One of my favorite verses is Psalm 139:14; “I will praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made!”
It is important to me because it motivates me to always do my best.
2016-17 is my 17th year at GCA. I love meeting each of my new students, knowing that God has placed each of them in my room on purpose and for a purpose.
I hope for this class of students is that they will not only gain knowledge but that they would grow spiritually, learning to turn to Jesus, as their source.
When I am not teaching, I am wishing that I was teaching.
Isaiah 44:23 “Shout for joy, you heavens, for the LORD has done it! Shout aloud, you depths of the earth! Burst out with singing, you mountains, you forest, and all your trees!”
We attend Cornerstone Church in Milwaukee. I am a team leader as a part of the Production Team, I lead the slides and media group.
I am excited to teach at GCA because I believe in what we do here.
My teaching philosophy starts with a little bit of love, a lotta bit of Jesus, and fun days planned, and prayers . . . the rest pretty much handles itself.
One tidbit about me, I can make killer buttermilk biscuits from scratch . . . served best with gravy.
Psalm 118:24: “This is the day the Lord has made; we will rejoice and be glad in it.”
I attend Epikos. I help with the children’s ministry supplies, such as sorting and prepping materials. I also attend a Bible study group weekly.
Excited about teaching- same as last year.
My teaching philosophy is that everything we do and learn is centered on God. My goal is to help each of my students grow not only academically, but spiritually as well.
An unusual fact about me is I played with a dolphin in the water when I went to the Bahamas.
Psalm 139:14 “I will praise you for I am fearfully and wonderfully made.”
My family attends Poplar Creek Church in New Berlin. My husband and I teach Children’s Church and volunteer to work at Royal Family Kids Camp.
I love teaching and being a part of the Grace Christian Academy family. It is a privilege to share Christ and The Word with my students.
I do my best to keep Christ at the center of what we do. My desire is to see each child come to know Jesus and for each one to have His Word hidden in their heart.
While in El Salvador this summer, I jumped in a lake in the crater of a volcano, Lake Coatepeque.