I will never forget how I felt that day after picking up my older son from his preschool class at church. Tears dripped off my chin despite my desperate efforts to hold them back. I had just listened as the volunteer listed out every offense my son had committed during the past hour. I heard about everything from struggles sharing to the fact that he got wild after they fed him chocolate pudding. (Duh!) I knew he wasn’t perfect…
Heather's passion for building teams and developing volunteers keeps her energized and expectant of what God wants to do in and through people. There is nothing more exciting to Heather than to watch a child develop their relationship with God, or a volunteer to realize the eternal impact they can have every day. She has served in family ministry for over 18 years and is currently the leadership development director for Freedom Church in Acworth, Georgia. Heather is a consultant with Ministry Architects and blogs at www.LeadingFromTheDeepEnd.com.
The Theology of Glue
Glue is sticky. Really sticky. If you’ve ever gotten it on your fingers as you’re helping little ones complete a project, you’ve experienced the tenacious way it holds things together. (Sometimes your fingers!) This past week I spent several hours going through the preschool rooms, cleaning, organizing, taking inventory. One of the things on my list was refilling the glue bottles in all of the teaching classrooms. As I watched the sticky white sludge slowly fill the many bottles,…
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