We are pleased to recommend resources that may benefit you in your walk as a Christian Schools educator.
D. Bruce Lockerbie, Chairman/CEO/Editor
March 2, 2020
WHO CARES HOW WELL OUR STUDENTS
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A Handwashing Story Told With Tiny Hands
By Patricia Prisk
Retired occupational therapist, Patricia Prisk, presents a fun, action-oriented fairy tale that teaches young children how to thoroughly wash their hands, following CDC guidelines.
“I’m hoping this instructional fairy tale will become part of a preschool and early elementary health curriculum for Christian schools nationwide and globally,” said the author.
Whimsically illustrated by Jason D. McIntosh. Available from Amazon HERE.
The objective of Stewards of Transformation is simply to help you as Board President and Head of School to build a strong,powerful relationship resulting in Godly leadership, keen mentoring and ongoing growth.
A Journey of Challenge, Comfort, and Transformation
Greg Deja, Simon Jeynes, Stephen Zeal
This is a devotional which is part Scripture study, part emotional dive, part intellectual interrogation, and part personal stirrings. It takes you on a school year journey that meets you where you are professionally. It equally challenges you through the Church Year, the way in which our spiritual life also has its exaltations and despairs. In this parallel journey, we hope that you will be inspired and challenged to continue to extend God's Kingdom through His children.
Learning From the Past to Give Our Children an Eternal Future
Isaac B. Moffett and Israel Wayne
The Great Education Decision exposes the six major secular worldviews that permeated into every corner of the Christian life including education. Most Christian schools, homeschools, and Christian curriculum have been shaped by and, therefore, teach some of the same humanistic presuppositions of the public school system.
Why do so many people think the Bible, the most influential book in world history, is outdated? Why do our friends and neighbors – and sometimes we ourselves – dismiss the Bible as irrelevant, irrational, immoral, or all of these things? The explanation of the Books of Genesis and Exodus demonstrate that the Bible is not only powerfully relevant to today’s issues, but completely consistent with rational thought.