AHG Father Daughter Dance reflects God’s love for his children

A father’s relationship to his daughter is unique in that not only does it mirror the Heavenly Father’s love for all of His children, but also the extraordinary love He has for His daughters in particular. After all, it was to the Samaritan woman at the well that Jesus first revealed himself as the Jews’ promised Messiah,… Continue reading AHG Father Daughter Dance reflects God’s love for his children

Chapel Checkup 2/9/18, Missions Chapel, led by our Spanish students

Cantad al SEÑOR, bendecid su nombre; proclamad de día en día las buenas nuevas de su salvación. Contad su gloria entre las naciones, sus maravillas entre todos los pueblos. Salmos 96:2-3   Sing to the LORD, bless his name; tell of his salvation from day to day. Declare his glory among the nations, his marvelous… Continue reading Chapel Checkup 2/9/18, Missions Chapel, led by our Spanish students

Q&A: Deborah Roby tells all about her first missions trip to Haiti

By Amanda Compton This week was Missions Week at Twin Oaks Presbyterian Church and School. During this time, missionaries visited classrooms to share their testimonies with students — telling them of praises and persecutions as well as cultural struggles both familiar and unfamiliar to the average American.  A couple of weeks ago, the Eagle Flyer… Continue reading Q&A: Deborah Roby tells all about her first missions trip to Haiti

First Things First: Olympics and Super Bowls-Does Practice Make Perfect?

What you have learned and received and heard and seen in me—practice these things, and the God of peace will be with you. Philippians 4:9 Mr. Matthew Pannkuk-Chaplain, Middle School Bible Teacher Sports are a joy to watch.  The physical feats that athletes are capable of achieving can be astounding to behold. What we mostly… Continue reading First Things First: Olympics and Super Bowls-Does Practice Make Perfect?

Chapel Checkup 1/26/18, 4th Grade Led Chapel: The Freedom of Forgiveness

bearing with one another and, if one has a complaint against another, forgiving each other; as the Lord has forgiven you, so you also must forgive. Colossians 3:13 By Mr. Matt Pannkuk–Chaplain, Middle School Bible Teacher Chapel Check-In 1/26/18, Young Peacemaker Chapter 8: The Freedom of Forgiveness The fourth grade class did a marvelous job… Continue reading Chapel Checkup 1/26/18, 4th Grade Led Chapel: The Freedom of Forgiveness