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Storyline Chapel - Wednesday, March 3

Living God's Story as His Agents of Restoration: SERVE

In our Storyline Chapel today we are learning about Living God's Story as His Agents of Restoration: SERVE
Part of our student body is celebrating chapel in the gym today and the rest are celebrating in classrooms.
We hope you will join by clicking through our chapel slideshow below.
Don't miss the video with Special Agent Kuipers, Agent-in-Training Wieringa, and Kindergarten students sharing the story of Jesus who showed us how to serve others by humbling Himself and washing the feet of the disciples.
Rev. Joel Kok, Pastor of Covenant CRC shares how Jesus does the greatest act of love ever on the cross, He shows us how to live that love every day by serving others, and He makes it possible for us to do that by living in us.

Students will also be introduced to our

Easter Challenge: Light of the World project from the Bible League.

This five-week challenge raises money so God's Word can be shared with kids around the world.
For more information and the "Calendar for Change" our families will use at home, click here...


Our Easter Chapel will be on Tuesday, March 30 and will be in the gym with all our students!
We plan to share that chapel via live stream.

Our next Storyline Chapel will be Wednesday, April 7
Living God's Story as His Agents of Restoration: TELL

March Storyline Chapel: Agents of Restoration SERVE

February Storyline Chapel: Agents of Restoration LOVE

January Storyline Chapel: Agents of Restoration FORGIVE

Our Christmas Chapel

December Storyline Chapel

Thanksgiving Chapel: TK - 4th Grade

Thanksgiving Chapel: 5th-8th Grade


 

The sixth graders of Mr. Bandstra’s class helped produce this video in connection with our recent chapel focus, “Living God's Story as His Agents of Restoration: FOLLOW.”
Christ’s first followers weren’t exactly the “pick of the crop,” but Jesus’ restorative power is made visible when broken people seek to live for Him.