Carman teaches Accounting, Business and Computer and joined the staff at Cornerstone in 2013. She has been a teacher for many years and has had the opportunity to teach in a number of schools.  She is a seasoned teacher who came to Cornerstone feeling confident in her abilities.  What she discovered was that this would be her toughest year ever.

Cornerstone Presbyterian High School accepts students of various backgrounds and abilities, and guides them in a transformed life in Christ. Many students who come to Cornerstone are not accepted at other schools because of learning or behavioural difficulties.  Cornerstone receives them as children created by God and prayerfully guides them with God’s love. The challenges present the need to work harder at finding new approaches in order to reach the hearts of the students. 

Despite the challenges that Carman faces she said that Cornerstone is where her heart is the fullest.  It’s the toughest job but it’s the best job.  The joy that she feels at having the opportunity to reach kids, show them the love of Christ and give them opportunities that they may never have had far outweigh the challenges.

- Story shared by a HANDS team member who traveled to Belize, worked at Cornerstone, and was blessed to hear Carman’s story and get to know her better.

Jun 26, 2014 at 11:44 pm


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