Monthly Archives: May 2013

29 05, 2013

Greater Shaols Implementing A Strategy That Simply Works

May 29th, 2013|Priority Parents|

Casey Hagle of Greater Shoals writes." We have seen almost 100 students receive the hope of Christ through salvation. Most of these students are unchurched and were disconnected from the local church. This has been made possible because the strategy of First Priority effectively unites the body of Christ on the campuses of our schools. [...]

23 05, 2013

Following God’s Call

May 23rd, 2013|Nehemiah|

I work from home sometimes.  Other times I work in the office.  Sometimes I am on the road to speak, attend a local FP board meeting, golf fundraiser, or coach a director.  Sometimes I have a day with the family or a Sabbath to journal, read scripture, and the latest preacher book out there.  How [...]

17 05, 2013

Are You Challenging Your Students to do Hard Things?

May 17th, 2013|Church Leaders, Community Leaders|

First Priority wants to say thank you for being a leader and a light on the schools in your community. The school in America is considered to be part of the 3rd largest mission field in the world consisting of 25 million students. The hard work and your passion to see Christ made known at your local schools has [...]

8 05, 2013

Financial Stewardship

May 8th, 2013|Nehemiah|

Let me paint a picture for you. It’s an overwhelming picture that points to a dream we’d all like to achieve.  Let’s take an average small city school: McDowell High School, comprising grades 9-12, enrolls approximately 2,400 students annually.  I am going to use two assumed averages about the church.  First, that an average church [...]

8 05, 2013

Great Resource “Do Hard Things”

May 8th, 2013|Faculty Sponsors|

First Priority wants to say thank you for being a leader and a light on the schools in your community. The school in America is considered to be part of the 3rd largest mission field in the world consisting of 25 million students. The hard work and your passion to see Christ made known at your local schools has [...]