Building a Winning Brand Strategy

Building a Winning Brand Strategy

posted April 20th, 2017 by Brian Neese

   Your brand is arguably the most important part of your business. “Your brand is not your product, your logo, your website, or your name,” according to HubSpot. […]



What Subject Should I Teach?

Quiz: What Subject Should I Teach?

posted March 31st, 2017 by Brian Neese

What Subject Should I Teach? Want to become a teacher? This career path gives you the ability to inspire students and help them pursue their goals. Teaching is […]



Understanding the Calling of God

Understanding the Calling of God to Vocational Ministry

posted March 17th, 2017 by Brian Neese

Every Christian is called by God to a specific purpose. The call to vocational ministry has unique demands, and it should not be pursued without prayer, counsel and […]



Media Ministry: How Churches Can Enhance Worship

Media Ministry: How Churches Can Enhance Worship

posted February 22nd, 2017 by Brian Neese

Some churches do not focus much on media for corporate worship. In Len Wilson’s book “The Wired Church 2.0,” he challenges churches to move beyond the “audiovisual” mentality, […]



Educators’ Guide to Parent Teacher Communication

Educators’ Guide to Parent Teacher Communication

posted February 15th, 2017 by Brian Neese

Educators’ Guide to Parent Teacher Communication Establishing strong working relationships between teachers and parents requires six major types of parental involvement, according to the magazine Phi Delta Kappan. […]



Phonemic Awareness Strategies for Building Literacy Skills Southeastern University

Phonemic Awareness Strategies for Building Literacy Skills

posted January 26th, 2017 by Brian Neese

A phoneme is the smallest unit of sound in speech. There are approximately 41 phonemes in the English language, according to a report from the National Reading Panel. […]



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The Key to Comprehension: Teaching Reading Strategies

posted January 25th, 2017 by Brian Neese

  Thirty-one percent of fourth-graders in the United States failed to achieve basic skills on the 2015 National Assessment of Educational Progress reading test. Thirty-six percent demonstrated reading […]



Reading Activities for Kids

Reading Activities for Kids: A Teacher’s Guide

posted January 16th, 2017 by Brian Neese

  Reading is an essential skill. Yet many students at all levels of education struggle with literacy and reading comprehension. That’s why teachers are always working hard to […]