By: Tania Harris | God Conversations
Not every Christian believes that I should be leading a ministry or that I should even be an ordained pastor. The church I grew up in believed that church leadership should always be male. The reason I am in ministry today was due to a number of God Conversations that called me to revisit on the interpretation of Scripture I’d grown up with. Continue reading “Why Women Need to Learn in Quietness and Submission”
By: Jenny Baxter
Unsurprisingly, it’s the little things that take you by surprise. Too late you discover the things you didn’t teach your kids.
Continue reading “Teaching the Little Things, Like Swallowing Peas?”
Teaching is the single-most influential factor within the schooling system for student academic growth. What then, are the facets that lead to effective, influential and impactful teachers?
Continue reading “Student Wellbeing and Academic Results Linked to Positive Student-Teacher Relationship”
By: Laura Bennett
What happens when I die? Who’s God? Both questions your child may ask, but more often than not kids want answers on handling tricky situations, and navigating life’s everyday complexities. In their language it might come down to what makes a good friend? And, can I say what I think? Continue reading “SRE – How to Answer Life’s Everyday Questions”
By: Laura Bennett
Traditions are a fickle thing. A lot of us have them but can’t always remember where they came from. We like to protect them, but can be really disconnected from their origin. Continue reading “SRE & Australia: Are We a Good Match?”
By: Michael McQueen
Once upon a time, it was a student who got nervous in the lead-up to parent-teacher interviews. Nowadays, the person often getting most anxious is the teacher! Continue reading “A Teacher’s Survival Guide to Dealing with Parents”