Julie Jewell

Julie grew up in Augusta, Georgia. She received a bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education from Georgia State University in 2004 and a Master’s degree as a Reading Specialist from Radford University in 2010. She previously worked as a classroom teacher and reading specialist in the area. She is thankful for the opportunity to unite her passion for children and her passion for Jesus by serving at Northstar! It is her hope every child that walks into Northstar feels the love of Jesus and wants to know more about Him.

Julie and her husband Charlie (who blessed her with the unforgettable name, Julie Jewell) welcomed their daughter, Claire to the world in August of 2012. Claire reminds them daily of God’s love and sense of humor. Julie enjoys baking, reading, running and Starbucks.

Julie is the Children & Family Minister on the staff at Northstar. Visit our leadership page to get to know the rest of the team.

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Posts by Julie Jewell

With Marriage Retreat Comes to You!

Blog

We had a great turnout for our With Marriage Retreat at Hotel Floyd on February 5-6 as 18 couples participated. The couples all affirmed the material was “on point,” and there were suggestions to make it available to other couples who weren’t able to participate this past weekend. So, if you were not able to make it to the With …

Memorizing Scripture for Kids

Blog, Children's Ministry

Memorize – the word strikes up thoughts of boredom, dusty old classrooms and often defeat. I am not the best at memorizing; I can barely remember what I went downstairs for most days, much less long lines of scripture word for word, as well as the chapter and verse number. But what are the benefits? Should I look at memorization …

Joy in the Chaos

Blog, Children's Ministry

Over on The Parent Cue blog, Sarah Anderson wrote a fantastic post in 2013 titled Joy in the Chaos that’s a good read for parents during the holiday season. My son is asking for a car this Christmas. He’s four. He started asking for one months ago. And I— foolishly—thought it would be an idea that waned with time. Not so much. …