What you can do now!
- for God to give you vision for bringing Anchorsaway into your community
- for a trained teacher and others to join together to make this class a reality
- for the hearts and minds of young men and women that will be attending an Anchorsaway class
- for personal regeneration, moral restoration and cultural revival for your community
Teacher’s Worldview Curriculum
After you complete the syllabus and send it back to us, you will then be certified to teach. Once you purchase an Teacher’s Worldview Curriculum, a login will be issued for you to enter into the Anchorsaway teacher’s website. This site has all the tools you need to effectively teach each lesson. The teacher’s site includes videos for each lesson, PowerPoints, movie clips and other helps that will equip you to successfully communicate biblical worldview to your class.
If you are a parent…
Tell others about Anchorsaway and find parents who share your enthusiasm in making sure your children are well grounded in their Christian faith and are ready to make a difference for Christ in all of life. Invite them to visit our website. You can also volunteer to provide light refreshments for an Anchorsaway class in your community.
If you are a networker, this is for you!
Every successful Anchorsaway class needs a good teacher, an administrator, small group leaders and supportive parents! A networker gathers these people together and begins the process of building a solid base for a successful class. Also, from this group, a parent will hopefully open up their home as a meeting place. Don’t forget to include para-church ministries as they can recommend their junior and senior students attend these classes.
If you have a home, open it up!
One of the reasons students enjoy their classes is because of the warm environment a home setting offers. Students who are searching for God are more open to come to a home rather than a school or a church. Classes go from January through April, one night a week from 7:00 pm until about 9:30 pm.
If you would like to adopt a class in your community…
One way to do this is by purchasing handbooks for students who cannot afford them. Another way is by donating money for a teacher to be trained and for the teacher curriculum. You might also want to be a small group leader or help bring snacks when needed.