One of my favorite classes in High School was Freshman Biology. My favorite memories of the class are when we left the desks lined up in front of the chalkboard and moved to the counter height lab tables. We gathered around those tables, usually in groups of two to four students and we would begin […]
This past week, my daughter’s school held their annual Football Homecoming celebrations. As a part of the celebrations, the school hosted a day for students to dress up for “Heritage Day.” My daughter pieced together an outfit representing our family’s Scottish heritage. Several of her classmates dressed in clothing representing their family’s heritage. As I […]
The author of Hebrews challenges the reader about halfway through the epistle by writing: So let us stop going over the basic teachings about Christ again and again. Let us go on instead and become mature in our understanding. Surely we don’t need to start again with the fundamental importance of repenting from evil deeds and […]
Each month we seek to remember and celebrate what has taken place. It’s easy to think all we do is announce one thing and then move on. Let’s look back at how God has been working among us.
Over the summer, our teens engaged in a variety of service projects, but the one that involved the greatest majority of our students was building a bridge. For years, people have been walking through a break in the woodline on the northwest corner of our parking lot. Many who walk this path are headed to […]