Today, I went to school to say goodbye to my beloved senior students on their last day of class. Though I didn’t teach them for the full year, I love them with my full heart. I will be praying for each of them as they embark on the next part of their journey. My prayer is that God works in them and through them and that He draws them ever closer to Himself. They are some amazing young people, and I just can’t wait to see what God is going to do with their lives. Continue reading “My Beloved Students”
I shared this on Facebook yesterday, and it got a lot of likes. I thought perhaps I should preserve it on my blog and add a photo of the actual student work. My students had a memory verse quiz in Bible class on Monday. This is what one student wrote: Continue reading A+ for Creativity
Dear Family and Friends,
As most of you know, I have spent the last three years teaching high school English at Lexington Christian Academy in Kentucky. Though my time here has been fruitful, I have always considered this as just one step on the path God has for my life. After many months of searching for opportunities, waiting for open doors, and seeking the Lord for direction, I believe that God is clearly guiding me to pursue his call to missions overseas.
I will be taking a position teaching K-9 ELL (English Language Learners) at the Morrison Academy campus in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. My position as an ELL teacher will be to work with students who require extra help to be grade-level proficient in English. Continue reading “The Details”