It’s Not a Goodbye!

Pretty much all of us have heard the saying, “It’s not a goodbye but a see ya later!” People often say this when they are departing for a time, but plan to see their friends and loved ones again.    I love this saying because it leaves the door open for communication and love between those who are leaving and those staying behind.    It’s a kind farewell and a soon-to-be hello all in one! This past Friday, two of

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Changing Us!

CHANGING THE WAY WE OPERATE The pandemic has focused us on continually looking at ways to get better.  The health and safety of our children, parents, and staff has propelled us into investing in a new kiosk system for taking temperatures. The system is designed to automate the process of screening for health, every time a person enters and exits our building.   This means that for infant to 5 years of age, each child will be tested twice (when they

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Serving Others

“Serving others prepares you to lead others” Jim George If there’s one example Christ set for us as Believers, it’s that the heart of leadership is servanthood. We are called to model what it means to be great through how we lovingly serve those in our sphere of influence.  The leaders at the Son’s Children Learning Center know firsthand what it means to serve. There are so many avenues of serving and it’s one of the things I truly love about

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Teacher Leadership

“A Leader is one who knows the way, goes the way, and shows the way.” – John C. Maxwell At the Son’s Children, we place a very high value on education—not only for the children we serve, but the leaders who develop them!  Literacy is extremely important to the growth and sustainability of our Learning Center, our curriculum, and our students. As we continue to learn, we place ourselves in a position to increase in understanding and capacity, all of which

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