Living in Limbo
Are you feeling weary of living in uncertainty? Would it help to look at others who lived in limbo for long periods and survived? This lectionary and accompanying study guide look for inspiration for our lifting and listening from people who waited.
Seeking & Sacrificing
With this teacher lectionary, we’re seeking the King like the wise men did and laying gifts at His feet. Will you join us?
Pausing with the Master Teacher
If taking an overnight silent retreat sounds overwhelming, how about starting with something more manageable? Kimberly, Julie, Jill, and Melissa share ideas for shorter pauses with the Master Teacher. What are your rhythms of rest?
Self-care with the Master Teacher
What’s your level of job–and life–stress right now? What do you do to manage stress? Jill Schafhauser recommends taking a silent retreat.
Have circumstances in 2020 stolen your purpose? Do you feel lost? Join us again before the throne. There is purpose in pressing in.
In Search of Purpose
Whether stuck in or out of your regular realms, do you feel like you’ve lost your sense of purpose these last few months? Kenton Kersting knows how you feel and has some words of comfort from the Master Teacher.
Where else would we go?
Are you feeling isolated or weary? Are you struggling to survive? Let’s spend some time together in the throne room with this teacher lectionary. Where else would we go?
Reaching the Highly Unmotivated
From her area of expertise, Jill Schafhauser gives practical advice about how to reach the hardest to motivate students.
Relevance & Respect
Making learning relevant goes deeper than choosing topics and staying up-to-date. Melissa shows us how.
Lost in Learning
How could our teaching approach affect learner motivation? Melissa talks about getting students lost in learning.
What drives language learners?
We’re reflecting on learner motivation for a few weeks here. Bradley Baurain starts us off with thoughts on autonomy, mastery, and purpose.
Depending on which hemisphere you’re in, you may be looking for some good summer reading. Aliel Cunningham has a recommendation for you…