What I Believe
Education is an ever-changing lifelong process and people
need to view themselves as life-long learners.
Learning values and ethics is an important part of a
Education & learning comes from excitement.
Excitement comes from visual teaching methods.
When the teacher is excited about what he is
teaching, the students become excited about what is being taught.
Jesus Christ is the one & only Son of God who died for our
sins & arose from the dead.
I Corinthians 15:1-8, John 3:16
The Bible is the inspired Word of God - a lamp unto our feet
& a light unto our path.
II Timothy 3:16, Psalm 119:105
Every person has worth as a creation of God, but all have
sinned & fall short of the glory of God.
Forgiveness of sins & the promise of eternal life are
available to those who trust Jesus Christ as their Savior & Lord.
Salvation is found in Jesus Christ alone, for no one comes to
God the Father except through Him.
Acts 4:12, John 14:6
Those accepting Christ should repent of sin, confess their
faith, be baptized into Him & commit their life to Him.
Romans 10:9, Acts 2:38
The church is the Body of Christ on earth, is empowered by
the Holy Spirit, & exists to save the lost & edify the saved.
Jesus Christ will one day return to earth & reign forever as
King of Kings & Lord of Lords.
I Thessalonians 4:13-18
Clowning & the use of clowning skills (juggling, balloon
sculpturing, magic effects, story telling, etc.) can be an amazingly effective
way of teaching ideas & concepts.
Not everyone is afraid of clowns.
It is not the scary movies & books that have caused
some to fear clowns. It is all those people out there calling themselves
"clowns" who look sloppy, act improperly & have no idea how to work with others,
especially kids. They are the ones who have hurt it for the rest of us.
"Science without religion is lame. Religion
without science is blind" - Albert Einstein
Science should be the most exciting subject that a student
has in school. There is not reason why anyone should not like science.
Science becomes fun when you take what you have learned from
a book & physically do something with it.
"Imagination is more important than knowledge" -
Everyone has a creative side. People who say they are
not creative just haven't developed that part of their brain.
Creativity can be learned, or at least faked in the
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