As part of Annapolis’ spiritual formation program, students in the School of Logic & Rhetoric meet each week for a corporate chapel worship service. In this week’s School of Logic and Rhetoric Chapel service, students examined Jesus’ parable on teaching and discipleship found in Luke 6:39-49 and were challenged to think deeply about what it means to follow Jesus.
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:
Choosing the right school for your child can be a challenging decision for any parent. There are a multitude of important things to consider from environment to test scores to reputation to facilities etc. But by far the most important criteria involves the quality of teachers. True teaching is a high and noble calling and nothing is more important than the quality and integrity of your child’s teachers. Each year, Annapolis does extensive searching, interviewing, and vetting of new teachers to find the best and brightest candidates. This year is no exception and we are very proud to introduce you to the latest members of the Warrior Faculty!
I am a history teacher, but that is not ALL that I teach. In my classroom I use the subject of history as a vehicle to teach about life, to teach about God and His creation. This may seem cliché, but let me explain exactly what I mean.
Welcome back Warriors! It’s good to see so many new and returning faces. I hope you had a wonderful summer and are rested up for all the great things in store for this new year. I am super excited to have students back on campus. It’s been WAY too quiet on campus over the summer. Honestly it felt kind of weird and sad, like being in a church on Tuesday.