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Thanks 4 the Prayers! Leadership & Teacher Training Going Gr8!

Posted on Tuesday, April 7, 2009 in Uncategorized

Dear Friends and Family,

I miss you! Thank you for your prayers! The Leadership and Montessori Teacher Training this week is simply amazing! We have 40 participants- a mixture of community based orphan care center directors and teachers and private school teachers. The word has gone out and we have many teachers and business leaders asking for the training! What a blessing! Five of our participants are paying clients and the waiting list is growing. So much is needed for the future of education for this country and there is such an opportunity to make a difference. I was so proud of my team as they presented Montessori practical life, sensorial, and math lessons this past two days. There is great joy and energy at our training this week and for me great peace, which is totally from God.

We have been speaking this week about what is necessary for great leadership. We are teaching them how to lead and produce results. We are teaching them how to develop a business plan, marketing strategies, communication skills, staffing, accountability, budgeting, etc. We are teaching them how to develop income generating activities for their centers to be self-sustainable. In everything we are sharing this week the message that Jesus wants to say to the participants is “Rise Up and Lead!” We are encouraging and training them them to share the training with others, to open their own centers and nursery schools, to begin to make goals in life, and to keep their promises. I will put up pictures this weekend.

I miss you all! I wish you a beautiful Easter! I am in awe at what God is doing here. I can see Him move and orchestrate events and relationships. My heart is full that I can see these things. He has opened the eyes of my heart. Love, Maribeth

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