Good morning, Father, I am blessed beyond measure! I am here to magnify Your name. I love You, Lord. When I fall short, You react with lovingkindness and grace. Thank You, Jesus for praying for me. Help me to depend on You. Enable me to serve in Preschool in a most excellent, effective, and efficient way. I desire to plant seeds for Your harvest. In the power of Jesus name, Amen.
Monthly Archives: May 2014
You may have heard me use this phrase many times, but here it goes again: “God created children with the capacity to learn about Him.” One of my seminary professors used this phrase often in his teaching. I began thinking, “What does that phrase mean?” First, God made children to be multi-sensory learners. They learn in a variety of ways, but you need to allow them to use their senses (sight, hearing, touch, smell, and taste) as well. Consider the … Continue reading
Young children are like sponges; they are continually absorbing and learning from the world around them. So when they come to church, they are learning here, too. In this section, you will find information to help you know how to interact with preschoolers at the different age levels and teach biblical truths on their level of understanding.
Good morning Father, I enter Your sanctuary with awe, amazement, and wonder. I begin this day in praise of You. Convict me of things that get me off course and out of Your will. Lord, cultivate in me a thankful heart, so that I can thank You for those private miracles. Help me to live so that my service to You brings You glory. Inspire me to bless others as I teach preschoolers and interact with their families. I desire to walk in obedience … Continue reading
Reminders 1. Joe Hendricks will be here this Sunday to continue taking pictures of families and teachers for the book we are putting together for Florrie Anne. He will be here June 1, as well. So make plans now to let Joe take a picture of you and your family! 2. I hope you are enjoying this JourneyOn Preschool leader site. I plan to have more on the site for you next week. 3. Remember you can place your Leader Pack … Continue reading