Shepherd Leadership

School Curriculum​

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Shepherd Leadership

School Curriculum​

Shepherd Leadership

School Curriculum​

Welcome, Upper Primary 1 Student, to the Shepherd Leadership Program designed just for kids your age!

Welcome, Upper Primary 1 Student, to the Shepherd Leadership Program designed just for kids your age!

Welcome, Upper Primary 1 Student, to the Shepherd Leadership Program designed just for kids your age!

Are you ready to get started? Just complete the steps below and get ready to lead and influence those around you more effectively than you ever thought possible! Enjoy! 

  1. Download and begin a K-W-L Chart by completing columns K and W, listing what you KNOW about the leader as shepherd of people and what you WANT to know about the leader as shepherd of people. 
  2. Read the following Scripture passages and list the Godly shepherding behaviors found in each passage. (When the passage critiques the shepherd, list the opposite positive shepherd behavior.) Draw or paint a picture of what Godly shepherding behaviors look like. Describe it to your teacher or class. (Zechariah 11:15-17, Psalm 23, and Isaiah 56:9-12) 
  3. Download and complete “Responsibilities of a Shepherd” activity, Part I, and share your work with your teacher or class. Discuss the variety of responsibilities of a shepherd of sheep and a shepherd of people. 
  4. Locate three Scripture passages that refer to people as sheep. Create a bi-fold or trifold brochure that communicates why God uses this metaphor throughout Scripture. 
  5. Watch the Act 1 and Act 2 YouTube videos of Sammy and His Shepherd: Seeing Jesus in Psalm 23.  Respond to questions your teacher asks to facilitate discussion. (Note: Facilitators will need to create the discussion questions.)  

Are you ready to get started? Just complete the steps below and get ready to lead and influence those around you more effectively than you ever thought possible! Enjoy! 

  1. Download and begin a K-W-L Chart by completing columns K and W, listing what you KNOW about the leader as shepherd of people and what you WANT to know about the leader as shepherd of people. 
  2. Read the following Scripture passages and list the Godly shepherding behaviors found in each passage. (When the passage critiques the shepherd, list the opposite positive shepherd behavior.) Draw or paint a picture of what Godly shepherding behaviors look like. Describe it to your teacher or class. (Zechariah 11:15-17, Psalm 23, and Isaiah 56:9-12) 
  3. Download and complete “Responsibilities of a Shepherd” activity, Part I, and share your work with your teacher or class. Discuss the variety of responsibilities of a shepherd of sheep and a shepherd of people. 
  4. Locate three Scripture passages that refer to people as sheep. Create a bi-fold or trifold brochure that communicates why God uses this metaphor throughout Scripture. 
  5. Watch the Act 1 and Act 2 YouTube videos of Sammy and His Shepherd: Seeing Jesus in Psalm 23.  Respond to questions your teacher asks to facilitate discussion. (Note: Facilitators will need to create the discussion questions.)  

Are you ready to get started? Just complete the steps below and get ready to lead and influence those around you more effectively than you ever thought possible! Enjoy! 

  1. Download and begin a K-W-L Chart by completing columns K and W, listing what you KNOW about the leader as shepherd of people and what you WANT to know about the leader as shepherd of people. 
  2. Read the following Scripture passages and list the Godly shepherding behaviors found in each passage. (When the passage critiques the shepherd, list the opposite positive shepherd behavior.) Draw or paint a picture of what Godly shepherding behaviors look like. Describe it to your teacher or class. (Zechariah 11:15-17, Psalm 23, and Isaiah 56:9-12) 
  3. Download and complete “Responsibilities of a Shepherd” activity, Part I, and share your work with your teacher or class. Discuss the variety of responsibilities of a shepherd of sheep and a shepherd of people. 
  4. Locate three Scripture passages that refer to people as sheep. Create a bi-fold or trifold brochure that communicates why God uses this metaphor throughout Scripture. 
  5. Watch the Act 1 and Act 2 YouTube videos of Sammy and His Shepherd: Seeing Jesus in Psalm 23.  Respond to questions your teacher asks to facilitate discussion. (Note: Facilitators will need to create the discussion questions.)  

Lead well everywhere you influence.

Lead well everywhere you influence.

Lead well everywhere you influence.

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