Liberty University-still attending (Master's)
Looking for assistance in some Math and English? I am your tutor. I had perfect Math scores throughout school. I attended Southeastern Elementary School (K-8) and Locust Fork High School (94-98). I played 12 years of baseball, four years of football, and seven years of basketball. I attended Southeastern Bible College (98-2002). I have also attended Liberty University and graduated in 2007. I am currently attending Liberty University for my MA in Pastoral Ministries. My English has gotten better over time, which also means my speaking and writing has excelled. I have had public speaking classes as well as experience in speaking to one person to a whole congregation of people, either inside and outside of the church. I have been in active military, Army National Guard, and I am currently a Birmingham Police Officer so I have structure to everything I do to get the mission accomplished.
Looking for assistance in some Math and English? I am your tutor. I had perfect Math scores throughout school. I attended Southeastern Elementary School (K-8) and Locust Fork High School (94-98). I played 12 years of baseball, four years of football, and seven years of basketball. I attended Southeastern Bible College (98-2002). I have also
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I have 12 years of experience. I played every position on the field. Consisting of nine players on the field at once. a batter from the other team step up to home plate. The pitcher throws the ball to the catcher. Types of pitches the pitcher throws are either a slider, curve, fastball, change up, knuckle ball. The goal of the game is to not make errors, play solid defense on the field and score as many runs as possible to win the game.
I played seven years of basketball. Mostly center and forward positions. There are five players from two teams on the court at once. The positions are point guard, shooting guard, small forward, forward, and center. The object is to score the most points and winning the game. This is done by stopping the other team from scoring either by stealing the ball, blocking the ball, or the other team missing the shoot, and a defensive rebound takes place.
I have been teaching the Bible for 10 plus years. I have a BS in Religion from Liberty University and am working toward a M.A. in Pastoral Ministries from Liberty as well. Bible studies are the way God reveals himself to the reader today, and it tells us how to live in view of who He is. Learning how to study the Bible is crucial. This is done through inductive study. Deductive study is another way in studying the Bible but it is less effective.
I have experience in substitute teaching with the Elementary age groups of (k-6)through the Jefferson County Board of Education from 2007-2009. I also have five children who are in Elementary. Dealing with kids is something I am experienced, and I have experience in teaching the different subjects of Elementary Education.
I have played football for four years in school. I played the offense and defensive line. I also played some outside linebacker. The two teams has 11 players on the field, one playing defense and one playing offense. The object of the game is to score the most points. This is done through a the quarterback having a good game, the running back making plenty of yards, and the wide receivers catching the ball. This is accomplished by having a good and well coached offensive line. The defense is to stop the offense from gaining yards, first downs, and touchdowns. The defense must work as a cohesive unit as well. The defensive line is where it starts, with linebackers following, then the defensive backs. Techniques is the where either the defensive line or the offensive lines wins.
I have had four years of biblical Greek, I know the phonics of the Greek language and the alphabet of the Greek language as well. I understand the parts of speech within the Greek language. The Greek language does not go well with the English format which we are familiar. It is dominated around words of emphasis. Majority of the Greek words are compound words to make an idea. A lot of our English words are derived from Greek words and ideas. In fact, during my time taking Greek in college, it helped me with my English.
I have had three classes on public speaking in different forums. I have had many opportunities which I took on speaking in front of groups of people, either in the Bible studies, reunions, and in preaching. The rule before speaking is to go over and practice the speech. Practicing one's speech and going over it before, will help the speaker during his speech. It will help the speaker to stay away from words such as huh, ummm, and uh which take away from the speech. It also deters the audience from listening to the speaker. Another rule a speaker must do during the actual speech is to look at the audience. There many more things we can discuss about public speaking.
I have studied religion throughout my 7-8 years in college and seminary. I understand a lot of religions, both the major and small religions. I am a follower of Christ.