Maybe you’re like me and you LOVE a good checklist. Maybe you even add things to the checklist just so that you have the satisfaction of already crossing things off.
I was greeting students by the check-in desk one Wednesday night with my usual, “Hey girl, how was your day?” when a girl walked in looking pretty bummed. She told
Life is different right now. Our daily routines have changed, our mindsets and expectations are not the same, and the world seems to have paused. This is new for me.
Earlier this week we learned what the Enneagram is and how it can potentially impact your leadership of students, as well as other relationships. In addition to Darrin Patrick, Carey
I guess most, if not all, of your teen girls know their number. Not their jersey number. Not their class rank number. Their Enneagram number. If you’re not yet familiar,
No matter how many years you may have attended a Bible study, the idea of leading a Bible study can be quite intimidating for many people. There is a stigma
A Note from LifeWay Girls: It often seems like discipleship has to be formatted a very specific way in order to make a difference. If you don’t meet every week
A Note from LifeWay Girls: Today features another story in our Moments that Matter series. We hope you are enjoying this series as much as we are! In fact, we’d
“For who despises the day of small things? These seven eyes of the Lord, which scan throughout the whole earth, will rejoice when they see the ceremonial stone in Zerubbabel’s
I’ve seen a flood of back to school pictures on my Instagram feed for the last week, and it’s a reminder that we’re shifting gears and moving towards fall. It