Limit : Genesis 1:28-31
Language : Good - tobh ( ,translated in the ancient Greek "Septuagint" translation of the
Old Testament as kalon, ) Pleased with, accepting of God was very happy with humans
when he first created us.
Location : Earth
Limit: John 6:27-29
Location: Capernaum, Sea of Galilee
Language: Apollymi - Which Perishes Definition: to destroy utterly I chose this because I sometimes think this word is
less harsh than it actually is.
Literature: Narrative - The book of Jo
L-Work Matt 22
Limit: Matt. 22:15-22Location: JerusalemLiterature: Teaching/Sermon/ParableLanguage: pagideuo - To trap, entrap,
Learn: I learned that the Pharisees were trying to trap, or out smart Jesus, and to put Him to the test. The only
L-Work Matt. 14
Limit: Matt. 14:22-33
Location: Sea of Galilee
Literature: Narrative, this is the story of Jesus.
Language: peripateo- To walk; Hebrew meaning to regulate/conduct/pass ones life.
Lesson: I learned that Jesus went to be alone before He did
Limit: Mark 2:1-7Location: Capernaum, the second time.Literature: Narrative. This is the story of Jesus and how he
heals and forgives.
Language: aphiemi - to send away, to omit, neglect, disregard, leave, go away from, abandon. There ar
L-work Genesis 1
Limit: Genesis 1:26-30Location: Garden of EdenLiterature: Narrative/CreationLanguage: demuwth - to resemble in
character, or to be like someone.
Learn: I learned that we were created in Gods likeness, and we were given the gift to think f
Limit: Genesis 1:27 ESV
Location: Garden of Eden. This is part of the mighty work of God, when He creates everything.
Language: Tselem - In the image. I chose this because I thought it was interesting that it was used two times in a rows,
in this v
Limit: John 15:1-4
Location: Israel, Jesus is preaching to the crowds somewhere.
Language: georgos - A worker of the grounds, or soil.
Literature: Narrative/Sermon. This is about the story of Jesus, but this chapter is one particular sermon that Je
L-Work Luke 15
Limit: Luke 15:11-32
Location: A Pharisee's House.
Literature: Parable. This is a teaching of Jesus
Language: diaskorpizo - Disperse, Scatter, Squander. To literally waste.
Learn: I learned that the younger son wasted everything that he had
L-WorkLocation: It is believed that Romans was written in Corinth.
Literature: Letter. This is the letter to the believers in Rome, addressing certain problems in the church there, and how to
Language: homologeo - To concede, to promise, confess,
Limit: Genesis 1:31
Location: Garden of Eden
Language: kol - all Hebrew
Literature: Narrative, in Genesis 1 is the story of the creation of the universe.
Learn: God created everything in a perfect way. He made it where everything in the universe
Moral development in middle
Desiring to make the world a better place
E.G (world peace etc.)
Transitioning from selfish benefits to the
feelings of others (Being
Internalizing and externalizing
August 2008 - Research from Ohio State University published in the Journal of Marital and
Family Therapy has challenged the common perception that girls tend to internalize their
problems, becoming depressed
What are the Physiological, Soul, and Spiritual Changes in
AWSNA lecture given at the AWSNA Teachers Conference, Kimberton Waldorf School
Monday, June 24, 2002 by Betty Staley
I would like to elaborate further on some thoughts brought
(annotations in italics)
Ellen McGrath, May 21 2007
They're young, they're often highly visibleand they're in deep trouble. America's adolescent
boys may look strong as they swagger down the street, but in reality they are the population at
3 Sports Psychology Tips for Coaches and Parents
As youth sports psychology experts, we often work very closely with parents and coaches when
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L-Work Mark 10
Limit: Mark 10:17-27Location: Beyond the Jordan, somewhere. Literature: Narrative/Lesson/SermonLanguage:
akoloutheo - to follow, accompany, assist.
Learn: I learned that Pride is how people hurt themselves, and others. The more proud you ar
L-Work Matt. 28
Limit: Matt. 28:16-20Location: Mountain in GalileeLiterature: Narrative the story of Jesus.Language: distazo
Uncertain, doubtful, of little faith.
Learn: I learned that the disciples, the men that lived and breathed, and ate with Jesus do
Limit: Matt. 28:1-10
Location: Galilee, more specifically the tomb where Jesus was buried.
Literature: Narrative. This is the Gospel of Jesus being expanded from the story of Mark.
Language: astrape - Lightening, or the gleam of a lamp
L-Work Assurance of Salvation
Limit: Romans 8:35-39Location: Romans was believed to have been written in Corinth, but no one knows for
Literature: Letter. This is Pauls letter to the Roman church, to address certain problems and struggles they ar