Teacher have it hard. No one can believe or understand how hard until they have taught. Further, it is worse than it has ever been.
I remember how shocked my mother was when she went back to teaching after 15 years away. Society changed. I certainly saw changes during my 20 years experience.
Today, our episode honors and helps teachers. It is an exegesis of I Timothy 2 and 3. I remember how much encouragement and guidance it gave my practice of teaching when I first did this study. Suitable for those in both Christian and public schools. Suitable for teachers at every level.
This is one of 6 messages in a series called God’s End-Time Advice for Parents and Teachers. I strongly encourage you to get this series. This week, like last, we are running a half price sale, in order to get it into your hands. Sorry, we have to do this the old fashioned way: send $25.00 and $5.00 for s/h to P.O. Box 971 Cedar Park Texas 78613.
We are praying in a new way, in declarative prayer. When you know what God wants, based on Scripture, and you are inspired of the Holy Spirit, why pray timidly? God wants the best for all children. Join with me as I pray for better education, blessed teachers, and blessed children.
“No! It takes parents!” is what many people said in response to “It takes a Village. But the discussion needs to continue. And here it is, just when we thought we could be smug and one sided. First we look at James 1:27 — widows and orphans. Then we hear what John Adams had to say about education. This man, promoter of Independence, second president, and foundational thinker had something to say about public expenditures on education. We have a lot to learn — and we are about that business.