HOW DO YOU CONDUCT YOUR LIFE?
Carefully? Cautiously? Courageously?
Well, you have one opportunity to conduct your life like music, you want your life to be better than a "C".
“ I believe that every teacher, parent and student should read this book. There a lot of GREAT life lessons in this book. The life lessons are not JUST for teachers, but EVERYONE. I enjoyed this book very much and even had tears in my eyes through his struggles and triumphs. Thank you, Paul!” – G. Panos
BAND TOGETHER – VISALIA Presents:
John C. Maxwell’s
THE MAXWELL PARENTING & FAMILY PROGRAM
Date & Time: TBA
First Presbyterian Church
215 N. Locust Street, Visalia, CA 93921
Please enter on First Street / parking behind CAFE 210
Paul Everts began teaching high school on July 3, 1989 and since then, has taught at five high schools – four public high schools and one small 8-12 grade independent school. During his career, all five high school music programs experienced significant growth and success.
In “Conducting My Life,“ Mr. Everts uses personal stories to show you how he conducts his life with all those “C’s” with another important “C” – Christ. Jesus Christ.
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The Freedom to say “No”
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