We continue this Season’s focus on The Great Reset of Education at Tuesday 5/26, 1 PM Pacific on YouTube live.
Question: How do we prepare learners to inherit the fullness of God’s Kingdom in their lives?
Perspective: By rebuilding education on a foundation of:
- Innovation vs Preservation
- Abundance vs Scarcity
- Growth vs Fixed Mindset
|Innovation||Focused on Improving||Requires||Example|
|Disruptive||Measures of Performance||Values||Laptops|
This implies the most powerful form of education would be one where we teach students how to make us obsolete (see also: parenting).
Aligned Business Model
- Deeply understand what both individuals and society need
- Give adaptive education away for free, as efficiently as possible
- Create open, incarnational communities of practice to support optimal learning
- Benefit from the flourishing of the overall community
In the digital world, this is a federated social network with an onboarding “boot camp.”
In the spiritual world, this is an alternative to monastic orders.
He replied to them, “Now is the time for the Son of Man to be glorified. Let me make this clear: A single grain of wheat will never be more than a single grain of wheat unless it drops into the ground and dies. Because then it sprouts and produces a great harvest of wheat—all because one grain died.
“The person who loves his life and pampers himself will miss true life! But the one who detaches his life from this world and abandons himself to me, will find true life and enjoy it forever! If you want to be my disciple, follow me and you will go where I am going. And if you truly follow me as my disciple, the Father will shower his favor upon your life.
“Even though I am torn within, and my soul is in turmoil, I will not ask the Father to rescue me from this hour of trial. For I have come to fulfill my purpose— to offer myself to God. So, Father, bring glory to your name!” Then suddenly a booming voice was heard from the sky, “I have glorified my name! And I will glorify it through you again!”John 12:23-28 TPT
Jesus looked at his followers and said, “You people who are poor are blessed, because the kingdom of God belongs to you.”Luke 6:20 NCV
Jesus looked at him and said, “It is very hard for rich people to enter the kingdom of God. It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich person to enter the kingdom of God.”Luke 18:24-25 NCV
Jesus answered, “I tell you the truth, unless you are born again, you cannot be in God’s kingdom.”John 3:3 NCV
All of this proves that God’s judgment is always perfect and is intended to make you worthy of inheriting the kingdom of God, which is why you are going through these troubles.2 Thessalonians 1:5 TPT