HIGH SCHOOL CHAPEL
Tuesday: In what has become a yearly tradition, Oliver Hersey, former TC math teacher, spoke. He is currently working on a doctorate in Old Testament. His message began by helping us understand how statues of kings functioned in the ancient world. He used this idea to help us understand how we are created in God's image. How do we represent God in the world? How does "image of God" affect our relationships? Mr. Hersey offered a strong challenge to consider how we treat others different from us.
Thursday: We had our monthly student-led small groups. The focus was on "standing firm". We read the Bible passages that Mr. Wiener highlighted in his talks at the beginning of February. Some questions asked in the groups: what are threats that hinder us from standing firm? And what can we do or stop doing to help us stand firm in our faith?
MIDDLE SCHOOL CHAPEL
Mrs. Sytsma's homeroom led us in a special Ash Wednesday chapel. It was an interactive chapel that emphasized the importance of confession and surrender to Jesus. It included a student-made video and student readings on the subject of Lent. Our time of confession was spiritually powerful!
High School. Tuesday: Black History Assembly; Thursday: Black History Chapel
Middle School: Black History Chapel
Location: Timothy Christian Schools