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.
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Out fifth and last day of teacher training. This morning Carla started the day by reading a children's book, "The Runaway Bunny," to the class. She then related a biblical lesson from this secular book explaining how it is our bent to often sin and run from God, but...read more
Our fourth day of teacher training here in Gonaives. Day two for Quentin's course on strategies for teaching a second language, in this case French, using story books. It has been a good opportunity to encourage the teachers here to be using all the new library books...read more
Today is our third day of teacher training for the teachers at Docine. It is not a holiday here in Haiti. No BBQs for us. But we did have sliced hotdogs in the spaghetti we had for lunch. The newest member of our team, Quentin Nantz, has the floor today. He started...read more
It’s Carla's Birthday! Happy Birthday Carla! 🎂 Since her favorite thing to do is teach, it was Carla's turn to be the professor today. She did a review of the Foundations of Biblical Principles for teaching to pave the way for today's theme of Enduring Understandings....read more
Our first Day with the teachers from the Christian Academy of Docine. The classroom was almost ready at 8:00. The painting and electric work was pretty much done, the floor of the classroom had been swept and mopped, and four young men were bringing up the tables and...read more
Yesterday was a long day of travel. We were up at 3 am, and arrived in Port Au Prince at 1:30, just 30 minutes behind schedule, and waited for our new team member Quentin Natz, to soon arrive on the Delta flight. Our journey was pretty uneventful, but the adventure...read more
Headed to Gonaives, Haiti for a week with the teachers at the Christian Academy of Docine.read more
Today we leave Uganda for home. Of course we won't get home until tomorrow evening. I thought I would leave a short reflection on our time here: The landscape of Uganda is beautiful, green and lush. They have had a lot of rain recently. Driving around one sees large...read more
At New Hope Uganda We woke up this morning, after a cool night in our hut, to fog. It really was a beautiful morning as we walked from our hut to the guest house for breakfast. After breakfast we headed to the church. The service was to begin at 9 am, but there was...read more