• Missions: Leading Transformational Trips

    School Structure

    As school leaders, we know that students learn a lot of information throughout the school year and need an outlet to demonstrate all they have gleaned. Mission trips are an incredible way to take students out of the comfort zone of the classroom and into a concentrated, ministry-focused experience that requires constant risk. We spoke…

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    Navigating Dark Seasons

    School Leadership

    Life has many different seasons. Some seasons are full of feats and victories; these are the mountaintop seasons. During the mountaintop seasons it feels like life is amazing. It seems like nothing can stop what God is doing. It is these mountaintop seasons where most of us want to stay. A mountaintop season is sometimes…

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    Pastoring People With Unique Spiritual Giftings

    School Culture

    I knew a man who would know people’s secret sins the moment he laid eyes on them. From what I know this was not a gifting he wanted or sought after, it was just something he experienced. It was a testament to the character of this man that he was also one of the best…

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    3 Keys to Shape Bible Instruction in Part-Time Schools

    School Structure

    Intimacy with God, powerful encounters, fresh revelation, and more are the fruit of students spending time reading and studying the Word of God. Creating space for students to engage with the Word of God is an important aspect of a school’s curriculum plan. Bible instruction at BSSM is designed to help students encounter the Lord…

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    Keeping Your Heart Healthy in a Social Media World

    School Leadership

    Do You Even Gram Bro? A few years back I was visiting my sister and she was telling me about this new social media app where you take pictures, add a caption then post it online. I remember thinking, “People would never get into this, what a waste of time.” I was wrong. This app…

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    Leading Your Students in an Encounter with the Father

    School Culture

    During my first year of school of supernatural ministry in Santa Maria, CA, we watched a session by Judy Franklin. Judy described the various encounters she had throughout her life and how they affected her. She then led the class on a few short encounters. I saw myself in the throne room, wearing a beautiful…

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    3 Prophetic Words for School Leaders in 2018

    School Culture School Leadership

    Welcome to 2018! Our prayer is that this year, every school sees and carries breakthrough like they’ve never seen before! We are believing new heights and depths in the Spirit for each of your schools. Once again, we took some time to ask the Lord for some prophetic words for you and your schools. We…

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    Restoring Tenderness & Dealing with Pain

    School Culture

    The world we live in does a great job of teaching us to harden our hearts. It teaches us that showing emotion is a negative thing, and this teaching is likely to cause you more pain by teaching us defense mechanisms to prevent us from feeling pain. In the majority of Christian circles, we are…

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    3 Aspects of Your Environment That Affect Leadership Development

    Videos

    Raising up leaders is one of the goals within a supernatural school of ministry. We encourage you to watch this clip of Bill Johnson and Kris Vallotton as they discuss three components of a school culture that guide them as they develop others. Healthy Soil Think of school like a greenhouse. As Bill mentions, work…

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    Against All Odds: Principles to Remember to Remain Steadfast in Adverse Times

    School Leadership

    Leaders face many seasons of ups and downs. Some seasons are full of victorious progress, while other seasons are challenging and even the simple act of continuing requires a great amount of strength. These challenging seasons can be stretching and hard. Despite the difficulty of the season, there are biblical principles that can be applied…

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