The word “treasure” is a term we are familiar with. “Treasure” (θησαυρός) is “Thesaurus” in our language. A Thesaurus is similar in some ways to a dictionary. A Thesaurus is a collection of words that are organized in a systematic way to identify synonyms and antonyms to learn language and concepts. Words and concepts are treasures! Bible teaching is a treasure. Truth is a treasure.
Let’s talk about school. Some are starting school for the first time, others are anticipating a new year of discovery, and growth, and still others are saying, “One more year until I graduate!” It can be a very busy time. How can a student, parent, or family juggle all the new routines and responsibilities that come with the start of a new school year? Have a flexible plan. Having a flexible plan helps with the pace of life.
I carry what is considered an EDC knife. I do not feel prepared for a day in the office, in the woods, or on a trip – without my knife.
In the same way that I am not prepared for the day without my knife, the Christian is not prepared for the day without his/her Bible. The Bible is what keeps the faith and love growing in the Christian. The Scriptures help us to know God, and learn how to have salvation through the finished work of Christ.
What is your eyesight according to the eye doctor? Need correction? With today marking the new year and the calendar turning to 2020, be encouraged that 2020 is good for more than eyesight only. What do you want to see in your life in 2020? Do you have any goals or dreams that you wouldContinue reading “2020 is Good for More than Vision”
Why A Christian School? Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful. Psalm 1:1 The idea of education is rooted in Biblical principles. Many schools throughout history were started with the purpose of teaching childrenContinue reading “Why We Sponsor a Christian School”
Recently I have been reading about the life of George Washington. His incredible story continues to motivate and shape the direction of many people today. His famous speech delivered to The Continental Congress, once nominated to be the first Commander in Chief, is worth repeating today for its sincerity and humility. He said in part: Continue reading “3 Lessons From George Washington”
“Now the God of peace, that brought again from the dead our Lord Jesus, that great shepherd of the sheep, through the blood of the everlasting covenant, Make you perfect in every good work to do his will, working in you that which is wellpleasing in his sight, through Jesus Christ; to whom be glory forContinue reading “Letting God Grow You”
Screen Suggestions for Students Let your moderation be known unto all men. The Lord is at hand. Philippians 4:5 Screen suggestions for students, well, perhaps more for the parents of students. All of us have noticed the exponential leap of digital devices creeping into our lives. I like the new devices. The digital things, screensContinue reading “Screen Suggestions for Students”
Starting the New School Year Right The thoughts of the diligent tend only to plenteousness; but of every one that is hasty only to want. Proverbs 21:5 You may enjoy this humorous story as much as I did: “A college freshman was giving her friend a tour of the college she attended. She pointed outContinue reading “Starting the New School Year Right”
Time And Growth Recently I read about an incident that occurred back in 2004. A fight broke out among the residents of a nursing home in their dining hall. One man was playing with the lettuce in the serving line with his bare hands. From that a fight ensued. A 62-year-old and an 86-year-old startedContinue reading “Time And Growth”