An End-of-Year Message from Bobby Scott
The presence of Christ has sustained us this year.
BY Bobby Scott, Headmaster
As we have moved through spring, the fragrance of flowers and emerging fruit is prolific. This aroma reminds us of the presence of Christ that has sustained us this year in times of pruning and abiding. We are in the tender hands of the Vinedresser. May the coming months be fruitful, as together we abide in His love in precious time with our families. Congratulations to our graduates and prayer for full joy in the coming school year.
Leadership is a laid-down life.
The path between our two doors is already very worn, and I am thankful for a friend and mom who is so eager to share this space with me and encourage me in this adventure. It is a dream come true!
Let’s play to our boys’ strengths and join them on their adventures. Lean in. Let them know that they are seen, they are loved, they are unique, they have gifts, and they are valuable!
It took my “shatteredness,” God’s grace, and the covenant family of Perimeter School to show me what covenant really is: the healthy body of Christ putting the broken body of Christ on their shoulders.
When we hold our children accountable, come alongside to coach them, and give them encouragement in the process, we are teaching them the value of work and developing a work ethic and strong habits.
I pray that as we memorize and mediate on scripture together, our covenant community will seek a rhythm which resonates with the light and love of Jesus, amplified by our fellowship with God and one another.
Together, as we walk in the light, we can experience the love of God being perfected in us.
I believe we can continue to grow in both relevance and excellence while upholding what we know to be best for the character and education of our children.
Discipleship has pointed me to Christ and has given me the strength to face circumstances with a whole new perspective.
Press in, pursue the people around you, let them in. Be known and know others as we are running arm-in-arm next to each other for the glory of our King.