A study on the personal gift that is baptism. Click on the link for a free PDF download of the Bible study! Baptism – It’s Personal
A bible study focused on the Parable of the Ten Virgins. Media content listed in the bible study can be found on YouTube. Bible Study – The Church
Many of us have returned to the back to school routine these past few weeks while some of us are about to embark on that journey very soon. The beginning … Continue Reading Devotion: That First Week of School Feeling
Focused on the story of the widow of Nain. If you find this helpful and would like to see more bible studies on the site, drop a comment and let … Continue Reading Bible Study – Never Alone
In my current Literature I and Literature II classes. we are reading the novels, Summer of Riley and The Last Book in the Universe. Both of these novels focus on the sacrifice of … Continue Reading Connecting God’s Word to Novel Reading
Creating an Easter Sunday Mindset in our Classroom the Entire Year He is Risen! He is Risen Indeed! The euphoric, emotional high that is felt by Christians throughout the world … Continue Reading Easter Monday?
Bible reference is Judges 15. God showers us with His mercy, and never forgets his faithful servants.
As of the last measurement, Friendswood, Texas has received 49.23 inches of rain during the deluge of Hurricane Harvey. As many of your are aware, this has caused massive flooding … Continue Reading In the Heart of Harvey: Destruction Creates Hope
We are so thankful for our WELS College of Ministry.
It’s May! How did that happen 🙂 It often surprises me how quick the end of the school year comes up as we prepare for the last month of school … Continue Reading An Encouragement for the Month of May
As teachers, every day we wear so many different hats. Often times those hats may be tattered and heavy, and it may seem as we are making no progress in … Continue Reading God Made You
“History is philosophy teaching by examples.” That quote is attributed to the great Athenian general and historian, Thucydides. We all know the old saying, “those who do not know history … Continue Reading Is History Dead in Your Classroom?
10) Tell Them Nothing beats the ol’ fashion look ‘em in the eye and “thank you.” 9) Stickers anyone? Not as a reward, but as a quick and easy thank … Continue Reading 10 Ways to Thank a Student
There is an old adage, “If it is broke, don’t fix it.” Unfortunately, education in America is broke, yet we aren’t fixing it. Extensive research has reached the conclusion that … Continue Reading High Stakes Testing: It’s Broke, yet We keep doing It