Shepherd Leadership

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Shepherd Leadership

School Curriculum​

Shepherd Leadership

School Curriculum​

Welcome, Lower Secondary 2 Students, to the Shepherd Leadership Program designed just for you!

Welcome, Lower Secondary 2 Students, to the Shepherd Leadership Program designed just for you!

Welcome, Lower Secondary 2 Students, to the Shepherd Leadership Program designed just for you!

Whether you’re intentional about it or not, you’re a leader and influencer of others. Do you want to be a live-giving, positive influence, like our Good Shepherd? If you complete the activities below, you’ll be well on your way. Shepherd well, young leader! 

  1. Watch and complete the activities in this video entitled The Definition of a Leader.

  2. Watch and complete the activities in this video entitled Shepherding in Scripture. You will also need to download the Teen/Young Adult Participant Workbook found here to complete the exercises (if you don’t already have it).

  3. Watch and complete the activities in this video entitled The Responsibilities of a Godly Shepherd.

  4. Watch and complete the activities in this video entitled The Leader’s Shield. This activity assumes knowledge of the Leader’s Shield visual, which can be found here if needed for reference.

  5. Watch and complete the activities in this video entitled Implementing the Leader’s Shield. Note: The video uses troops and girls as examples, but it’s equally applicable to boys and other groups.

  6. Find a picture or painting, book, or poem that communicates one of the key take-aways for you, so far, in your study of shepherd leadership. Share with your teacher or class why you chose what you did and what it communicates to you about Shepherd Leadership.

  7. Download and complete Volume 3 of the 30-Day Shepherd Leadership Challenge from the free Presence Point App. This challenge focuses on the tools shepherds use. Pick three days that resonated with you the most and write a paragraph about each discussing why they stood out. Then write a journal entry about the tools you believe God has given you to shepherd others well.

  8. Reflect on what shepherding tools you want to obtain or develop further. Choose two or three and write an action plan about what areas you want to grow in, how you will do it (what steps you will take), whom will you engage for support, and when you’ll plan to check in with a teacher, mentor, or friend about your progress. 

Whether you’re intentional about it or not, you’re a leader and influencer of others. Do you want to be a live-giving, positive influence, like our Good Shepherd? If you complete the activities below, you’ll be well on your way. Shepherd well, young leader! 

  1. Watch and complete the activities in this video entitled The Definition of a Leader.

  2. Watch and complete the activities in this video entitled Shepherding in Scripture. You will also need to download the Teen/Young Adult Participant Workbook found here to complete the exercises (if you don’t already have it).

  3. Watch and complete the activities in this video entitled The Responsibilities of a Godly Shepherd.

  4. Watch and complete the activities in this video entitled The Leader’s Shield. This activity assumes knowledge of the Leader’s Shield visual, which can be found here if needed for reference.

  5. Watch and complete the activities in this video entitled Implementing the Leader’s Shield. Note: The video uses troops and girls as examples, but it’s equally applicable to boys and other groups.

  6. Find a picture or painting, book, or poem that communicates one of the key take-aways for you, so far, in your study of shepherd leadership. Share with your teacher or class why you chose what you did and what it communicates to you about Shepherd Leadership.

  7. Download and complete Volume 3 of the 30-Day Shepherd Leadership Challenge from the free Presence Point App. This challenge focuses on the tools shepherds use. Pick three days that resonated with you the most and write a paragraph about each discussing why they stood out. Then write a journal entry about the tools you believe God has given you to shepherd others well.

  8. Reflect on what shepherding tools you want to obtain or develop further. Choose two or three and write an action plan about what areas you want to grow in, how you will do it (what steps you will take), whom will you engage for support, and when you’ll plan to check in with a teacher, mentor, or friend about your progress. 

Whether you’re intentional about it or not, you’re a leader and influencer of others. Do you want to be a live-giving, positive influence, like our Good Shepherd? If you complete the activities below, you’ll be well on your way. Shepherd well, young leader! 

  1. Watch and complete the activities in this video entitled The Definition of a Leader.

  2. Watch and complete the activities in this video entitled Shepherding in Scripture. You will also need to download the Teen/Young Adult Participant Workbook found here to complete the exercises (if you don’t already have it).

  3. Watch and complete the activities in this video entitled The Responsibilities of a Godly Shepherd.

  4. Watch and complete the activities in this video entitled The Leader’s Shield. This activity assumes knowledge of the Leader’s Shield visual, which can be found here if needed for reference.

  5. Watch and complete the activities in this video entitled Implementing the Leader’s Shield. Note: The video uses troops and girls as examples, but it’s equally applicable to boys and other groups.

  6. Find a picture or painting, book, or poem that communicates one of the key take-aways for you, so far, in your study of shepherd leadership. Share with your teacher or class why you chose what you did and what it communicates to you about Shepherd Leadership.

  7. Download and complete Volume 3 of the 30-Day Shepherd Leadership Challenge from the free Presence Point App. This challenge focuses on the tools shepherds use. Pick three days that resonated with you the most and write a paragraph about each discussing why they stood out. Then write a journal entry about the tools you believe God has given you to shepherd others well.

  8. Reflect on what shepherding tools you want to obtain or develop further. Choose two or three and write an action plan about what areas you want to grow in, how you will do it (what steps you will take), whom will you engage for support, and when you’ll plan to check in with a teacher, mentor, or friend about your progress. 

Lead well everywhere you influence.

Lead well everywhere you influence.

Lead well everywhere you influence.

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