Articles Tagged 'Teacher'

Keeping My Eyes on the Prize

Keeping My Eyes on the Prize

God isn't after change, that happens all the time: God wants transformation!

Phil Ware continues his series on Jesus and transformation and focuses today on our walking with Jesus each day in the gospels and learning his words and talking with him and taking on on his character and compassion as the Spirit transforms us.

Our Legacy

Our Legacy

What are we leaving behind?

Donna Ware shares insight into raising children to leave a legacy of faith.

Leaving the Classroom and Living the Life

Leaving the Classroom and Living the Life

Sooner or later, we have to leave school and start living what we know!

Rick Brown talks about discipleship being more than sitting and learning, it involves going and doing.

Compassionate People

Compassionate People

Compassion employees are actually compassionate people, too.

I never imagined to be so deeply moved by another group of people: the employees of Compassion.

Making a Difference?

Making a Difference?

Can't we save some?

Phil Ware continues his series on light on the dark side of the mountain reminding us the need for men and women of God to step up and be counted.

Big Rocks

Big Rocks

How are you going to get everything in?

Patrick Odum talks about our big rocks have to go into the bottle first.

Look Alikes that Aren't Alike

Look Alikes that Aren't Alike

Who do you look like?

Rubel Shelly reminds us that even when things or people look alike doesn't mean they actually live the same way or live out the same role.

The Main Ingredient in Stardom

The Main Ingredient in Stardom

Coach Wooden and the most important player on the team.

Rubel Shelly talks about Coach John Wooden of UCLA and his great winning streak and the importance of teamwork.

C2K - Living Beyond the Cliché

C2K - Living Beyond the Cliché

What if we really took Jesus' words seriously?

Phil Ware continues his series on moving from Church to Kingdom and focuses on obeying the words of Jesus.

The Joy of the Party

The Joy of the Party

Will you show the joy this season?

Larry Davies reflects on a group of school teachers and their party and reminds us that we need to be people of joy.

James

James

How can the younger brother of Jesus help us find our way to hope?

Phil Ware lets us journey with James, the half brother of Jesus, through the cross and resurrection to find our way to hope and confidence about our future.

Forgiveness?

Forgiveness?

Wouldn't you have been upset?

Sarah Stirman writes about a time her husband didn't quite follow through on getting their pre-school kids to Bible class and she gets angry, but the Lord challenges her to forgive!

Pink Slip

Pink Slip

What kind of slip are you expecting?

Teresa Bell Kindred shares how her daughter missed the dreaded pink slip given to many teachers in Kentucky, but she also reminds us that God doesn't give pink slips.

If You're Not Sure of Your Part

If You're Not Sure of Your Part

How do you find your part?

Alan Smith talks about a junior high music teacher whose students didn't play.

What Do You Think?

What Do You Think?

Sometimes, don't you think you ought to find the answer for yourself?

While spiritual leaders have wisdom and knowledge, they are not always right and we should seek to answer many of our own questions ourselves using the Bible as our guide.

How Fragile Is Your Ego?

How Fragile Is Your Ego?

Can your ego handle the call of Jesus to humility?

Our egos are fragile and important but also dangerous, but we must learn humility.

Listen to Your Teacher

Listen to Your Teacher

Have you been listening lately?

We need to listen to our Teacher: Jesus is the one we must look to for our answers in how to help and bless others.

Pinch of the Willy-Goo

Pinch of the Willy-Goo

What in the world is willy goo?

A wise woman who loved, encouraged and disciplined her children.

The Push for Purple

The Push for Purple

When did soft-pedaling wrong answers become acceptable?

Sometimes we go overboard in trying not to correct, disappoint, or change someone.

A Mother's Prayer

A Mother's Prayer

Are you praying today for a child on the way to school?

A mother's prayer for a child going to school for the first time.