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Game Changer

You can accept reality without believing every yarn it spins. 

        ~ Robert Brault


And me? I’m singing your prowess,

    shouting at cockcrow your largesse,

For you’ve been a safe place for me, 311 more words

Communication Builds Community

For school leaders to find true success that is longstanding and collaborative, they need to establish a strong, positive, and caring community within their school.   This can be achieved by increasing communication because “Communication Builds Community.”  Communication allows community members to be connected to your school and it helps them support your school’s mission and students.   353 more words

An Elevator Message for Your School

If you were in an elevator and someone asked you to describe your school before the elevator hits the fifteenth floor, could you do it?  Every school leader needs to have an elevator message about their school which describes and paints a picture of your school to a complete stranger.   299 more words

Chase Learning Starts Today

I am pleased to announce that today is the start of a new journey for me as I launch an educational consulting business entitled Chase Learning.   345 more words

A gift for you to give!

It is an old saying:

‘Life is a gift from God.  What we do with that life is our gift to Him.’

It is also said that ‘life happens while you are making other plans.’  I believe every life matters…every life reveals the very glory of the Maker.   165 more words


Telling Your Story ~ Weekly Devotionals ~ Week 7 by Rev. Dana Werts

Day 1  Be Alert: Set Your Spiritual Radar on High                     Luke 19:1-10

“Jesus entered Jericho and was passing through. A man was there by the name of Zacchaeus; he was a chief tax collector and was wealthy. 2,895 more words

Middletown UMC

Artsy Shark post

I wrote a guest post for Artsy Shark giving visual artists tips on how to verbally communicate their passion. Some of you may like it too. 19 more words

On Writing