Teachers shouldn’t ask questions to get answers

It doesn’t matter what kind of teacher: public, private, or church Sunday School, the purpose of asking questions isn’t to get answers.  If only adults could understand that. While I’ve taught college freshmen for over twenty years, I’ve also taught classes in my church. Right now I’m responsible to teach Sunday School to 15-16 year-olds, … Continue reading Teachers shouldn’t ask questions to get answers

My Year of Living Deliberately

I don’t have enough time. Or money. Or control of my life. And I’ve realized that’s all my fault. For quite some time I’ve been living in survival mode. I think we all hit that sometimes, when we’re just holding on, trying to keep lives and spouses and children together, barely squeaking by month-to-month, existing … Continue reading My Year of Living Deliberately