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One of the most touching scenes in the New Testament takes place in this passage of Scripture. Mary Magdalene came back to the tomb, arriving just as John and Peter were leaving.
We attend many Christian education and homeschool conferences each year. Stop by to speak with our friendly representatives and to take a look at our curriculum materials. We look forward to meeting you!
Welcome our newest Team Member, Roy Faletti!
Did you know that Saint Patrick wasn’t from Ireland? In fact, Saint Patrick’s real name wasn’t even Patrick—it was actually Maewyn Succat. God used him to plant many churches in Ireland and help spread the gospel across the nation.
Maintaining a God-Focus is one of our core values at Positive Action. We believe that true character change can only come about as students come to know and love God. Frank Hamrick shares some of this philosophy in his book, The Heart of the Matter. In the excerpt below, he explains how teachers should emphasize a proper heart over conformity in the classroom.
The school year is approaching the halfway point, but there is still time to squeeze a Positive Action Bible study into the school year. Most of our middle school and high school studies have 35 lessons to cover an entire academic year, but we also have options for homeschool and Christian school teachers looking for something shorter to fill a partial or entire semester.
Encouraging teachers is an important part of our ministry. If you ever visit our booth at a Christian school convention or a homeschool convention, you will probably notice our devotionals for teachers. One devotional we love to share is called Apples for Teachers: A Daily Devotional from the Book of Proverbs. Here is an encouraging devotion on Proverbs 7:1–2.
Positive Action for Christ offers several daily devotionals. We have a new devotional scheduled to launch next year titled Meaning for Your Labor: A Daily Devotional from the Book of Ecclesiastes. From our new book, here is an encouraging devotion on Ecclesiastes 3:10.
Positive Action Bible Curriculum is on Curriculum Trak! Curriculum Trak is an online curriculum mapping software that provides teachers with lesson planning and classroom management help.
It's that time of the year again—another school year is launching at full speed. You’re preparing lessons as well as teaching in the classroom. There’s a lot going on, and we want to help make your job easier. Did you know that we offer additional tools to help you teach our elementary studies?
I first encountered Positive Action for Christ in Bible college, when one of my lecturers gave me a copy of The Book of Remembrance. But it wasn’t until years later that I learned that Positive Action produced that devotional resource.
Uncommon Currency contains five lessons from the Gospels which feature coins as illustrations. Using coins, Jesus taught His disciples about gratitude, humility, and devotion. As Jesus’ disciples today, we can learn the same important truths from His illustrations.