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Morning Musings: Weekly Encouragement for the Educator's Soul

Morning Musings: Weekly Encouragement for the Educator's Soul

by Stacey Reed


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With school violence, insufficient resources, overcrowded classrooms, and inadequate pay, educators encounter a variety of challenges that can potentially pollute their souls. If allowed, such pollution can interfere with their efforts to teach, lead, and serve their students.

When faced with intense challenges, educators will need power to encourage themselves and continue in the charge set before them. A Christian educator and professor, Stacey offers educators weekly encouragement to maintain a cleansed soul and teach with the purest of heart, intention, and divine guidance.

Morning Musings offers educators:

  • 36 weekly musings—one for each week in a semester—that includes a Scriptural Reading, Weekly Teaching, Weekly Application, and Reflection.

  • Relevant biblical strategies to re-invigorate their soul by cultivating a relationship with Jesus Christ.

  • Relevant biblical strategies to fulfill their duties of teaching, serving, and leading with divine guidance.

  • Relevant biblical strategies to transform their lives, so they can transform the lives of their students.

As you read and meditate, let each musing encourage, strengthen, and renew your soul as you prepare to teach, lead, and serve.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781400326846
Publisher: Elm Hill
Publication date: 09/10/2019
Pages: 188
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.38(d)

About the Author

A Christian educator and professor, Stacey Reed has earned multiple degrees and completed extensive study in the Teaching of English and Organizational Leadership. She’s received the Educator’s Appreciation Award for teaching and Outstanding Leadership Award for her leadership as Vice President and President, National Association of African American Honors Programs for Historically Black Colleges and Universities. She continues to teach, lead, and serve while sharing the good news.

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