Praising God: How to Lead Worship

Praising God: How to Lead Worship

posted January 13th, 2017 by Brian Neese

  A heart of worship helps Christians glorify God and stay focused on Him. This is why Paul urged the Ephesians to “be filled with the Spirit, speaking […]

Advice for New Pastors

Advice for New Pastors: 3 Tips from a Pastor

posted November 22nd, 2016 by Brian Neese

  A pastor is in charge of teaching and leading members of the congregation in their spiritual development. As the Lord says in Jeremiah 3:15, “I will give […]

Supercharging Education: Technology in the Classroom

Supercharging Education: Virtual Reality in the Classroom

posted October 31st, 2016 by Brian Neese

  Technology remains one of the biggest trends in education. At many education levels, classrooms are relying more on computers, tablets, cloud-based solutions and the like. Similar to […]

Improving Education: An Overview of 4 Instructional Design Models

Improving Education: An Overview of 4 Instructional Design Models

posted October 14th, 2016 by Brian Neese

  Technology is now a focal point for how students learn. This is especially true with online learning, one of the fastest growing segments in higher education. Eduventures […]

Teaching English Language Learners | Southeastern University

Teaching English Language Learners

posted October 6th, 2016 by Brian Neese

  More than 9 percent of public school students in the United States were English Language Learners (ELLs) in 2013-14, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. […]

Business Etiquette

International Business Etiquette

posted September 26th, 2016 by Brian Neese

  It’s a good idea for international travelers to learn about a country’s culture and communication norms before they arrive. Being aware of topics like intercultural communication can […]

The increasingly digital world has created virtual volunteer opportunities accessible to anyone with a viable wi-fi connection, or sometimes just a phone.

Making a Difference: Virtual Volunteer Opportunities

posted August 25th, 2016 by Brian Neese

  The volunteer rate declined to 24.9 percent for the year ending in September 2015, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. This marks the fourth consecutive […]

Intercultural Communicarion: Low and High Context Cultures

Intercultural Communication: High- and Low-Context Cultures

posted August 17th, 2016 by Brian Neese

  Anthropologist Edward Hall founded the field of intercultural communication in 1959 with his book The Silent Language. The book was originally intended for the general public, but […]