Teaching

Lessons from the Margins

By Lisa Nichols Hickman
I think that few spiritual practices are as immediate and engaged with Scripture as writing in the margins of the Bible—an act of connecting with and responding to God… read more

Please Write and Doodle

By Betsy Hall
I still have my first two Bibles. My first Bible I received in the third grade but didn't use until seminary. The second Bible (an easier translation to read) I used in college… read more

Christ the King (Basic Bible Commentary)

By Ministry Matters
Christ the King Sunday (Jeremiah 23:1-6; Luke 1:68-79; Colossians 1:11-20; Luke 23:33-43) The Message of Jeremiah 23—25 Jeremiah offers two notes of hope in these… read more

Choosing the Right Curriculum for Your Camp

By Crys Zinkiewicz
For many people the word “curriculum” calls forth images of a print resource, but the original meaning of the term is “the course to be run.” Everything… read more

Great Teachers

By Jim Hawkins
Transforming Lives “Research confirms that great teachers change lives,” writes Wendy Kopp. “Students with one highly effective elementary school teacher are… read more

Jerome Berryman and Godly Play

By Dirk deVries
Godly Play is what Jerome Berryman calls his interpretation of Montessori religious education. It is an imaginative approach to working with children, an approach that supports… read more
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