Heartwork loves to resource Christian schools in the great work you are already doing.

If you are an educator wondering how to disciple students through entitlement and self-focus, we would love to help. Heartwork can come alongside your staff to help open students eyes, and to foster unity, repentance, sacrifice and generosity on your campus. The 30 Days of Heartwork program will focus a particular class, a team, or your entire student K-12 student body on learning about and practicing service for one month. We provide the curriculum, video, social media content, parent communication and teacher training to so that you can focus on relationships with students. The Heartwork journey will educate, challenge, and empower your students on poverty and cultural issues. It’s available as a book, bible class/chapel curriculum, and can even be texted to your students.

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Your 30 Days Kit includes:

  • 5 chapel sermon outlines with keynote presentations and discussion guides

  • 20 Days (4 weeks/5 days each) of teacher activity and teaching outlines for elementary aged classrooms

  • Weekly videos (choose from 9) and 30 beautifully designed social media graphics

  • E-book for teachers

  • 1 hour training curriculum outline for administration to provide to teachers

  • Design plans for 5 weekly experiential displays for a “walk-through” Heartwork room (includes virtual reality experience and video)

  • Parent e-book and 5 crafted parent emails for each week

  • PDF of empathy challenge calendar for digital distribution to group for printing

  • Daily Teacher Curriculum Guide with Key Themes, Engaging Activities, Bible Teaching and Discussion Topics

Services we provide:

  • 30 daily devotionals for students (via series of 10 text messages and YouVersion Bible App) with scripture and daily challenges for junior high and high school students

  • Before/After student assessments

  • Phone consultation on selecting a project and campaign plan

  • Consultation on creating a Heartwork brand at your school that provides unity and common language for all things “outreach” oriented


Our Commitment

Our mission is to see your group succeed and discover the incredible joy of spending yourselves for others. We promise to do our best to serve you!

  • We’ll provide all of the resources you need to launch a high-quality campaign

  • We’ll be available by phone or email to consult with you before and throughout your campaign

  • We’ll provide you with the anonymous and informative data from the before/after assessments

  • We’ll communicate to your students via text message only about the 30 Days of Heartwork campaign, and invite them to follow us on social media for any additional opportunities they may choose to participate in

  • We’ll invite your school into the Heartwork family, to continue your journey as a regular rhythm of self-sacrifice and service become defining characteristics of your group

Your Commitment

Heartwork is a radical invitation to live differently. It’s very simple but it’s not easy and it shouldn’t be! Challenges are how we grow, so we invite you to take this on with faith and passion!

  • You’ll spend 5 weeks of your spiritual formation time focused on this message of students growing by spending themselves for a project of your choice, in your community or around the world

  • You’ll use 5 minutes during the kickoff and closing nights to allow high school students to fill out the before/after assessments on their phones (or we can provide the link to print and mail)

  • You’ll inform and encourage students to participate in the 30 daily devotionals and empathy challenges

  • You’ll customize and use the HW resource kit to lead a campaign that impacts your students and community

  • You’ll share the amazing stories of your group and students with Heartwork

“Kids are growing up in a world of entitlement and lacking a heart of gratitude. It’s tough to help kids think outside of themselves! Heartwork can help you fulfill your mission, particularly as it relates to spiritual formation.”

Dan Egler, President of the Association of Christian Schools International