On October 8th, I'll start teaching Sunday school and I'm really excited about it. Most people see Sunday school as a hobby but to me it's the most important thing ever. My knowledge of the Bible is still mediocre, I definitely need to improve that, but my enthusiasm is tremendous and I have a great experience as a high school teacher. I also had a one year preparation for this, so I'm feeling confident. May Jesus bless me and my students. And may the Holy Spirit inspire us. My approach is this: I don't want to preach or indoctrinate, I just want them to know and befriend Jesus. It's the Holy Spirit that does all the real work, not me. I actually believe that the Father wants me to do this and here are two interesting facts: a) I'm a high school teacher and this year I was hired by the school that is nearest to the church. This will allow me to save time, money and always arrive on time. b) A few days ago, I thought I hadn't been accepted by the church and was feeling very depressed. I prayed to the Father and told Him 'it's in Your hands now'. One hour later, at 10 p.m., I get a phone call from the priest telling me that I had been accepted! Pray for me! And any tips and ideas for my lessons are more than welcome!