Doktor. Martin Luther King Day Outreach? Dr. Naučnik

Doktor. Naučnik

Poštovani dr.. Naučnik,

Imate li kakve ideje za SE na Dr. Martin Luther King Day?

Pastor Eugene Jackson
–Detroit Michigan


To je izvrsno pitanje! Većina škola bi volio imati članovi vaše crkve pomoći tijekom programa i svečanosti na ovom vrlo važnom danu. Zapravo, Zašto ne domaćin roditelj učitelj uvažavanje večeru u jednom od svojih lokalnih škola? To će biti lako za napraviti. Sve to uključuje da normalno nedjelja crkva društveni ili kasni na cesti tijekom sljedećeg sastanka PTA. Ti bi mogao proširiti ovaj mali doseg u čitanju tutorski program. Poduke čitanje je zapravo lakše nego što se čini. Djeca vole čitati na–čak i starija djeca. Kao što ih pridobiti čitajući nekoliko priče, onda proširiti dalje i pokazati im kako čitati na vlastitu. Ja ću vas pustiti na malo tajna. Kada pročitate naglas djeci, visualation priče dolazi prirodno. Većina djece koja imaju poteškoća s čitanjem nedostaje sposobnost da se prevesti niza znakova na stranici u viual kontekst u mozgu. To je su li doći. Naravno tu su i neka djeca koja imaju ozbiljne poteškoće u učenju koje zahtijevaju intervenciju trenirao profesionalni, ali ono što im često nedostaje još je lice vremena s brižnom odrasle koji modela učenja za njih. To malo ulaganja svog vremena i energije će platiti ogromne dividende u njihovim životima. Ekonomija je jako loše sada, i obitelji s djecom jako se osjeća žuljati. Tako su učitelji i škole. Zašto ne razmislite sponzorira nekoliko djece ili učionicu s knjigama za čitanje za održivi tihi čitanje? Ja čak mogu vas staviti u kontaktu s velikom tvrtkom koja prodaje knjige s African American tema za škole, učitelji, i obitelji učenika u fantastičnoj cijeni. Ako ispadne ime našeg urednika, ćete dobiti dodatni popust:

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–Doktor. Naučnik


Koliko novca je potrebno da bi početi raditi sluga Evangelism Steve Sjogren

Broj čitatelja napisao u nama, dijeleći svoju želju doći do ljudi u svojoj zajednici, ali frustriran zbog nedostatka financijskih sredstava. Nadam se da ovaj video vam pomaže da se krene naprijed, bez obzira što je vaša financijska situacija:

Koliko novca je potrebno za početak sluga Evangelism?

Također, you will want to check out my interview with Mike Slaughter, pastor of Ginghamsburg Church in Tipp City, OH. We talked about how it’s time to rediscover our apostolic DNA and become the church Christ intended us to be.

Držite hodanje u odljeva!

Steve

PS – Please let your friends know by pointing them to ServeCoach.com!

Prijatelji i obitelj plana

Naši prijatelji i obitelji nas najbolje znam. Oni mogu biti brutalno iskren. Oni znaju pravi nas–prednosti i slabosti. To je čak istina za Isusa. Dovoljno je pogledati na prvom čudu je ikad izvedena:

Tri dana kasnije došlo je vjenčanje u selu Kani Galilejskoj. Isus’ majka je bila tamo. Jesus and his disciples were guests also. When they started running low on wine at the wedding banquet, Isus’ mother told him, “They’re just about out of wine.”

Jesus said, “Is that any of our business, Mother—yours or mine? This isn’t my time. Don’t push me.

She went ahead anyway, telling the servants, “Whatever he tells you, do it.”

Six stoneware water pots were there, used by the Jews for ritual washings. Each held twenty to thirty gallons. Jesus ordered the servants, “Fill the pots with water.” And they filled them to the brim.

“Now fill your pitchers and take them to the host,” Jesus said, and they did.

When the host tasted the water that had become wine (he didn’t know what had just happened but the servants, of course, knew), he called out to the bridegroom, “Everybody I know begins with their finest wines and after the guests have had their fill brings in the cheap stuff. But you’ve saved the best till now!”

This act in Cana of Galilee was the first sign Jesus gave, the first glimpse of his glory. And his disciples believed in him. John 2:1-11 (The Message)

Sometimes our biggest leaps in growth as we endeavor to become more outward focus will occur when we stop, look and listen to how those closest to us perceive us. Recently my father was in town and he took my brother and I out for a steak dinner at an expensive restaurant. Over an after-dinner drink and cigar, my father and brother, agnostic on their best days and pagans on their worst, expressed something that broke my heart:

“You know, I thought this church thing would be just a fad with you. I am glad you stuck with it, it has made you a better person in the long run. What I still don’t get about you and all this God stuff, is why you seem to love strangers more than your own flesh and blood.”

Sjajan potez. I was dumbfounded. How do you respond to such a brutal observation? They were right and I knew it as both of them proceeded to tell me how it made them and the rest of the family feel when I seemed more concerned with serving and loving others rather than my own family. It was a type of intervention that could only be done by men smoking cigars. It was heart-wrenching, but quite true. I had slipped out into the dangerous rapids of the OUTFLOW lifestyle and did not realize it. I was grasping onto flotsam and jetsam of this world, any that passed by, rather than taking hold of things of value.

It has long been a secret torment to me that I have had smashing success at evangelism with people I don’t know, meanwhile just about my entire family resist all forms of God and despise anything religious. Don’t misunderstand what I am saying here. I would never lay a guilt trip on anyone about their ownership over their family’s salvation. Zapravo, I guess I am just thinking aloud here as I write this. Mislim, if you are a regular reader of Serve! magazine, chances are you are an expert at servant evangelism. That raises a question though. How good are you at serving those closest to you? This month we are going to pause and consider this. There will not be any articles from me in this issue. Instead I am calling on wiser voices to address a serious need. How do you serve your friends and family–the people that know you best?

Here is what I do know. The bible passage above can be very helpful in this. Look at the interaction between Jesus and his mom. Maybe I am reading more into than is actually there, but I see two things in the subtext of the passage:

  • 1) Jesus seemed a bit perturbed at his mother being pushy and telling how and when do ministry.
  • 2) His mom did indeed know best. It was a very powerful miracle and seemed to solidify his disciples from a ragtag band of loose cannons into a cohesive team

So what can we learn from our families and the experience of serving them? Read the rest of this issue to learn from some of the best voices on the topic!