Tag Archives: high school
Today was my creativity deadline. As of today, all artistic elements of the video project I do for our graduating seniors each year are locked down. In the past, I have come to the final days (before the seniors and … Continue reading
I love my church. I suppose I would have said that at any point along my journey through several churches and parachurch ministry environments, ranging from simple and passionate, to manipulative and ultimately toxic, to healthy and vibrant. In the … Continue reading
Wisdom from my friend Dennis Beckner from Saddleback Church in Southern California. OK, so we’ve never actually met, but we share a passion for volunteering and resourcing other volunteers like ourselves. His niche is leading high school small groups, as … Continue reading
When this all-male public charter school in Chicago started four years ago, only 4% of its students could read at their grade level. Every single one of these 107 seniors has now been accepted to a four-year college, with over … Continue reading
Our high school students invaded Life Time Fitness, an ice rink, and a bowling alley through the wee hours of the nights a few weeks ago. What better time to engage culture than with a fun recap? Enjoy!
Time for some reader participation! Recently our volunteer team spent a day with Katie Edwards, who has coordinated the volunteer team at Saddleback Church in Southern California. She started the morning by having us complete the following exercise, then share … Continue reading
We got back yesterday from our annual Winter Retreat to Jr. High Believe in Tulsa, just in time to NOT watch the Super Bowl, although I DVR’ed it to skip to the important parts… the commercials. I was especially thrilled … Continue reading