It is so much easier for me to "see" if I tell a story. This blog is one of the places that happens.

Cussing in Class

Last Friday was my last day with my students. I say “with” my students, but I wasn’t really “with” them. In all my years in education, I’ve never had a stranger end to my year. There would be no classrooms filled with laughter or cheers when that final bell rings. There would be no high fives at the door or lingering conversations in the hallway. It wouldn’t be the same, but I wasn’t going to let the summer come without one last video meeting to share a few Instant Replays and say goodbye. Electronic bells chimed, and the heads of my students started appearing on my screen. First it was Seth, a giant lineman on the football team. “Hi Seth,” I said. He answered by putting on some sung

Lessons from a Lizard--A Young Life Talk

My lizard, Spike, experiences his own kind of social distancing, but he doesn't feel the pain of it like we do. This is the Young Life talk I gave last week about Jesus moving in close, helping us take off our masks, when everyone else is moving away.

If you enjoy reading my blog, join my mailing list and receive a FREE copy of 6 Critical Ways to See God in Your Story as well as updates about new blog posts.

Featured Posts
Recent Posts
Archive
Search By Tags
Links to Follow
  • YouTube Social  Icon
  • Instagram Social Icon
  • Facebook Basic Square

© 2020 by That They May See Erin Ahnfeldt

Colorado Springs