On Wednesday, September 13th, 2017, Shepherds Hill Academy delivered items collected for Hurricane Victims to their local drop-off point to be delivered to victims of Hurricane Harvey in Houston, Texas. Franklin County Georgia individuals and organizations partnered with the Salvation Army of Greater Houston and the St. John’s United Methodist Church in downtown Houston to provide relief to individuals and families impacted by Hurricane Harvey.
Shepherds Hill Academy (SHA) has launched it’s first ever Business/Communications Internship Program. Under the supervision of Director of Marketing, Lane Taylor, the Business Internship program has been designed to aid college students in achieving business credit and real life business experience as they prepare to enter the workforce. “Shepherds Hill Academy’s internship opportunity uniquely combines a ministry/nonprofit opportunity with hands on business experience,” Taylor said.
Summer is rolling by fast, but don’t miss the top 5 posts of June 2016! This list of our Top 5 Posts of June 2016 includes: Neil Haley of Total Tutor, Allison Wallace, Beth Embry of Shepherds Hill Academy, Deborah Roszel, author and wife of co-host Rich Roszel, and a couple of posts from your very own Trace Embry. #5 Is Social Media Dangerous: with
In case you might be wondering… Here are the top 5 most visited posts in the last couple of months. This list of our Top 5 Posts of April and May 2016 includes: Vikki Paese of our very own Shepherds Hill Family Coaching, Dr. Jean Lawrence, Kay Warren, and a couple posts from your’s truly. #5 The Benefits of Family Coaching with Shepherds Hill Academy
Today, we list the Top Parenting Videos of 2015. We hope you will enjoy them! Here are the top five videos that “YOU” have found most helpful in this past year! You can also subscribe to my YouTube channel to see all the videos available on valuable parenting advice. Top Parenting Videos of 2015 1. What Age is Appropriate to Stop Spanking [Video] What
For the month of July, my team and I will be on vacation and working on various projects. During this time, I will be publishing a One Minute Video post from the archives. We started our One Minute Video posts over a year ago. It continues to be one of our most viewed articles each week. I hope you enjoy this series of One Minute
For the month of June, I will be working in the studio on a couple of projects as well as taking a vacation. During this time, I will be publishing a One Minute Video post from the archives. We started our One Minute Video posts over a year ago. It continues to be one of our most viewed articles each week. I hope you enjoy
For the next couple of weeks, I will be working in the studio on a couple of projects as well as taking a vacation. During this time, I will be publishing a Best of Series for my One Minute Videos. We started our One Minute Video posts over a year ago. It continues to be one of our most viewed articles each week. I hope
In my time of serving families, I have had thousands of conversations with hundreds of parents from all walks of life. In some cases it’s merely a casual dialogue; in other cases, however, the parent is emotionally distraught and at their wit’s end. Through these conversations, I’ve learned that each conversation has the potential to be a valuable resource to parents. This has led me
As a mom or dad, have you ever considered yourself a pastor or the spiritual leader of your family and to your children? From my experience, in general, it seems that parents have abdicated their role as spiritual leaders and mentors to the local youth group. There is no biblical precedent for this as parents are called to be the spiritual leaders of the home.