Shepherd Leadership

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Shepherd Leadership

School Curriculum​

Shepherd Leadership

School Curriculum​

Welcome, Upper Primary 3 Student, to the Shepherd Leadership Program developed just for you!

Welcome, Upper Primary 3 Student, to the Shepherd Leadership Program developed just for you!

Welcome, Upper Primary 3 Student, to the Shepherd Leadership Program developed just for you!

You are already a shepherd leader who influences others. Do you know that? If you want to learn more about how to shepherd in a Godly way, complete the steps below and observe how you are changing and becoming more like The Good Shepherd. 

  1. Watch the video about demonstrating Provision, one of the pillars of shepherd leadership, here. List one tangible way you will demonstrate Provision with someone around you this week. Ask a teacher, friend, or parent to hold you accountable and ask you about it, then do it! 
  2. Watch the video about demonstrating Protection here. List one way you will demonstrate Protection this week. Ask someone to hold you accountable and ask you about it, then do it! 
  3. What the video about demonstrating Presence here. List one way you will demonstrate Presence this week. Ask for accountability; follow through; and determine to incorporate all three pillars of shepherding as habits in your life. 
  4. Which of the following passages about shepherding in the Bible resonates the most with you (Zechariah 11:15-17, Psalm 23, Isaiah 56:9-12, Jeremiah 23:1-4, John 10:1-16, Ezekiel 34:1-16, 20-24)? Write a paragraph about why. Then reflect on the Godly shepherding behaviors you’ve learned about and list which are strengths for you, and which are areas you need to work on.  
  5. Work with your teacher to write an Action Plan of what you will do to grow as a shepherd leader and increase your shepherding skills, based on what you’ve learned about shepherding. 
  6. Choose one area in your life where you are a shepherd leader. Create a poster listing all the ways you provide, protect, and are present for those you lead in that area. 
  7. Record one video blog or write one blog that demonstrates effective shepherd leadership. Share it with your teacher or class. 
  8. Read God Picked Us, a brief devotional thought by Holly Culhane found here. Following in the footsteps of your Good Shepherd, write a reflection paper about how you can practically show others how they are chosen, special, and fully loved. 

You are already a shepherd leader who influences others. Do you know that? If you want to learn more about how to shepherd in a Godly way, complete the steps below and observe how you are changing and becoming more like The Good Shepherd. 

  1. Watch the video about demonstrating Provision, one of the pillars of shepherd leadership, here. List one tangible way you will demonstrate Provision with someone around you this week. Ask a teacher, friend, or parent to hold you accountable and ask you about it, then do it! 
  2. Watch the video about demonstrating Protection here. List one way you will demonstrate Protection this week. Ask someone to hold you accountable and ask you about it, then do it! 
  3. What the video about demonstrating Presence here. List one way you will demonstrate Presence this week. Ask for accountability; follow through; and determine to incorporate all three pillars of shepherding as habits in your life. 
  4. Which of the following passages about shepherding in the Bible resonates the most with you (Zechariah 11:15-17, Psalm 23, Isaiah 56:9-12, Jeremiah 23:1-4, John 10:1-16, Ezekiel 34:1-16, 20-24)? Write a paragraph about why. Then reflect on the Godly shepherding behaviors you’ve learned about and list which are strengths for you, and which are areas you need to work on.  
  5. Work with your teacher to write an Action Plan of what you will do to grow as a shepherd leader and increase your shepherding skills, based on what you’ve learned about shepherding. 
  6. Choose one area in your life where you are a shepherd leader. Create a poster listing all the ways you provide, protect, and are present for those you lead in that area. 
  7. Record one video blog or write one blog that demonstrates effective shepherd leadership. Share it with your teacher or class. 
  8. Read God Picked Us, a brief devotional thought by Holly Culhane found here. Following in the footsteps of your Good Shepherd, write a reflection paper about how you can practically show others how they are chosen, special, and fully loved. 

You are already a shepherd leader who influences others. Do you know that? If you want to learn more about how to shepherd in a Godly way, complete the steps below and observe how you are changing and becoming more like The Good Shepherd. 

  1. Watch the video about demonstrating Provision, one of the pillars of shepherd leadership, here. List one tangible way you will demonstrate Provision with someone around you this week. Ask a teacher, friend, or parent to hold you accountable and ask you about it, then do it! 
  2. Watch the video about demonstrating Protection here. List one way you will demonstrate Protection this week. Ask someone to hold you accountable and ask you about it, then do it! 
  3. What the video about demonstrating Presence here. List one way you will demonstrate Presence this week. Ask for accountability; follow through; and determine to incorporate all three pillars of shepherding as habits in your life. 
  4. Which of the following passages about shepherding in the Bible resonates the most with you (Zechariah 11:15-17, Psalm 23, Isaiah 56:9-12, Jeremiah 23:1-4, John 10:1-16, Ezekiel 34:1-16, 20-24)? Write a paragraph about why. Then reflect on the Godly shepherding behaviors you’ve learned about and list which are strengths for you, and which are areas you need to work on.  
  5. Work with your teacher to write an Action Plan of what you will do to grow as a shepherd leader and increase your shepherding skills, based on what you’ve learned about shepherding. 
  6. Choose one area in your life where you are a shepherd leader. Create a poster listing all the ways you provide, protect, and are present for those you lead in that area. 
  7. Record one video blog or write one blog that demonstrates effective shepherd leadership. Share it with your teacher or class. 
  8. Read God Picked Us, a brief devotional thought by Holly Culhane found here. Following in the footsteps of your Good Shepherd, write a reflection paper about how you can practically show others how they are chosen, special, and fully loved. 

Lead well everywhere you influence.

Lead well everywhere you influence.

Lead well everywhere you influence.

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