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The Shepherd’s Tender Care

Like many of our people, I often watch online videos of the Covenant Christian High School choirs. I am always struck by the beauty of the songs, but as Mr. Kleyn’s camera steadily pans across the singing faces, something else often jumps out at me as well. As I look, I am startled by the […]

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Birth of a Sword

The Christmas season is in full swing, and there is no escaping it. Stores are playing Christmas music, the Christmas tree is up, presents are safely tucked underneath, there is a buzz in the air, we get a few days off work; why, this is the most wonderful time of the year! There is no […]

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Editor’s Note, December 2020

In this issue, we again feature articles that were submitted as part of the scholarship essay contest. The two essay prompts for the articles were: The fruit of the Spirit is “love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, faith, meekness, temperance,” Galatians 5:22,23. Why is it important to manifest this fruit in your personal walk as […]

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The book of Isaiah is often referred to as the “fifth gospel,” an Old Testament prequel to Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. It is a book about the Messiah, even though it was written many years before his incarnation. Jesus himself makes clear that he is the ultimate fulfillment of Isaiah’s prophecies by frequently quoting […]

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A Christian schoolteacher is called by the Lord to this very special vocation of teaching the covenant children. This individual must have a love for the children of the church and want to help them grow not only academically, but spiritually and mentally as well. This is not an occupation that is a last resort […]

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Feed My Lambs

Nathan comes to school one morning, hangs up his backpack, hands in his homework, and runs out to play on the playground like every other morning. However, when the teacher looks at his homework, none of the questions have been answered. After the teacher discusses the situation with him, Nathan just stares at the ground […]

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