Encourage and facilitate the creation of God-centered day and home schools

… and equip teachers for these schools.

We will not hide…but tell the coming generation the glorious deeds of the Lord. -Psalm 78:4

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Have you ever wondered, “Am I doing all I need to do to help my children think Christianly about every area of life?”
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The Mission of PS78Teachers is to encourage an interest in, and to facilitate the creation of, God-centered day schools and home schools in evangelical churches worldwide, and to equip teachers for these schools. All instruction is shaped by a Reformed biblical view of education. A key component of this ministry is an online Teacher Education Program.

“PS78” is a reference to Psalms 78:4, a verse that commands the people of God to “not hide” but to pass on to the next generation the “glorious deeds of the Lord.” Our aim is to equip parents and teachers with the knowledge, skills, and passion needed to more fully and faithfully carry out this task and to avoid teaching in such a way that God is perceived to be irrelevant and, therefore, hidden from our children.

Latest Blog Posts

July 7, 2019

Another sunny day in Bogota. We went to churches with our hosts - Carla to the Christo Rey church with the Dishman’s, and Dale and I went to a mission church, Fuentes de Gracia, with the Barbers. This afternoon a group of pastors and church leaders were invited here...

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June 6, 2019

Today was a beautiful sunny day and a perfect sightseeing day. Bert and Cheryl took us to the funicular (cable car) which takes you up to the top of Monserrate. Monserrate is a hill that dominates the city center of Bogotá. It rises to 3,152 metres above sea level,...

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June 5, 2019

Our second day of teacher training at Gracia y Amor Christian School. Just the teachers from this school were the trainees today and there were 18 to 20 present. As yesterday, Javier gave a 30 minute devotional at the beginning of the day, and I was told, by those who...

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July 4, 2019

Day one of two days of teacher training at Collegio Christiana Gracia y Amor, a Christian school in north western Bogota. Today we had an audience of 64 which was composed of a few parents and teachers from several schools in the Bogota area. Tomorrow it will just be...

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July 3, 2019

We are in Bogota! We arrived late last night, with no problems in our travels. Today is Carla’s Birthday. 🎂 We spent the day resting, planning, and playing with the Dishman children. I got to accompany Lauren on her grocery shopping trip - Uber there, taxi back and...

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June 7, 2019

Today is our last full day in Uganda, and the last day of the Inter-term. The students turned in their reflection questions and presented their units so they can be graded and receive credit for the course. They were given the first 30 minutes of class to put their...

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June 6, 2019

Today Dale wrapped up the Shepherding and gave an assignment to assess what the students have learned. They have to turn it in tomorrow. Next, Carla put the students to work on their project to create a unit showing what they have learned and understood from her...

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June 5, 2019

It’s kind of a chilly day as we begin our third day of Inter-term. We all were able to make it to the 15 min chapel service at 8 :00 am! Chapel is held for 15 minutes every morning throughout the school year and Inter-term where they sing and have a short devotional....

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June 4, 2019

Second day of the Inter-term course. We had a shaky start to the day because the instructors both had a bad night with not feeling well. However, despite feeling out of sorts, both Carla and Dale are teaching well! Need to applaud their perseverance. The students seem...

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