us on a journey that begins today and ends with a sore knees challenge May 4-11. This week’s post starts with Melissa in China. Next week, we’ll travel to Ethiopia, then back to China, on to Lebanon, and finally India. We’ll be hearing from different teachers about the “loved by Yahweh” in their classrooms as they answer the question “What does it mean to you to be a teacher who follows the Master Teacher?”