HIGH SCHOOL CHAPEL
Tuesday: Our principal, Mr. Mitchell, challenged us with the theme of "be different, not weird". How is God calling you to get out of your comfort zone, love one another, make a difference for Jesus, and live differently from the world's value system? This talk was not for the faint of heart. It was a call to radical discipleship.
Thursday: Jeff Klein, TCHS Bible teacher from the 90's, warned us of the danger of being a bystander. We can be tempted to hear God's Word and think someone else will take care of that. The Great Commission in Matthew 28 is a call for each of us to make disciples. What are you doing to grow God's Kingdom? God wants to use your your talents, gifts, and passions for his glory. The chapel was held in the gym.
MIDDLE SCHOOL CHAPEL
After Mrs. Systma invited students to prayer on the National Day of Prayer, Jeff Klein spoke to the middle schoolers. When we "feed" on the world's value system, we become spiritually malnourished. It would be like having Twinkies for dinner. He called students to grow deep in the faith and not settle for shallowness. Klein's specific challenge was to sit quiet in prayer for at least ten minutes a day and be open to how God is speaking to them. The chapel was held at Faith CRC.
High School. Tuesday: Andy Pasek; Thursday: Hanibal Rodriguez
Middle School: VanderBill Homeroom
Location: Timothy Christian Schools