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The one and only AC joins the boys and is introduced as the official "SYM Show Sub," and joins the conversatio»
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Every intuitive leader understands the importance of investing in the next generation of students and twenty-somethings.  The question we all must deal with is what is the best way to go about this?  The Bible gives us great insights and offers King David as a model for an ideal way for serving the next crop […]
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Every intuitive leader understands the importance of investing in the next generation of students and twenty-somethings.  The question we all must deal with is what is the best way to go about this?  The Bible gives us great insights and offers King David as a model for an ideal way for serving the next crop […]
Blog Entry | Church Leadership >
Every intuitive leader understands the importance of investing in the next generation of students and twenty-somethings.  The question we all must deal with is what is the best way to go about this?  The Bible gives us great insights and offers King David as a model for an ideal way for serving the next crop […]
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Different students show up at different points in their spiritual journey, which makes it challenging to plan and program
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Over the years I’ve had various students who just don’t seem that interested in learning. Some of them appear lazy, others are disorganized. And occasionally there’s one who just seems completely apathetic. I have to admit there have been times that I haven’t really been the best at motivating these students. I really do try, but sometimes it’s just overwhelming, isn’t it? Sometimes we feel like nothing we̵»
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Dangers?!? What possible dangers are there in messaging students?
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When you think about your students, do you find yourself naturally putting them into categories? There’s the sharp ones, the creative ones, the disruptive ones, the ones with attitude problems, the ones with academic struggles, etc…. It’s only natural to start labeling people, but if we really want every one of our students to succeed – and I know we do - then we have to stop labeling them and start believing in them. All»
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Studies Find More Students Cheating
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"I no longer have to grade students just by looking at them. Now I know if they are really working,"