Teachers are not necessarily experts on every subject knowledge. Instead, keeping humble and hungry for new things could make us sensitive to the kids’ real needs. Technology is one of the ever-renewing things that we would better embrace. Since the first iPad was sold in 2010, learning and teaching in the classroom have changed. The mentality of e-learning has even sprinted forward at a breakneck pace during the pandemic outbreak. Not sure if a teacher is still putting “I’m not good with technology” as an excuse and barely using electronic platforms or devices in teaching. Living in an era with a flooding of new knowledge, both the kids and the teachers are lifelong learners. In fact, life is itself a learning journey, for only dead men stop learning. Yet, compared with technology, the knowledge of the Lord is the real essence teachers need to possess. Teachers are not necessarily experts on every subject knowledge, but we should be sensitive to the kids’ real needs” “All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the servant of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work.－2 Timothy 3:16-17”. I can’t foresee what kind of technology the kids should be prepared for their digital future, but I’m sure the word of the Lord can equip them for every good work.