Some Things Will Still Be the Same
Relationships, routines, and the familiar processes have a very definite place in our society because they produce order and security. Satan is after the very heart of our community, and he is accomplishing his goal by disrupting our schools.
I hope this list will encourage you to see that some things will still be the same, no matter how hard he works. Some of these things are little and speak to the fun of all things educational, but they are also little reminders of the “normal” in a school day.
40 Things About Teaching That Will Still Be the Same
God is Not the Author of Confusion
His Word teaches us steadfast and unchanging principles to live by. Teaching our students, and our own children, that there is a constant in their lives begins with pointing them to the Word, and then to the ways God remains faithful even though everything else may vary and change.
Psalm 143:8 says,
“Let the morning bring me word of your unfailing love, for I have put my trust in You. Show me the way I should go, for to You I entrust my life.”
Yes, this year may be very different, but because of Jesus, some things will always remain the same. The morning sun declares His consistency and should give us cause to trust Him. So, when the sun rises on the first academic day of the new school year, let it proclaim He is still the same!
Tell us what your school year looks like, and which of these 40 things hits home for you today.
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