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These reflections are intended as short articles to encourage our school community in building core values to live by in dealing with each other. The writers strive to deal with real life issues and questions which challenge us to think about who we are and what we do. As people living in community we realise that our actions not only have consequences for us but also effect others. God has invited us all to freely receive his love and blessing. He wants all of us to enjoy the fullness of life that he created for all people. The writers explore the richness that is ours in the daily existence that we share.
These reflections are the work of the individuals who write them. Should you wish to use them in a church group or print them in a newsletter, please include the following acknowledgement: This article has been printed/used with the permission of Bethany Lutheran Primary School, where it first appeared in the School Newsletter and was written by (name the author) and the date of the article. Thank you.
These words spoken to Moses’ successor, Joshua, are also spoken into our lives too. by Rebecca Fong
I love the story of God creating the first man from Genesis 2:7. …by Pastor Milton
Exponential Growth is an immensely powerful concept. by Pastor John
God isn’t a magician. He does awesome things for real! by Neil P. Schiller
Lincoln List (Year 7)Matilda and Lincoln presented their speeches on Wednesday in Ipswich as part of the ANZAC SERVICE at the invitation of the RSL.
What a strange thing for these women to be thinking about on the way to the tomb! by Pastor Milton
In fact, it has been said that the Christian Church is only ever one generation away from extinction. by Pastor John
Thinking back over my life, I have found the Church in many different buildings and circumstances. By Pastor Milton.
When we think about the Church we often think about the building, but that is not really what the Church is. by Neil P. Schiller
I remember a fantastic little book that I had to read over and over to my three daughters.