• Hold All Things Loosely

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    As leaders, it’s important to make plans. Leaders take big goals and break them down into smaller goals and actionable steps, and prepare for anything that comes along. Leaders look at where they want their students to be and create a plan for them to get there by the end of the year. While making…

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    How to Eat an Elephant: Or, How to Start a School of Supernatural Ministry

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    Let’s face it, planning something as big as a school of supernatural ministry can be daunting. When the Lord puts a dream in your heart, He doesn’t always give you a plan to execute it right away. One of the Lord’s core values is freedom, and He wants us to creatively express ourselves in every…

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    Staff Resource Pick: Personality Tests

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    Personality tests are a fun way for people to grow in self-awareness, communication, and connection! Schools can utilize personality tests for both staff and students to foster confidence and unity within the environment. Benefits of taking personality tests are self-awareness, ownership, and confidence. While many students may have an understanding of their traits, motivations, and…

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    Staff Resources Pick: Connect to Other Leaders

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    Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry is an incredible place led by incredible people, some with 20+ years of experience. But we know that we haven’t seen everything. Many schools are running or launching in places we don’t have firsthand experience of. When we help others start their own schools, we rely on our relationships with…

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    Alumni Care

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    In a previous blog, Strengthen Your Students in the Lord, we briefly discussed staying connected with your alumni students. In this post, we are going to go more in depth on how to pastor your alumni students. We sat down with BSSM Alumni Directors, Ruth and Steve Moore, and they had some great things to…

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    The Heart and Logistics of School Retreats

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    We recently sat down with BSSM 2 Overseer, Gabe Valenzuela to discuss the value both staff and student retreats add to the school environment. Staff retreat is a unique opportunity for a team to feel refreshed, valued, and connected before the beginning the school year. During retreat your students experience momentum build as they begin…

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    Faith and Finances

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    Did you know that God wants to talk to you about your school’s finances? Whether you are setting your school’s budget, establishing payment plans, or working with a student to meet that last payment deadline, Jesus is in it all and wants to lead you as you lead your students. Former BSSM Finance Pastor, Krystal…

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    Missions: Leading Transformational Trips

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    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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    3 Keys to Shape Bible Instruction in Part-Time Schools

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    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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    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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