Here, George tells how we are generally shaped by the people we meet daily in routine encounters, who will often leave a lasting impression on a few. He invites the reader to join him, the companion and co-parent, as he learns the value of being a perennial student. To some, a regular friend from another place. From imperfect student life in Kenya to chasing the rainbow in Scotland and finally to Baptist ministry in Lancashire—where he spends some of his time plying his ministerial vocation as club chaplain at League One side Fleetwood Town and occasionally listening to fishermen spin their yarn. Life for George is an endless opportunity to glean from those who have learnt from the best.
Teachers for Life
Most educators are remembered in passing – their legacies often confined to classroom walls and fleeting school years. But imagine a world where teachers can reconnect with their former students, not just as distant memories, but as influential figures in their lives once again. Teachers for Life ...