An appreciation for and love of Truth occurs at a young age.
Early years spent in Sunday School help shape this author’s sense of right and wrong.
Gratitude for lessons learned in Sunday School—more important than those learned in school, college, and graduate school.
A young student in the Christian Science Sunday School knew just where to turn when she was stung by a wasp.
One teacher’s encouragement makes all the difference.
Over the years, this author used what she’d learned in Sunday School as a foundation to meet every family need.
The author reflects on some lessons a Sunday school teacher taught.
The Sunday School teacher and the student participate together in a spiritual adventure.
I will always remember the dedication of my Sunday School teachers as they awakened in me a love for the Ten Commandments, the Lord’s Prayer (with its spiritual interpretation by Mary Baker Eddy), and the Sermon on the Mount, especially the Beatitudes (see Mary Baker Eddy, Church Manual, p. 63).
As a new Sunday School teacher, the writer prayed that God would show her how to teach effectively.