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Are you one of the 50 million people who read Rick Warren’s Purpose Driven Life? The book’s first sentence states: It’s not about you. This message is enduring and uncomfortably true — it’s not about you or me. It is about Jesus. Even when it comes to teaching. 


As Christ-followers, our purpose goes so much deeper than student achievement. But it can feel overwhelming trying to meet both our student’s spiritual and academic needs while cultivating their individual potential. 


Why not let GENEROSITY be your guide?


Weaving generosity into your teaching shifts your students’ focus (and yours!) outward toward others and upward toward God, giving them an attitude of gratitude. Developing your students’ generous hearts empowers them to help and serve each other while thriving both academically and socially.  

Our Generous Students K-8 biblically-immersed social-emotional learning (SEL) program helps students navigate life with purpose. It integrates the principles of Generosity, kindness, and empathy into every aspect of the learning environment. Through engaging activities, thoughtful discussions, and intentional practices, students’ hearts are nurtured and the classroom culture is infused with positivity. Our program reframes student thinking, equipping them with the tools they need to thrive academically, emotionally, and spiritually.

Prioritizing our transformative biblical SEL program can profoundly impact your students’ lives. Check out Generous Classroom to download sample lessons, meet with our school specialists, or read about The 7 Ways of Living Generously. 

Your purpose is unleashed when you cultivate a culture of Generosity and Jesus’ love in your classroom — changing one student at a time!

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