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  • Cross Breed

    Cross Breed

    LEA Weekly Devotion Cross Purposes series 2020 Week of November 29, 2020     Cross Breed Thanksgiving has passed, but opportunities to thank God haven’t died. So... [more]

  • Words on Wednesday - November 18, 2020

    Words on Wednesday - November 18, 2020

    Words of encouragement on Philippians 1. By Rev. Keith Haney, November 18, 2020

  • Words on Wednesday - November 11, 2020

    Words on Wednesday - November 11, 2020

    Words of encouragement on Ephesians 2. By Leon Jameson, November 11, 2020.

  • The Virtually Led Children's Christmas Service

    The Virtually Led Children's Christmas Service

    Dr. Jeffrey Burkart, October 9.   2020 has been a year of changes within schools.  Lutheran Schools in particular are used to gathering in their churches to proclaim the Gospel message through... [more]

  • LEAconnects Preview

    LEAconnects Preview

    Laura Piel, October 2020.  See the content and features available to you through LEAconnects.

  • Content Winter 2017

    Content Winter 2017

    Winter 2017. Listing of items in this issue. Click Here to Read:  Content Winter 2017

  • Review, Reflect, Resolve Winter 2017

    Review, Reflect, Resolve Winter 2017

    Written by Ed Grube, Winter 2017. Helpful discussion starters as you read and discuss the articles from the Winter 2017 issue. Click Here to Read:  Review, Reflect, Resolve Winter 2017

  • LEA Awards 2016

    LEA Awards 2016

    Written by Ed Grube, Winter 2017. Affirming Educators who are the 2016 Award Recipients. Click Here to Read:  LEA Awards 2016

  • From the Executive Director and the Editor

    From the Executive Director and the Editor

    Written by Jonathan Laabs and Ed Grube, Winter 2017 Click Here to Read:  From the Executive Director and the Editor

  • LEA News Shaping the Future Winter 2017

    LEA News Shaping the Future Winter 2017

    Written by Ed Grube, Winter 2017. Current resources for all. Click Here to Read:  LEA News Shaping the Future Winter 2017

  • The Good, the Bad, and the Comedic - My Experience as a Missionary Teaching in Slovakia

    The Good, the Bad, and the Comedic - My Experience as a Missionary Teaching in Slovakia

    Written by Lucas Sprouse, Winter 2017. Former LEA student worker Lucas Sprouse is a global Lutheran educator! Read about his experiences in Slovakia. Click Here to Read:  The Good, the Bad, and... [more]

  • Cross Curriculum Evangelism Project

    Cross Curriculum Evangelism Project

    Written by Lori Flenner, Winter 2017. Involve your class in a cross curriculum project that results in a helpful resource for parents and their young children in church. Click Here to Read:  Cross... [more]

  • Moving Balloons and Lights Academy

    Moving Balloons and Lights Academy

    Written by David Black, Winter 2017. Find out what hot air balloons and secondary education have in common. Click Here to Read:  Moving Balloons and Lights Academy

  • Called to Educate and be a Youth Worker

    Called to Educate and be a Youth Worker

    Written by Belinda Karge, Winter 2017. So…you have youth ministry responsibilities in addition to a full-time teaching load! However will you manage? Click Here to Read: Called to Educate and be a... [more]

  • Coding, Failure, and the Future

    Coding, Failure, and the Future

    Written by William Vann, Winter 2017. Why has coding made its resurgence, and what careers are we trying to prepare students for now? Click Here to Read:  Coding, Failure, and the Future

  • It's Too Late

    It's Too Late

    Written by Bruce Braun, Winter 2017. Sometimes it's too late to issue or accept a Call! Click Here to Read:  It's Too Late

  • New Life in Retirement

    New Life in Retirement

    Written by Gerry Schalk, Rick Herman, Roger Walker, and Carolyn Sims, Winter 2017. Retirement opens more opportunities than just time to relax in the sun with a cold beverage. Here is what some... [more]

  • Learning Center Management

    Learning Center Management

    Written by Carrie Ill, Winter 2017. Managing content and student movement in your learning centers will enhance your children’s learning experiences. Click Here to Read:  Learning Center Management