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LEA News

Congratulations to Dawn Oldenettal, honored as 2018 National Distinguished Principal by the National Association of Elementary School Principals. Dawn is principal of St. John’s Lutheran School in West Bend, Wis. See press release.

Valuable Resources

God’s Word contains countless treasures. Explore 24 Smart Ways to Get Kids Into the Bible (childrensministry.com).

Check out the resources available from the Lutheran Center for Religious Liberty (LCRL). Greg Seltz, former Lutheran Hour Speaker, is the executive director.

About the future… see Now or Never: The Research Basis for Innovation in Christian Schools (CACE). Also, get a copy of Imagine the Possibilities by Bernard Bull and Jim Pingel.

Review your educational ministry by using the Faith Factor Podcasts from LEA. Available now are Faith Lessons by Kim Marxhausen, Stay True by Greg Hasseldahl, and Classroom Management by Kim Marxhausen.

Refocus. Christian Character Formation Project helps children and adults to live Christ-centered fulfilling lives. (Reporter Online).

LCEF benefit

Buying a home? Check out the residential loan program for rostered church workers from Lutheran Church Extension Fund.

LEA Perks

Back issues of LEA’s network weeklies, LEAnews, and weekly devotions are in the online library.Is it your turn? To lead staff devotions, that is. If you’re looking for resources, log in to LEA’s Devotional Collection page. You’ll have quick access to devotions going back to 2014 especially for educators.

LEAnews delivers content like the above to members every Tuesday and Friday. If you are not receiving LEAnews, contact ed.grube@lea.org to be added to the list. Members can also log in and view recent issues.

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