Highlights for March 2017

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ACSI Europe HIGHLIGHTS - March 2017

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Dear Praying Friends of ACSI Europe,

We are delighted to report to you that your faithful support of prayers and giving enabled us to provide another blessed event for 185 Christian school leaders from 24 countries.

The International Educational Leadership Conference was held in Budapest on March 1-4. Our conference theme was LEADING FROM THE HEART. Four keynote sessions addressed the various aspects of Christian school leadership, ten workshops in two sessions dealt with practical application of Christian leadership, and a panel discussion provided the opportunity for asking hard questions on Christian school leadership.

Besides the teaching sessions of the conference, there were two sessions dedicated to developing partnership among Christian schools. During this session, schools set up display tables with their school brochures, and ideas for partnership while the other half of the participants visited their displays. During the other partnership session the second half of the schools set up display tables and the rest of the conference participants visited them.

Each person in the picture represents a different country. We are committed to be praying for each other as part of the global Christian school leadership community.
May God continue to use the Christian schools in advancing His Kingdom.
LEADING FROM THE HEART ~ "so that the servant of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work" 2 Tim 3:17
Dr. Stephen Reel, Senior Director of the Southern Division for ACSI, teaching on "Leadership from the Heart".
Mike Epp, Senior Vice President ACSI Global teaching on Relational Competencies.
Drs. L.N. (Rens) Rottier, Board Chair of Driestar Christian University in Holland
Berthold Meier, General Secretary of the Association of German Christian Schools (VEBS)
During the conference, ACSI and representatives of the Committee of Dutch Reformed school leaders (BO) signed a partnership agreement. BO represents 9 schools, 27 campuses, nearly 2550 teachers and 26.000 students.
Networking among the Christian school leaders was one of the key features of this leadership conference.
Click on the link below for more pictures from the conference. 

IELC 2017 Photos

ACSI Europe is offering a Moodle based online course for teachers to facilitate international collaborations. The online course offers high quality methodological training combined with biblical integration and Project Based Learning. Visit our website for more information.
Please pray for:
March  13-May 5 - Online Course for International Collaborative Projects for Christian Schools
March 25 - Regional Teachers Conference, Deva, Romania
April 3-8 - Christian Schools Study Tour in the Washington, DC. area with 22 Christian school leaders from Germany, Hungary, and Romania
April 10-15 - Christian Schools in-service trip in Romania
THANK YOU for your ongoing prayers and support of ACSI Europe's ministry!
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