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  1. Three Benefits of Inviting Parents to Visit the Classroom

    Three Benefits of Inviting Parents to Visit the Classroom

    “Dear Mr. and Mrs. Smith, We are so thankful to have Suzy in our class this year. We would be overjoyed to have you visit our classroom…” Have you ever sent out a personal invitation like this? During most of my years of teaching Sunday school, we had an open invitation to parents to visit the classroom. It’s sad to say, but very few parents took advantage of it. For those who did, their presence was overwhelmingly positive for everyone involved. ... More

  2. Liberating Teens from One Conformity to Another

    Liberating Teens from One Conformity to Another

    The pressure to conform is enormous these days. Young people (teenagers), in particular, are targets of the “conform to the latest worldly philosophies and trends or be an intolerable outcast” mentality that permeates the culture. The easiest thing for our teens to do would be to just play along and fit in. But conformity to the world is a death trap, plain and simple. Therefore, Christian parents, and the church as a whole, must do everything possible to help our young people toward a radically different type of conformity. ... More

  3. Three Resolutions for the Year Ahead

    Three Resolutions for the Year Ahead

    Teachers, what do you want to see happen in your classroom this year? What are your aspirations and goals for your students? Toward that end, what must you commit yourself to doing? ... More

  4. Truth78 Announces New Leadership to Guide a Vision for the Discipleship of the Next Generation

    Truth78 Announces New Leadership to Guide a Vision for the Discipleship of the Next Generation

    Truth78 announced today new leadership to pursue a vision for the discipleship of the next generations, naming David Michael as Executive Director and Gary Brewer as Director of International Resource Development.
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  5. Heart-Focused Classroom Management – Part 2

    Heart-Focused Classroom Management – Part 2

    Discipline is helping children to grow, not controlling behavior. It is a long process that needs to be mostly positive in nature, but firm and loving. So, relationship building is incredibly important. Managing a classroom—keeping it under control, is something we can do the first time we ever walk into a group of children, and maintaining a well-run classroom achieves another goal—training our children in righteousness: ... More

  6. Truth78 Speakers and Breakout Seminars

    Truth78 Speakers and Breakout Seminars

    Will the next generations trust Christ? Will they stand firm in His truth? The "From Childhood You Have Known" conference has been designed to inspire and equip parents and teachers to acquaint the next generation with the holy, life-giving, all-satisfying Word of God.  ... More

  7. Heart-Focused Classroom Management – Part 1

    Heart-Focused Classroom Management – Part 1

    Attentive, well-behaved children sound like a teacher’s dream. However, our goal is not simply well-behaved children, but children who joyfully submit to God. It starts with an understanding of authority structure God has put in place, which brings about calm order and joyful submission. ... More

  8. Why Sing in your Sunday School Classroom?

    Why Sing in your Sunday School Classroom?

    Many Sunday school classes incorporate a time of singing in the morning schedule. But often the main purpose and goal of this time is not so readily grounded and communicated within a larger context of children’s formal biblical education. Why do we sing? What do we sing? In what manner do we sing? These are all important questions that should be addressed and should serve to transform this time into something of greater significance than simply singing songs, filling time, and engaging the children. ... More

  9. Preparing Your Child’s Heart for Sunday School

    Preparing Your Child’s Heart for Sunday School

    As a teacher, I really appreciate when students come to Sunday school readily prepared for the morning. It greatly improves the classroom experience for both volunteers and students. Parents, here are a few simple things that can make a huge difference: ... More

  10. Four Compelling Reasons to Use a Printed Bible When Teaching

    Four Compelling Reasons to Use a Printed Bible When Teaching

    There's a place for using a digital form of Scripture, whether it be on a device, PowerPoint, etc. and there are times and situations where digital may be preferred and beneficial, but in the classroom and for our children’s personal study and devotions, I believe the printed Word is preferable. ... More

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