What does Birth do for us? It sings the dawning of a new day. Join Melissa K. Smith this week in singing that song for your students and for refugees.
Even potatoes can teach a lesson. Melissa K. Smith shows how the role of potatoes in the lives of some students have taught her about gratitude and the art of sharing.
This week’s key word is advocate, mediating within and between people, in this world and at the throne.
This week’s key word is “relate” which we define as standing shoulder to shoulder with the ignored or forgotten as we move toward a happily ever after together.
The key word for this week’s sore knees challenge post is “cultivate” which we define as the act of showing mercy to the ignored and forgotten.
The Sore Knees Challenge begins today with a focus on our Foundation.
Could your classroom or school use a little thunder and lightening? Do you or a colleague need a bit of a shake-up…or perhaps a gentle whisper? You are invited to join us for the Sore Knees Challenge–a month before the throne for yourself, your students, school, and colleagues.
It only takes a minute to change the course of a child’s life. Melissa Smith received some money she wanted to use to further education in the economically repressed southern … Continue reading