Shepherd Leadership

School Curriculum​

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Shepherd Leadership

School Curriculum​

Shepherd Leadership

School Curriculum​

Welcome, Lower Primary 1 Student, to the Shepherd Leadership Program designed just for you!

Welcome, Lower Primary 1 Student, to the Shepherd Leadership Program designed just for you!

Welcome, Lower Primary 1 Student, to the Shepherd Leadership Program designed just for you!

We’re so glad you’ve chosen to learn more about leading people like a shepherd! Are you ready to dive in, get started, and have some fun? Just complete the activities below, and you’ll learn more about how people are like sheep and how important it is to have a Godly shepherd.  

  1. Download and color three pages from the “The Leader as Shepherd” coloring book, sharing with others why you chose that page and what that verse from the Bible means to you. .
  2. Write a letter to God, as your Good Shepherd, thanking Him for how He provides for you, protects you, and is present for you. 
  3. Watch the story of Shrek the Sheep. Name three problems that Shrek had because he ran away from his shepherd. Share with your class or teacher what happens when we run away from our Good Shepherd and how we can stay close to Him. 
  4. Watch the Shepherd-in-Action Interview with young shepherd leader Isabella, found on the Presence Point website www.presencepoint.com on the home page under ‘Stories of Impact’ ‘View More Stories’. Talk with your teacher or family about how you can be a shepherd in other people’s life.

  5. If you have a copy, read Wilbur the Woolly by Nikki Rogers. It is also available as a free audio version here. 

We’re so glad you’ve chosen to learn more about leading people like a shepherd! Are you ready to dive in, get started, and have some fun? Just complete the activities below, and you’ll learn more about how people are like sheep and how important it is to have a Godly shepherd.  

  1. Download and color three pages from the “The Leader as Shepherd” coloring book, sharing with others why you chose that page and what that verse from the Bible means to you. .
  2. Write a letter to God, as your Good Shepherd, thanking Him for how He provides for you, protects you, and is present for you. 
  3. Watch the story of Shrek the Sheep. Name three problems that Shrek had because he ran away from his shepherd. Share with your class or teacher what happens when we run away from our Good Shepherd and how we can stay close to Him. 
  4. Watch the Shepherd-in-Action Interview with young shepherd leader Isabella, found on the Presence Point website www.presencepoint.com on the home page under ‘Stories of Impact’ ‘View More Stories’. Talk with your teacher or family about how you can be a shepherd in other people’s life.

  5. If you have a copy, read Wilbur the Woolly by Nikki Rogers. It is also available as a free audio version here. 

We’re so glad you’ve chosen to learn more about leading people like a shepherd! Are you ready to dive in, get started, and have some fun? Just complete the activities below, and you’ll learn more about how people are like sheep and how important it is to have a Godly shepherd.  

  1. Download and color three pages from the “The Leader as Shepherd” coloring book, sharing with others why you chose that page and what that verse from the Bible means to you. .
  2. Write a letter to God, as your Good Shepherd, thanking Him for how He provides for you, protects you, and is present for you. 
  3. Watch the story of Shrek the Sheep. Name three problems that Shrek had because he ran away from his shepherd. Share with your class or teacher what happens when we run away from our Good Shepherd and how we can stay close to Him. 
  4. Watch the Shepherd-in-Action Interview with young shepherd leader Isabella, found on the Presence Point website www.presencepoint.com on the home page under ‘Stories of Impact’ ‘View More Stories’. Talk with your teacher or family about how you can be a shepherd in other people’s life.

  5. If you have a copy, read Wilbur the Woolly by Nikki Rogers. It is also available as a free audio version here. 

Lead well everywhere you influence.

Lead well everywhere you influence.

Lead well everywhere you influence.

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