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How to ask your alumni to address your SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, & Threats) Analysis.

Do you feel your school has weaknesses and strengths you may be blind to on the inside? Are you struggling at connecting with your alumni who are now across the globe?  581 more words

Life Issues

Encouraging Positive Behavior: Be Prepared

“Common sense isn’t common to everyone.” My father has always said that. As he has been a teacher, Pastor, and ministry leader for over 60 years, I consider him a very reliable source. 1,704 more words

Children's Ministry

Schooling the World

The key to the development of human intelligence and learning is that it is an organic process, in which a myriad of elements – some seen but many unseen – engage in a dynamic interplay to produce results which are stubbornly unpredictable in both timing and ultimate outcome.

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Is Your CE Program Making a Difference?

By Israel Galindo, Associate Dean for Lifelong Learning

Much of my consultation with schools focuses on educational assessment. Rarely is that the focus of a consultation in a congregation. 670 more words

Lifelong Learning

2015-2016 Reading List

Below is a list of books that I aspire to read in 2016, am currently reading, or highly recommend :-)

I hope they are a blessing to you as they have been a blessing to me! 34 more words

Christian Education

Bloom Where You’re Planted

 By Tina Olesen

Almost two years ago I visited Toronto for the first time. I remember feeling an odd sort of sadness as I lifted off from Pearson and watched the city slowly disappear from beneath me. 748 more words


Forty Names of Jesus: A Lenten Devotional for Families

Having been raised Southern Baptist in the 1980’s, I’m not sure that I heard the word Lent before I was a Religion major in college. Since learning of the liturgical calendar, I have been fascinated with this way of faith that gives a structure to the year and an intention to my worship. 800 more words