Hybrid Learning Environments Provide TeachBeyond with Gospel Opportunities in Restricted Nations

Image depicts students in a restricted access nation. (Photo courtesy of TeachBeyond)

Students and teachers worldwide continue to suffer from pandemic closures. Life may be getting closer to normal in the West, but schools were still closed in 26 countries last month and only partially re-opened in 55 nations.

TeachBeyond’s David Durance says there’s a silver lining to the global education crisis.

“One of the repercussions of [the] coronavirus [pandemic] is that it has accelerated trends. There’s a real awakening in many of our creative access countries [involving] hybrid learning environments, and these are sprouting up everywhere,” Durance says.

“We probably could have 20 new hybrid learning environments every year if we had the resources to do it.”

Society rejects and opposes the Gospel in places known as “creative access” nations.

“About 40-percent of our ministry now is in [the] creative access [sphere]; it is explosively growing,” Durance says.

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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Katey Hearth


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