What’s Your Teaching Style?

February 16, 2015
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Hey there teacher. Yes you. Even if you’re not asked to stand in front of a weekly class you are a teacher. Either you will be asked to fill-in every now again or your personal conversations with young people will help to teach them how to interact with other adults. Like it or not, we.. read more →

Dealing with ‘THAT’ kid

December 1, 2014
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Johnny sit down. Johnny stop yelling. Johnny stop pulling her hair. Johnny sit down. No you may not see how far that Bible can fly. Get your finger out of Ashley’s ear. Johnny sit down! Save your fart noises til after class. Johnny, we don’t say those words in church. Now why did you hit.. read more →

Holiness: Leilani’s Response

March 13, 2014
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Lt. Olivia Munn Leilani is a grandmother, but you would never guess it because she looks 30.  Actually, I’m pretty sure she isn’t much older than 30.  She has the most beautiful grandchildren, and they are fixtures at our corps – they are the kind of kids who are here Sunday through Friday, and they.. read more →

EQUIP A GENERATION: March

March 6, 2014
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Sheila Livingston Adults are wringing their hands over their children’s strange and worrying behaviors. ‘Comic books are behind the youth problem. They cause everything from delinquency to dyslexia.’ *1 ‘The youth of the world today is touched with madness, literally sick with an aberrant condition of mind.’  *2 So said a couple of authorities of.. read more →

IMPACT A GENERATION: February

February 24, 2014
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Sheila Livingston The first thing you should know is that I drink coffee – a lot of coffee. I have since I was a little girl and our family’s comfort food was a fresh loaf of Italian bread from the corner bakery with butter and jelly, and coffee with milk and sugar. You’ve seen those.. read more →