Doing something new can be scary, it takes courage, and sometimes we have to step out a bit, especially when our friends don’t want to get involved. One way we’re different to oysters is that they are passive – they wait for the grit. Instead I encourage our students to go out and grab it! Choose challenge, to make a pearl in their life. Everyone is a learner, everyone can grow with determination, persistence and a kind attitude. Everyone can make not just one pearl but many.
In This Issue
Easter is an event we hold as significant in our school. It points to a real moment in history where God acted for everyone – every age, in every time, in every culture. It’s easy to miss in the flashy show of chocolate, bunnies (or bilbies) and holidays. But take a good look and even a sceptic can appreciate what real love for our world looks like. READ MORE
Whatever your plans are for Easter, I encourage you to make church a part of your routine. This may be foreign territory for you but it will be worth the effort as we stop and think what has been done for us. “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.” John 3:16 READ MORE
This Easter, celebrate! Eat chocolate and relax during the break. But also pause to reflect on a love so great, that it would endure death, in order to set us free. I’ve attached a list of local Church services too, if you’d like to know more about the true meaning of Easter. Check out the many Good Friday and Sunday Services happening over the Easter weekend! READ MORE