The Cornerstone Devotions For Teachers is a separate blog I use to share spiritual reflections on teaching and to give web visitors a chance to share their stories, as well. The blog began as a formal devotions site, but in the coming months, you’ll notice more random musings, links to useful Christian resources, and interactive features, such as polls and discussions about current events and education from a spiritual perspective. Click here to subscribe to The Cornerstone Devotions for Teachers by email.
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Check out my new teacher devotions book!
The Awakened Devotional Study Guide for Christian Educators is the latest release (July 2012)! This workbook is designed to deepen Christian teachers’ understanding of the principles in Awakened: Change Your Mindset to Transform Your Teaching, elaborating on what God’s word has to say about renewing our minds. For each Awakened chapter, this guide provides an opening reflection, devotion, further scripture reading, application questions, “to do” challenge, and a prayer that invites God to help you in applying the principles to your life.