Category Archives: Ζητέω

You Got a Problem?

I’m sure you have heard something like, “Necessity is the mother of invention,” “No pain, no gain,” or Robert Schuller’s, “Problems are not stop signs, they are guidelines.” Well, soundbites like these are often true for your students too. They don’t merely need information, they need a problem to solve. So, you got a problem? […]

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5 Ways to Communicate You Care

Seeking to Reach Them (Pt. 2) I heard somewhere that we should be the person we most needed earlier in life. I think of that at times when teaching. What kind of teacher did I need (and sometimes have) when I was a student? As an online student, one thing I needed and treasured when […]

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Seeking Strength to Stand

Enjoying the sun, feeling the breeze as you stand with so many others in the marketplace. Some speak of the weather, some of products and services, others of religion, still others of family joys … and struggles. Then, you hear it: the murmur announcing the arrival of a high-ranking government official. Peering down the street, […]

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Light in the Darkness

I’m one of those people who want to see God and be able to explain Him through anything handy. In reading Pilgrim’s Progress years ago, I was captivated by many things, but in particular by “Interpreter.” A fire sparked in me yearning for the ability to use common surroundings to clarify the Person and truths […]

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