An End-of-Year Message from Bobby Scott
The presence of Christ has sustained us this year.
An End-of-Year Message from Bobby Scott,
Headmaster of Perimeter School
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.
We are in the tender hands of the Vinedresser.
Our kids are living in a world of shallow joys, empty hopes, and disappointing lies. In the midst of this reality, we as a covenant community are seeking to expose them through experiences to those things that carry real value and weight.
Jesus, being fully man and fully God, sympathizes with our weaknesses. He was also tempted in all things.
The increasing anxiety and insecurity among even covenant children begins with a failure to grasp the height and depth of what it means that He chose us early..
It takes time to establish the habit of reading, but research substantiates that it is well worth the effort.
Often children find themselves blinded by emotions and circumstances. They desperately need their parents to provide godly leadership to help them navigate the tough terrain of life.
It is imperative that teachers build eternal relationships with their students, making sure to challenge and nurture them at their appropriate level.
One of our long-time dreams is to develop students who are fully prepared to communicate boldly and confidently.
We can show them we cherish and love them by spending our valuable time with them - doing what they are doing, laughing with them, being silly, and just enjoying what their hearts enjoy.
I have recently made steps to live more purposefully – to instill core values in my children. I want to establish a pattern that will accomplish this goal, despite the busyness of life.