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Targeting Comprehensive Christian Education

It never ceases to amaze me that anywhere in the world you say “Christian Education” people automatically think Sunday school. Is this the only Christian education the church does? If it is, then we are in big trouble. Let me explain….

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Last Chance for the 2020Vision Conferences

Register now for the two-day Orlando conference at www.pcacep.org/2020Vison. This conference will feature a great selection of resources for youth and children’s ministry that were not available at the first two conferences. You will be able to purchase these on site. Also, all conference participants will receive a cd…

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Suggested LT Reading List

The following resoureces are recommended in preparation for the 2011 Women’s Leadership Training Conference. Use these resources to begin focusing on LT now…

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How We Teach and How They Learn, Part 7 – The Dynamic Learner

Of the four learning styles, the dynamic learner (DL) is the most disliked by teachers. Why? Because teachers do not understand them, or know how to work with them. I hope, after you have read this, you will have a much better appreciation for these misunderstood learners, and know more about how to work with them.

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Dory, Optical Illusions, and the 2010 WIC Love Gift

By Steph Hubach. Over the years, our family has established a funny pattern of associating different people we know with characters in movies that we watch. This all started with my youngest son Tim, who has Down syndrome. When he was little, as a movie progressed, we’d all wait for him to identity the “who’s who” of that particular film…