From the monthly archives: January 2018

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Pastor Appreciation Chapel Next Friday!

Gramercy's annual Pastor Appreciation Chapel will be next Friday, January 19th at 10:15 a.m. Invitations were sent last month to various pastors represented by our student body as well as to other pastors in our community, and we look forward to hosting this very special event.  This joint chapel service offers Gramercy students, faculty, and staff the opportunity to show our appreciation for the men and women who so greatly influence our lives on a weekly, if not daily, basis through their steadfast love and service to Christ.   In addition, Gramercy Christian School would like to offer our heartfelt thanks to Pastor Norm Waligora for faithfully serving Faith Evangelical Bible Church and GCS for the past 18 years.  Although Gramercy families attend many different local churches, Pastor Norm is dear to us in that he has instructed, encouraged, and supported our school in many capacities as a ministry of FEBC, and he has done so with extraordinary grace and wisdom. The teachers and admini ...

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And so it Ends...

Ecclesiastes 7:8 reminds us that "the end of a thing is better than its beginning, and patience is better than pride."  As we wrap up 2017, this verse sounds very different than the usual hype surrounding the New Year, which is why I'm thinking about it.  In fact, for over a week now I have been bombarded with sentimental quips about resolutions and new beginnings and I was reminded of an old Counting Crows song from the 90's (only some of you parents will remember this one) called A Long December, in which the lyricist writes "A long December and there's reason to believe maybe this year will be better than the last."  Those words, unlike the words of Ecclesiastes, echo much of the world's sentiment regarding the dawn of a new year and are filled with a familiar hope for something better.   Although there is nothing wrong with looking forward to the new year and even longing for a better time and place, as we are instructed to do in Scripture, the writer of Ecclesiastes is perhaps r ...

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