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On the Only Way to God, Tolerance, and What that Means for Us as Christian Teachers

One God

When a good question in our Christian teachers’ Facebook group started garnering comments about religious tolerance and how we are all worshipping the same God, I figured it was time we talked “face-to-face.” Here’s the recording of the resulting Facebook live, where we talk about the only way to God, tolerance, and what all this means […]

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The Bible Answer to Avoid Teacher Burnout: How to teach with energy & passion all year long

The Bible Answer to Avoid Teacher Burnout

Subscribe to the Teach 4 the Heart Podcast. No one crams so much into each day as teachers do – there’s lesson plans, grading, dealing with discipline issues, meetings, and – oh yes, actually teaching. It’s no wonder we’re so exhausted all the time, finding ourselves falling asleep on the drive home. But keep going because we […]

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Where Should Christian Teachers Stand on Controversial Issues?

Where should Christian teachers stand on controversial issues

Subscribe to the Teach 4 the Heart Podcast. Disclaimer #1: I am not a lawyer, and this is not legal advice. If you need legal help, please seek an attorney for advice. You can ask a Christian attorney your legal questions here.  Disclaimer #2: At Teach 4 the Heart, our primary audience is Christian educators, […]

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How to Calm the Chaos in Your Classroom

August always feels like a month of Sundays. And on one of those mid-August days filled with anxiety and anticipation about the upcoming school year I stumbled over the verse that has become my mantra this year. Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to […]

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8 Reasons You’re Feeling Discouraged as a Teacher (and how to overcome them)

Feeling Discouraged

Subscribe to the Teach 4 the Heart Podcast. “Teacher, YOU Have Got This!” This was the subject line of an email that popped up while I was wracking my brain (unsuccessfully) to come up with an interesting way to start this article. Since I wasn’t getting anywhere anyhow, of course I stopped and read the email, which […]

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