Episode 69: The 8 Great Smarts
Did you know Jesus died so that we may have ABUNDANT life, not just a life? Did you also know that children can only live an abundant life if they know who they are, and that they are known? Our guest today, Kathy Koch, wants to drive home the point that every kid is smart – and as we learn which type of smart, we can adapt our teaching styles in ways that have great potential to change everything for the better. Our hope is that you leave here today with fresh ideas of how to teach the children in your circle of influence so that they feel known by you. And even better, that they are known by God.
Ready to learn about the “8 Great Smarts” with Kathy & Lee? Let’s go…
DR. KATHY KOCH (pronounced “Cook”) is a parenting and childhood expert, the founder of Celebrate Kids, a popular speaker and radio guest, an expert for two of Kirk Cameron’s documentary movies, and an author of 6 books for Moody Publishers. She has loved Jesus for almost her whole life and her faith and desire to serve and glorify God is the foundation of her ministry.
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