Learning and Teaching at Gilson College

Learning for living, Character for life, Hope for the Future

Adventist Schools Australia – Ministry of Teaching video, 2012

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Our ministry to our students and school communities is that of teaching. Let’s continue to encourage young people in our schools to also consider taking up this vital work, so that they also may make a difference for those who come after them!

In a recent letter to State Directors of Education and Adventist Church pastors and ministry teams Dr Daryl Murdoch, National Director Of Education, Adventist Schools Australia wrote:

‘Education Day 2012 

…Sabbath August 11 is a special Sabbath set aside to focus on our Adventist school system. Our schools are a core ministry of the church and it is our continued commitment to ensure that they provide the very best for the children in their care. As such we want to ensure that we are attracting and calling passionate and committed people to teach in our schools.

These videos have been produced with one aim in mind – to call people to the ministry of teaching, to make a difference, and as such influence the next generation for Christ…’

One of these videos was shown on August 11 in many Adventist churches around Australia and I post them on this blog for viewing by those who follow the blog. The shorter is 60 seconds in length and the longer version runs for 4 minutes and 22 seconds. Perhaps these might inspire a young person you know to consider a teaching career…

Long version

Short version

Author: Sandra England

Learning & Teaching Coordinator F-12 at Gilson College, an Adventist Schools Victoria school. Twitter: @GCLandT or @sandy_e

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