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The Promises of God: Part I

Pat Kinner introduced students in Annapolis’ School of Grammar to a study called “The Promises of God” at the first chapel service of the new school year.  Students were encouraged to view God’s promises as presents.  Psalm 145:9 says “The Lord is good to all, and his tender mercies are over all his works.”  This is a promise about God’s character.  Annapolis students were encouraged to talk at home with their parents about how God has been good to them.  Here is a summary text of that message:

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Parent Academy: The Key to Cultivating a Community of Learning

Parents are the most vital constituency in any Christian school. They entrust their children to teachers and administrators during the formative years; they pay tuitions that underwrite a school’s existence; they volunteer their time, talents, and treasure to provide needed support for a school’s operations. While schools exist in part to serve the needs of children, a serious case can be made that a Christian school’s primary reason for existence is to serve the needs of parents.

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