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.
Together, as we walk in the light, we can experience the love of God being perfected in us.
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.
When God called us to fellowship with one another, He called us to come together so that we could experience a “oneness” with each other. He called us to fellowship so that we could each bring our unique gifts and become a team, meeting each other’s spiritual, emotional, and physical needs.
I have watched with joy how over 35 years the families and teachers and staff in the past and today have kept their commitment to the Lord to make this philosophy of education work by giving themselves freely to serve each other.
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.
My prayer for this community, in light of the many who are suffering, is that we would pursue community for the sake of our covenant family, that we would unite for the purpose of discipling hearts and raising up a generation, and that we would experience true revival and the promise of Psalm 126 that after darkness comes light.
Every time you are at a practice or game, think about the chance you have as a follower of Christ. Take advantage of the distinctive, unifying bond that sports provide to grow God’s Kingdom.
Ultimately, the only real peace is found in the hope that comes from Jesus, but it is comforting to know that there is a community ready and waiting to carry the load when things become too heavy.
Our hearts need to find peace and be grounded in Truth so that we are able to teach and parent from that firm foundation.