A Biblical View of Godly Character

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A Biblical View of Godly Character

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“Character, a wise person once said, is what we do when no one is looking. It is not the same as reputation—what other people think of us. It is not the same as success or achievement. Character is not what we have done, but who we are”

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By: Mark Farnham and Charles Walker

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This course provides teachers with the framework for developing godly character. Since preschool children are imitators and easily influenced, special emphasis is placed on strategies teachers can use to model godly character to their preschoolers. Psalm 119:1–16 explains the character formation process. Three steps to character formation—1. envision renewed character, 2. declare intention to change, and 3. practice the means of change—present ways to heighten your awareness to developing Christian character in your life and in your students’ lives.

Files are in PDF format. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat, you can download Acrobat Reader here. Once you download the file and complete the activities, email the completed course file to us and we will mail you a certificate of completion.

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