Shepherd Leadership

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Shepherd Leadership

School Curriculum​

Shepherd Leadership

School Curriculum​

Welcome, Lower Secondary 1 Students, to the Shepherd Leadership Program designed just for you!

Welcome, Lower Secondary 1 Students, to the Shepherd Leadership Program designed just for you!

Welcome, Lower Secondary 1 Students, to the Shepherd Leadership Program designed just for you!

When you’re ready to influence your friends and family and lead better than ever before, just complete the steps below and enjoy the change it brings to your life! 

  1. Complete Episode #1 of the Teen/Young Adult Version of the “Leadership from the Shepherd’s Perspective” workshop on RightNow Media. (Episode #1 is titled “The Shepherding Experience.) Only include the F/P Expectations Exercise if you are completing this episode with a teacher or facilitator. 
  2. Perform a BibleGateway.com search of the words shepherd, sheep, ewe, ram, lamb, and flock, using the New International Version of Scripture. Determine in how many books of the Bible these words appear. Share with your teacher or mentor why you think God chose to use this analogy and how many references there were to shepherds as leaders of people, rather than real sheep. 
  3. You’ve probably figured out by now that since you influence and impact others, you’re a shepherd leader! With that in mind, download and complete the 30-Day Shepherd Leadership Challenge, Volume 1. The Challenge may be downloaded from the freePresence Point app. Decide which shepherding behavior you need to focus on most as a shepherd leader (Provision, Protection, or Presence). Create three tools or aids that will serve as reminders to you and prompt your continued development and improvement in this area. 
  4. Find two Biblical characters who were once shepherds of sheep and later became great shepherds of people. Discover and explain in a report format how their experiences shepherding sheep prepared them to be shepherd leaders of people. 
  5. Create a 30-second radio or television commercial explaining the benefits of shepherd leadership. Perform it live for your teacher, mentor, or family or play the video or audio recording for them, using it as a devotional. 
  6. Pray and consider how you need to grow as a shepherd leader. Write a reflective journal entry (1-2 pages), a poem, or create a piece of art that demonstrates your thoughts. 
  7. Share the job description of a shepherd with real sheep from the “Leadership from the Shepherd’s Perspective” workbook with your teacher or mentor. Present how leading sheep is similar to leading people and compare the shepherding of people to the shepherding of sheep. 
  8. Interview a shepherd of real sheep and learn how and why they provide for the sheep, how and why they protect the sheep, and how and why they are present with the sheep. Share this information with your teacher, mentor, or family. 

When you’re ready to influence your friends and family and lead better than ever before, just complete the steps below and enjoy the change it brings to your life! 

  1. Complete Episode #1 of the Teen/Young Adult Version of the “Leadership from the Shepherd’s Perspective” workshop on RightNow Media. (Episode #1 is titled “The Shepherding Experience.) Only include the F/P Expectations Exercise if you are completing this episode with a teacher or facilitator. 
  2. Perform a BibleGateway.com search of the words shepherd, sheep, ewe, ram, lamb, and flock, using the New International Version of Scripture. Determine in how many books of the Bible these words appear. Share with your teacher or mentor why you think God chose to use this analogy and how many references there were to shepherds as leaders of people, rather than real sheep. 
  3. You’ve probably figured out by now that since you influence and impact others, you’re a shepherd leader! With that in mind, download and complete the 30-Day Shepherd Leadership Challenge, Volume 1. The Challenge may be downloaded from the freePresence Point app. Decide which shepherding behavior you need to focus on most as a shepherd leader (Provision, Protection, or Presence). Create three tools or aids that will serve as reminders to you and prompt your continued development and improvement in this area. 
  4. Find two Biblical characters who were once shepherds of sheep and later became great shepherds of people. Discover and explain in a report format how their experiences shepherding sheep prepared them to be shepherd leaders of people. 
  5. Create a 30-second radio or television commercial explaining the benefits of shepherd leadership. Perform it live for your teacher, mentor, or family or play the video or audio recording for them, using it as a devotional. 
  6. Pray and consider how you need to grow as a shepherd leader. Write a reflective journal entry (1-2 pages), a poem, or create a piece of art that demonstrates your thoughts. 
  7. Share the job description of a shepherd with real sheep from the “Leadership from the Shepherd’s Perspective” workbook with your teacher or mentor. Present how leading sheep is similar to leading people and compare the shepherding of people to the shepherding of sheep. 
  8. Interview a shepherd of real sheep and learn how and why they provide for the sheep, how and why they protect the sheep, and how and why they are present with the sheep. Share this information with your teacher, mentor, or family. 

When you’re ready to influence your friends and family and lead better than ever before, just complete the steps below and enjoy the change it brings to your life! 

  1. Complete Episode #1 of the Teen/Young Adult Version of the “Leadership from the Shepherd’s Perspective” workshop on RightNow Media. (Episode #1 is titled “The Shepherding Experience.) Only include the F/P Expectations Exercise if you are completing this episode with a teacher or facilitator. 
  2. Perform a BibleGateway.com search of the words shepherd, sheep, ewe, ram, lamb, and flock, using the New International Version of Scripture. Determine in how many books of the Bible these words appear. Share with your teacher or mentor why you think God chose to use this analogy and how many references there were to shepherds as leaders of people, rather than real sheep. 
  3. You’ve probably figured out by now that since you influence and impact others, you’re a shepherd leader! With that in mind, download and complete the 30-Day Shepherd Leadership Challenge, Volume 1. The Challenge may be downloaded from the freePresence Point app. Decide which shepherding behavior you need to focus on most as a shepherd leader (Provision, Protection, or Presence). Create three tools or aids that will serve as reminders to you and prompt your continued development and improvement in this area. 
  4. Find two Biblical characters who were once shepherds of sheep and later became great shepherds of people. Discover and explain in a report format how their experiences shepherding sheep prepared them to be shepherd leaders of people. 
  5. Create a 30-second radio or television commercial explaining the benefits of shepherd leadership. Perform it live for your teacher, mentor, or family or play the video or audio recording for them, using it as a devotional. 
  6. Pray and consider how you need to grow as a shepherd leader. Write a reflective journal entry (1-2 pages), a poem, or create a piece of art that demonstrates your thoughts. 
  7. Share the job description of a shepherd with real sheep from the “Leadership from the Shepherd’s Perspective” workbook with your teacher or mentor. Present how leading sheep is similar to leading people and compare the shepherding of people to the shepherding of sheep. 
  8. Interview a shepherd of real sheep and learn how and why they provide for the sheep, how and why they protect the sheep, and how and why they are present with the sheep. Share this information with your teacher, mentor, or family. 

Lead well everywhere you influence.

Lead well everywhere you influence.

Lead well everywhere you influence.

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