Monthly Archives: May 2019

  1. 15 Questions to Evaluate Your Classroom Experience

    15 Questions to Evaluate Your Classroom Experience

    The end of the school year is a good time to look back and evaluate the joys, surprises, challenges, and shortcomings of your classroom experience with children and youth. If at all possible, before your team heads out for summer vacation, set aside an hour or so to gather together and evaluate the year. Consider using the following questions as discussion starters, or email them as a survey:

    1. Did you begin the year feeling fully equipped and trained for your specific role? Explain.
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  2. Why Vision Matters in Discipling Children and Youth

    Why Vision Matters in Discipling Children and Youth

    Several years ago, I was hiking with my  family through a desert in 90-plus-degree weather. It was grueling, to say the least! The redeeming feature of this hike was the promise of a beautiful, shady oasis at the end—the vision of a few palm trees and water. Yet that simple vision initiated and sustained the hike, even when I wanted to give up several times along the way. It kept me from taking detours. I wanted to get to our goal as efficiently as possible! It’s amazing how having an end goal clearly in mind can sustain our spirit and efforts in a task! ... More

  3. For Us, And Our Children after Us

    For Us, And Our Children after Us

    May this prayer by David Michael shape your prayers for the next generation in this season. Blessed be Your name O LORD, for You have wondrously shown Your steadfast love to us.  How blessed are those who dwell in the shelter of the Most High and abide in the shadow of the Almighty! ... More

  4. The Benefits of Upgrading the Old to the New

    The Benefits of Upgrading the Old to the New

    We are so thankful for our many long-term ministry partners who have been using our curricula for years. You eagerly jumped in and began teaching our curricula even before we had fully completed our scope and sequence. Since those early days we have had time to start the process of improving our curricula—making them more teacher and student friendly. What’s the difference between the older versions and the newer revised curricula? Why upgrade the old to the new after all these years? ... More

  5. Freely Spreading Truth78 Resources Around the World

    Freely Spreading Truth78 Resources Around the World

    In my opinion, this represents one of the most exciting things to be found on our new web site:


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  6. Summer Sunday School for All!

    Summer Sunday School for All!

    Are you aware that Truth78 has two wonderful curriculum options for summer Sunday school? And did you know that they have been intentionally designed to include ages 6 years old through adulthood?

    Lord, Teach Us to Pray is a study for children and adults on the Lord’s Prayer.

    The Righteous Shall Live by Faith is a study for children and adults on the Ten Commandments. While either of these 13-week curricula can be easily adapted for use in a class for children only, there are many benefits to having an intergenerational class.  As Sally Michael explains,

    I think God’s intent for the generations is that we should bless one another, support one another, enco ... More