How do we best remember what we should remember and forget what we should forget? Pastor Ed Hedding offers Biblical guidance on what is essential to remember from God's Word and our spiritual journey, and what lessons from the past can be recalled so as to not repeat our failings. Pastor Ed adds a very helpful illustration as to the perspective of the past to the present in this not to miss teaching!
As the back-to-school excitement grows and kids head back to class, teachers are more stressed than ever. In a recent Gallup poll of 12,319 full-time U.S. employees, more than 44% of K-12 employees feel “always” or “very often” burned out. This number is 14% higher than other employees in America. We’re going to explore why this might be and how we can actively encourage our teachers with Kevin Jones, the Dean of the School of Education at Cedarville University. Gain perspective and understanding for our teachers on Tuesday’s conversation on Ken and Deb in the Morning.
Ed Hedding is Senior Pastor of Pleasant View Baptist Church in Bettendorf. He is a graduate of Liberty University and has been in full time ministry since 1987. He loves his wife Diane and three grown children Joshua, Bethany, and Daniel and grandson Christopher Kime. In his spare time he enjoys running outside, golfing and reading. His favorite vacations are at the beach.
Dr. Kevin M. Jones joined the faculty at Cedarville University in 2020. He is a native of Louisville, Kentucky, and has varied experience in public school systems, homeschooling, collegiate level teaching, and administration. He previously held posts at Boyce College and Kentucky State University. He has served as a lay pastor at Buck Run Baptist Church, Forest Baptist Church, and Watson Memorial Baptist Church.