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·         New devotional series Summer Excursions and summer bonus Gone Fishing.


Good collection of resources… Race, Ethnicity, and the Gospel (concordiatheology). (Thanks to Rev. Dr. John Nunes for this lead.)

Review and file? Games for All Ages Via Zoom (Sarah Bentley Allred in buildingfaith).

Lots of life resources… Browse around a variety of life resources available from Lutherans For Life. (It’s about more than abortion issues.)

LEA once again offers its Convocation Deposit Option… Deposit funds at any time prior to July 2022 to apply towards your faculty’s 2022 convocation registrations. Details and deposit form available here.

The Lutheran Junior Honor Association More information is available here. Fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students in LJHA-chartered schools are eligible.

High school, elementary, and early childhood administrators… Save March 21–23 on your calendar for the 2021 Lutheran School Administrators Conference: Leading Together in Orlando. The LSAC is a joint venture of LEA, LCMS School Ministry, and ALSS.

About discipline… Yours! See 14 Ways to Improve Your Self-Discipline (SUCCESS).


July 7, 2020

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New on lea.org

·         All weekly LEA network publications.

·         New devotional series Summer Excursions and summer bonus Gone Fishing.


F on your report card? See Even Teachers Fail: How to Embrace Mistakes as an Educator (Bruce Nelson in Tech&Learning).

What did we learn? 7 Takeaways From Our Experiences With Distance Learning (Mary Davenport in edutopia).

Back, beast, back! 4 Ways to Tame the Stress Monster (Leadership Freak). Oh, he missed a fifth and best: 1 Peter 5:7.

For these times… Black Lives Matter in the Bible (Jarvis Williams in CT) and 20 Prayers to Pray During This Pandemic (Jen Michel also in CT—thanks to David Bever for this lead). Also see Racism and the Church: A Time to Listen (Pamela Nielsen in Reporter).

LEA once again offers its Convocation Deposit Option, so you can deposit funds at any time prior to July 2022 to apply towards your faculty’s 2022 convocation registrations. Details and deposit form available here. A great opportunity to protect any of your professional development fiscal year use-it-or-lose-it funds!

The Lutheran Junior Honor Association (LJHA) LEA designed LJHA for Lutheran schools to recognize students who exercise leadership, servanthood, and discipleship, while excelling at academics and to foster these qualities through service projects and other activities. More information is available here. Fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students in LJHA-chartered schools are eligible.

June 30, 2020

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Get it on your calendar… National Lutheran Schools Week is January 24–30 in 2021. (Thanks to Matt Bergholt for this lead.) Also see the newest version of Chapel Talks.

Summer growth… Check out The Un-Conference: How to Teach and Lead in a Pandemic. (Thanks to Anne Thies at CUC for this lead.)

Broaden your leadership skills… The Five Viewpoints of Leaders (Richard Blackaby in Biblical Leadership).

It’s a challenge… How to Be a Good Decision Maker (Dale Hudson in Relevant Children’s Ministry).

Over but not done… What to Do Now That This Crazy School Year is Over (Lisa Maxwell in Education Week). Includes additional briefs—be sure to scroll down to the end. You could use a laugh.

The Lutheran Junior Honor Association (LJHA) LEA designed LJHA for Lutheran schools to recognize students who exercise leadership, servanthood, and discipleship, while excelling at academics and to foster these qualities through service projects and other activities. More information is available here.

June 24, 2020


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