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Up to the Challenge


Up to the Challenge

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Dear Parents, Are you someone who loves tests, challenges, or difficulties? I think the majority, if not all of us would admit that we are not a fan of things that push us outside of our comfort zone or that can sometimes be painful. Furthermore, we tend to do everything we can to avoid them…

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Another Successful Bazaar!

bazaar in school gym

Dear Parents, Matthew 18:20 says, “For where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I among them.” This past weekend, there were definitely many more than just a few that gathered in our school as a community, and God’s presence here was evident. We feasted on delicious food, shared stories and laughs, rekindled friendships…

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Lest We Forget

war memorial

Dear Parents, On Monday, I had the opportunity to attend the Remembrance Day Ceremony at the Cenotaph in downtown Burlington. It was such a great reminder of the freedoms and privileges that we have here in Canada. Embedded in the ceremony were verses and prayers that even included the name of Jesus. While I am…

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Striving to be Christ-like

sunset and person beside cross

Dear Parents, In any educational institution, you will find students focused on academic instruction and striving to advance their knowledge. While this is a notable pursuit, we recognize that even the most knowledgeable individual will fail if they have not developed character. Gandhi proposed that “knowledge without character is dangerous”, while Martin Luther King Jr. advanced…

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Growing into Something Beautiful

Mr. Lussier with kids

Dear Parents, Earlier this week, our Junior Kindergarten through Grade 4 students were able to learn a beautiful lesson through the mysteries of God’s creation. Under the tutelage of our expert gardener and friend, Mr. Paas, we planted some bulbs, which will become beautiful flowers in the Spring. When we pause to think about some life…

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God’s Masterpieces

painting of lighthouse with sunset

Dear Parents, Ephesians 2:10 says, “For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.” In the New Living Translation, the word “handiwork” has been translated to “masterpiece”. We believe that each person that walks into our building is in fact a masterpiece that…

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Responsible Stewardship

silhouette of people walking down a hill

Dear Parents, With the election season upon us, the topic of leadership (or lack thereof depending on your particular point of view) is at the forefront of many conversations. While we have the privilege to vote and the duty to pray, we can often feel like we have limited ability to influence change or even…

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Giving Thanks

Autumn forest with stream

Dear Parents, As we enter Thanksgiving weekend, I feel that it is an important time to reflect on the various ways that God has abundantly blessed us. During our staff devotionals this Monday, we took some time to write down what we are thankful for as a staff. Our students and parent community came up…

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The Power of Storytelling

Open Bible on rock outside

Dear Parents, Who doesn’t like a good story? Many leading psychologists and researchers have commented on the power of narrative in our lives. They suggest that we were created and hardwired to understand the world through stories. For many of us, the first exposure we had to storytelling goes back to the Bible, and God’s…

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Healthy Relationships

holding hands

Dear Parents, What is essential to the health of every community? I would argue that relationships are the building blocks through which everything else flows. That’s why one of our Strategic themes is that Relationships Matter. We are making it our mandate to foster meaningful connections within and beyond Trinity. In a recent video on…

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