School of Ministry is now in session and if you have not been made aware, it just might be for you. My name is Bryan, I attended the Reliance School of Ministry for the 2012-2013 year, and I want to tell you about my experience. What a blessing and privilege it has been to attend this program over the past year. I certainly did not write about everything that School of Ministry (SOM) entails nor would you likely be motivated to read such a lengthy review. However, I will attempt to give you just a little insight into how I see SOM in retrospect and where I think it may or may not fit into your life right now.
Often times, as we go through life we become blind to the things that are taking place around us. This isn’t an intentional thing that we do – it’s just a reality. Whether it is the pair of socks that I left on the bathroom counter for a week and now no longer even see, or it’s the homeless person posted up at the onramp to the freeway that I drive past every day, I tend to stop noticing those things that are familiar.
Endearing sweet, irresistibly cuddly, and oh-so-photogenic! Yes, babies are all of those things, but they are also incontrovertibly needy. Babies are born into this world utterly dependent upon their parents. Parents play a key role in determining how their baby-turned-toddler-turned-child is disciplined, educated, and influenced. Hence, it is the parents’ inherent responsibility to