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    Sunday Schools

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    During the nineteenth century schools in Great Britain were not ideal for women and even less so the lower your class. Most working class families could not afford to pay for their children 's, and especially their daughters education (McDermid, J. 2012). For the working class, girls were left with options such as Sunday schools, dame schools, and ragged schools. Girls in the upper-middle, or higher class often were taught at home with a special tutor or instructor (McDermid, J. 2012). Girls of the lower classes didn 't always have the same luxuries. All of these schools or options for education had the issue that while they were educating these girls, they lacked in giving them the same education as boys. Even though reading, writing, arithmetic, and geography would be covered in most of these schools, it was never the primary subject and girls would have to spend a great deal of their education learning home necessities that would teach them to be better wives and mothers. Whether you were in the lower or upper class, education was not ideal. Women did not have the same resources as men and their education was never seen as important as it was for men. Sunday schools were a common form of education that working class girls would take advantage of to get the basics of school. By 1851, Sunday schools had grown in popularity and had a…

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    Why Teach Sunday School

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    I teach Sunday school to children in the ages of 5-12 to keep the children 's excited about learning. I integrate fun with learning the Sunday school lessons so that my students will be eager to learn and have fun while doing it. Teaching in Oklahoma City at Faith Outreach Independent Baptist Church and have been in this role for 3 years. Because of a lifelong passion for teaching children is the reason why I teach Sunday school. When I was a child and people would ask me what I want to do when…

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    help each other out I promote positivity so the students, encourage other and truly are loving toward one another as Christ would have his children to be. I constantly teach them the importance of treating their brothers and sisters in Christ in the same manner that they would want to be treated. The insights that I have had from my experience teaching Sunday school that every endeavor that I pursue takes time and patience .I do not have to rush myself to be perfect so to speak and realize that…

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    Assessment Interview Report I decided to interview Pastor John, who is the senior pastor of the New Life church in Tooca, Georgia. I wanted to get a new perspective of curriculum in the way of making disciples. I knew that he was on the cutting edge of the missional community group movement in the church. I believe that I can use this information in my future ministry. I actually believe that the Church in the United States needs to have more fellowship, and I think that New Life, with Pastor…

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    1. My weekend was great we had no school Monday, and half day Friday. On the half day I want to U-Ridge. Which is a very nice golf course. In fact it is the UW Badgers home course. I went with my friend David we play nine holes of good golf. I shot 43 and David shot 39. On the last hole it started pouring rain and we got soaked! The rain came down so quick I had no time even to get my rain gear on! I finished that hole with a Birdie just in time because lightning struck right after. On saturday…

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    Super Summer Essay Sample

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    Qualifying for Super Summer Student leaders from Mississippi Baptist churches attend an annual camp called Super Summer. Super Summer helps students dive deeper into God’s Word and serve Christ. In order to qualify for Super Summer, a student leader must go through a demanding and dedicated process. Two of the most demanding requirements that require much of a student’s time are attendance and leadership. Events to attend consist of church camps, volunteer days, Wednesday night services,…

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    are the main cafeteria on the campus. The meal schedule is failing to some students. Some students do not have time to eat when cafeterias are open at certain time at far distance. Cafeterias might not be available when students have nothing or have time to be sociable. The campus needs to improve the schedule and the cafeteria because it is not flexible on weekend, has same food route, and have time issues. First, the weekends are not flexible on food when there are a very few options to…

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    The Sunday School Easter program was about to begin at Bethesda Baptist Church in Washington, D.C. For my last time speaking in front of the congregation before leaving for Tennessee State University (TSU), I was charged with introducing the speaker of the program. As I stood in front of hundreds of people to recite the introduction that I wrote, I was confident and thoughts of how far I had come since giving my life to Christ ran thru my mind. My spiritual journey began when I was about 5…

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    Joyce Fletcher Whiplash

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    From the beginning of the movie where Fletcher watches Andrew in practice and invites him to join his jazz band to the end where Andrew plays one of the best solos of Whiplash, the film is focused mainly on the confrontation between a driven student and a demanding perfectionist instructor, who both share the same dream but have different ways of achieving it. Terence Fletcher doesn’t hesitate to use his own technique of racial, religious, and gay slurs, throwing chairs, and playing degrading…

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    Man,I hate white! Normally I'm fine with it, but today was not a normal day. I had been staring at a blank white screen FOREVER! When it got to the point I could no longer see any thing but white is when I knew I had a problem. I had to snap out of what ever trance I was in and start writing. If I didn't get out soon I'd be stuck with nothing to do but slowly go out of my mind. I looked out the window my vision still not returning and only white. This is it. I thought, I am going to go…

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