• Surveys: One Easy Way to Improve Your School

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    Capturing feedback from your students is one of the best ways you can improve your school! When you take the time to learn how your students are experiencing your school’s culture, leadership team, classes, and more, you can make strategic changes that strengthen your school’s environment. By asking specific questions, you can provide space for…

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    School Advertising: How to Get the Word Out

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    You’ve built a school leadership team, developed curriculum, established a mission, vision, and core values, but how do you get the word out about your school? We’re here to give you some tips on how to best advertise what your school has to offer and draw in prospective students! As you develop avenues to market your school,…

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    3 Keys to Help Your Students Stay on Top of Assignments

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    The word “homework” often comes with a negative connotation. Homework reminds many of sleepless nights finishing papers or studying for exams. Others remember poor experiences of receiving harsh criticism about their work or feeling frustrated because they didn’t understand the purpose of their assignments. Indeed, we all have a lens in which we view homework…

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    Staff Resources Pick: Developing Sonship

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    Throughout the Bible, God affirms our identity as a beloved son or daughter. When we received Him, Scripture says that we are given the Spirit of adoption (Romans 8:15) and become members of God’s household (Ephesians 2:19). We are reminded that we are part of God’s family in 2 Corinthians as He says, “And I…

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    Staff Resources Pick: Prophetic Training

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    In I Corinthians 14, Paul encourages believers to “Pursue love, and desire spiritual gifts, but especially that you may prophesy,” (1 Cor. 14:1, NKJV). Prophesy is a gift that calls out the treasure in others. It is not a skill, aptitude, award, or talent. Rather, prophecy is the actual speaking forth of words given by the…

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    Convey Academic Requirements Like a Genius

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    In one of our previous posts, How to Ignite Revivalists, we shared how you can spark revivalists in your school by sharing what a revivalist’s lifestyle looks like. In the same way, we want to help you convey academic requirements to your students to further support them in developing the behaviors and beliefs of a revivalist. May you be…

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    3 Keys to Conducting Admissions Interviews

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    Creating a transformative school environment starts with the admissions process! We want to provide you with some keys on how to discover whether or not an applicant is ready to be immersed in your school’s environment. To help you with this aspect of the admissions process, we asked Melissa Casey, a BSSM Revival Group Pastor, to…

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    3 Reasons Why We Love Todoist

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    Getting organized and staying organized is one of the most important parts of running a school of supernatural ministry. Especially when starting a new school, the amount of administrative work that needs to be done can feel overwhelming. With so many tasks and projects, how can one effectively manage this massive workload? To-do lists are a…

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    4 Tools to Streamline Your School’s Administration

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    Technology can increase the level of organization and efficiency within your supernatural school. We encourage you to harness technological tools and systems to serve your school’s administrative needs. In fact, when you use technology to accomplish all the nitty gritty administrative tasks, you can put more of your valuable time and energy towards other areas…

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    How to Reduce and Streamline Your Inbox

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      Are you bogged down with an unending list of questions and requests in your inbox? Do you want to reduce the number of emails you receive and streamline what comes to your inbox? This Q&A session with an administrator at Bethel Church presents a handful of tips to school leaders to keep email inboxes in the…

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