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Showing posts from November, 2019

Tuesday Blessings.

Between ice skating and visiting Wookey’s, the last couple Tuesdays have made for a great break in routine. We spend so much time learning and growing within the walls of BCS, I love bringing His kingdom new places. No matter where we are, or who we are with - we can always be a light. I pray we represent and bring glory to Jesus through our actions and words. It’s not always easy - but it won’t happen if we don’t practice either... so I’m grateful for these opportunities.

It’s been my privilege to watch the students grow in their conviction this year. It’s a beautiful piece to the puzzle. I know, visiting with all the parents, there have been challenges for all of us - but there have also been some amazing victories. Thanks for all the parents/families that make BCS possible.

Matthew 12:21 And His name will be the hope of all the world.

And pics :)


We had a pretty nice Halloween at BCS. The kids dressed up, we covered science and social studies from our ice skating day (all about harvest and photosynthesis :), we ate fresh red delicious apples straight from the orchard, donated by Mike Bjerke along with a chocolate chip cookie from Grandma! We also played ‘snap’, watched Pilgrim’s Progress (which was amazing!), and painted pumpkins (thank you Cassie for that donation). Enjoy the pics!

Our bible verse this week is Matthew 9:13 “Now go and learn the meaning of this scripture: ‘I want you to show mercy, not offer sacrifices.’ ”

We are doing day 41 for Homeschool Friday today.

The message in Pilgrim’s Progress echoed the sentiment of our bible verse this week. Our journey with Jesus is not about what you know but WHO you know. We are not Christian because we attend church or go to a ‘Christian’ school or even read the Bible - although all these things can lead us to want to know Him - what makes us a Christian is the mercy and love …