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We Are All Teachers
Laura Booz: I guess you could say that I started teaching Sunday school when I was just a kid. My parents hung a blackboard in my bedroom. They gave me a box of white chalk, an eraser, and a book of Bible stories. I’d close my bedroom door, arrange my dolls in a semi-circle around my feet, and I sat in a little chair. One day’s class began with the song “This Is My Father’s World.” Then I read the poem “All Things Bright and Beautiful.”
At that point I could tell the children needed a snack, so we had a snack—a real snack. And while we munched, I prepared to teach the Bible story. I tucked pieces of notebook paper in their hands so they could take notes. I couldn’t wait to begin.
With a cookie still in my hand, I headed towards the blackboard and picked up a …
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