Shepherd Leadership

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Shepherd Leadership

School Curriculum​

Shepherd Leadership

School Curriculum​

Welcome, Lower Primary 3 Student, to the Shepherd Leadership Program especially for kids like you!

Welcome, Lower Primary 3 Student, to the Shepherd Leadership Program especially for kids like you!

Welcome, Lower Primary 3 Student, to the Shepherd Leadership Program especially for kids like you!

It’s time to learn more about leading others like Jesus, our Good Shepherd. Completing the activities below will help you grow in your ability to do just that. Have fun! 

  1. Download and decode the secret shepherding message found in the Cryptogram. Pray about what you find and write a note of encouragement to someone in your class or your family with this message. 
  2. Watch three Shepherds in Action interviews and list how the behaviors of each shepherd of people compares to the behaviors of a shepherd of sheep. Interviews are found at www.PresencePoint.com in the Stories of Impact section on the home page. There’s even an interview with 8-year-old shepherd leader if you want to check that out. 
  3. Read Psalm 23 in two or three different Bible translations if possible. List on a piece of paper everything King David says God does as his shepherd.  
  4. Create a shepherd leadership collage from craft materials, old magazines, old picture books, or found objects. Incorporate things that remind you to shepherd well, like Jesus does. Share it with your class or teacher and tell them why you chose each item.  

It’s time to learn more about leading others like Jesus, our Good Shepherd. Completing the activities below will help you grow in your ability to do just that. Have fun! 

  1. Download and decode the secret shepherding message found in the Cryptogram. Pray about what you find and write a note of encouragement to someone in your class or your family with this message. 
  2. Watch three Shepherds in Action interviews and list how the behaviors of each shepherd of people compares to the behaviors of a shepherd of sheep. Interviews are found at www.PresencePoint.com in the Stories of Impact section on the home page. There’s even an interview with 8-year-old shepherd leader if you want to check that out. 
  3. Read Psalm 23 in two or three different Bible translations if possible. List on a piece of paper everything King David says God does as his shepherd.  
  4. Create a shepherd leadership collage from craft materials, old magazines, old picture books, or found objects. Incorporate things that remind you to shepherd well, like Jesus does. Share it with your class or teacher and tell them why you chose each item.  

It’s time to learn more about leading others like Jesus, our Good Shepherd. Completing the activities below will help you grow in your ability to do just that. Have fun! 

  1. Download and decode the secret shepherding message found in the Cryptogram. Pray about what you find and write a note of encouragement to someone in your class or your family with this message. 
  2. Watch three Shepherds in Action interviews and list how the behaviors of each shepherd of people compares to the behaviors of a shepherd of sheep. Interviews are found at www.PresencePoint.com in the Stories of Impact section on the home page. There’s even an interview with 8-year-old shepherd leader if you want to check that out. 
  3. Read Psalm 23 in two or three different Bible translations if possible. List on a piece of paper everything King David says God does as his shepherd.  
  4. Create a shepherd leadership collage from craft materials, old magazines, old picture books, or found objects. Incorporate things that remind you to shepherd well, like Jesus does. Share it with your class or teacher and tell them why you chose each item.  

Lead well everywhere you influence.

Lead well everywhere you influence.

Lead well everywhere you influence.

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