“Come now, let us reason together, says the Lord: Though your sins are like scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they are red like crimson, they shall become like wool.” (Isaiah 1:18)
Reflections on Catholic Education
The Lord extends many invitations to us, but this invitation is one of my favorites. “Come, let us reason together.” In it, the Lord reveals to us that reasoning is part of our humanity and that transformation follows truth. I hope to embrace these concepts in my STEM classrooms. I also hope to inspire my students to grow in their love of our Heavenly Father through studying the laws and principles he created that govern our world. Studying mathematics and science help us to grow not just in knowledge, but in love— love of the One who created them. There is so much wonder, beauty, and order in creation to explore that reflect the character of our God. - Mrs. Erin Conner
Mrs. Erin Conner has been teaching for 15 years; after earning two Bachelor’s degrees from the Pennsylvania State University, and a Master’s of Education in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Maryland, she has taught in both private and public school settings. After moving to New Hampshire two years ago with her family, Erin founded Telos Educational Ministries, a non-profit that offers life-coaching and other services to help people fulfill their God-given potential. Erin lives in Lebanon with her husband, Joe Conner, the Associate Head Coach of the Men's Lacrosse Program at Dartmouth College, and their three children: Ethan, Gia, and Jace. In her free time, she loves to lead women’s bible studies.