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My son has asked twice about summer school. He wants to make sure he is keeping up, so he can finish on time. Not sure where this kid came from, but I like it. Less than two years ago I had to drag him to school. Now he gets mad if he misses.

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One reason Elim is recommended … is that the teachers are very helpful. If you are stuck on a problem in math, or you have trouble pronouncing a word in language arts, the teachers can help you out some. As you progress further and further, they’ll still help you out, just not as much.

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Getting off campus for field trips has been a challenge this year as we’ve had to cancel a really great opportunity because of weather and reschedule other opportunities for various reasons. But finally, last week we got off campus to enjoy some time with the people at the Houston Humane Society Wildlife Center, which is a part of the Texas Wildlife Rehabilitation Coalition. According to their website, “Since 1979, Houston Humane Society has been committed to providing quality emergency care and rehabilitation for injured, ill, and orphaned wildlife brought to us by the public.”

They are definitely not a zoo, they rehab animals with their wonderful, talented, and knowledgeable staff, who endeavor to get these animals well in order to release them back into their native habitat. Now, some of the animals that are on display in the center are there because they simply cannot survive in the wild, such as a box turtle with part of its shell missing, a one-eyed screech owl and a one-eyed possum. They have a beautiful duck that is uninjured, but they have had it so long that it has imprinted on the staff and would not do well on its own.

The students learned about our responsibility to ensure that wildlife is protected and cared for as we continue to encroach on their habitats. One only has to look at the first few chapters of the Bible to see that God gave us dominion over the animals and of course part of that responsibility is to protect and care for God’s creation. Our students learned valuable lessons on stewardship while enjoying the presentation and seeing these wonderful animals. Our field trips are made possible through generous donations and we appreciate that very much! Thank you!
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Getting off campus for field trips has been a challenge this year as we’ve had to cancel a really great opportunity because of weather and reschedule other opportunities for various reasons. But finally, last week we got off campus to enjoy some time with the people at the Houston Humane Society Wildlife Center, which is a part of the Texas Wildlife Rehabilitation Coalition. According to their website, “Since 1979, Houston Humane Society has been committed to providing quality emergency care and rehabilitation for injured, ill, and orphaned wildlife brought to us by the public.”

They are definitely not a zoo, they rehab animals with their wonderful, talented, and knowledgeable staff, who endeavor to get these animals well in order to release them back into their native habitat. Now, some of the animals that are on display in the center are there because they simply cannot survive in the wild, such as a box turtle with part of its shell missing, a one-eyed screech owl and a one-eyed possum. They have a beautiful duck that is uninjured, but they have had it so long that it has imprinted on the staff and would not do well on its own.

The students learned about our responsibility to ensure that wildlife is protected and cared for as we continue to encroach on their habitats. One only has to look at the first few chapters of the Bible to see that God gave us dominion over the animals and of course part of that responsibility is to protect and care for God’s creation. Our students learned valuable lessons on stewardship while enjoying the presentation and seeing these wonderful animals. Our field trips are made possible through generous donations and we appreciate that very much! Thank you!

In our most recent chapel, we continued our study on the Sermon on the Mount in Matthew 6:16-24. Jesus covered the issues of fasting, storing treasures in heaven, and serving two masters. As in the prior points of this sermon, these are all issues of the heart. Christians are not commanded to fast, but if we do, don’t make a spectacle and brag, do it secretly. This ties in with the people who pray in public loudly to get attention. They are not doing this for God’s glory, but their own.

What does it mean to store up treasures in heaven? People pursue wealth and that is where their heart is, but one day it will be gone and/or worthless. What is the treasure we should seek? Jesus is our treasure, what he provides, our salvation, is the treasure, and we store up this treasure through service to him through the church. St. Paul tells us in Ephesians 2:10, “For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them.” Our good works demonstrate that God has saved us, we are new creations as Christians and we should work to tell others the good news of Jesus Christ.

Finally, with another reference to money, we are taught that we cannot serve two masters. It’s impossible to serve God and money. I believe it is fair to substitute the word “money” with anything else. We cannot serve God and [fill in the blank]. The point? Pursue righteousness, not things that are temporary and fleeting. The prosperity and wealth we are promised is not material/physical, it is spiritual and eternal.
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In our most recent chapel, we continued our study on the Sermon on the Mount in Matthew 6:16-24. Jesus covered the issues of fasting, storing treasures in heaven, and serving two masters. As in the prior points of this sermon, these are all issues of the heart. Christians are not commanded to fast, but if we do, don’t make a spectacle and brag, do it secretly. This ties in with the people who pray in public loudly to get attention. They are not doing this for God’s glory, but their own. 

What does it mean to store up treasures in heaven? People pursue wealth and that is where their heart is, but one day it will be gone and/or worthless. What is the treasure we should seek? Jesus is our treasure, what he provides, our salvation, is the treasure, and we store up this treasure through service to him through the church. St. Paul tells us in Ephesians 2:10, “For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them.” Our good works demonstrate that God has saved us, we are new creations as Christians and we should work to tell others the good news of Jesus Christ.

Finally, with another reference to money, we are taught that we cannot serve two masters. It’s impossible to serve God and money. I believe it is fair to substitute the word “money” with anything else. We cannot serve God and [fill in the blank]. The point? Pursue righteousness, not things that are temporary and fleeting. The prosperity and wealth we are promised is not material/physical, it is spiritual and eternal.

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Merry Christmas, from Elim Christian School!

At Elim we have one more day before the end of the Fall Semester and we all get to take off on our Christmas Break for the next two weeks. Today we hosted a Christmas Potluck and invited all families to attend and we filled the place up! It was wonderful for parents to be on campus while the students gave them tours and showed them all of the art work they have been doing, and of course, the food was great! Pizza, lasagna, smoked turkey, mashed potatoes, we had quite the spread of sides and desserts too! We have one more day of school, a half day tomorrow so we can wrap up the semester.

Merry Christmas from Elim Christian School staff and student body!

Remember that Elim has open enrollment all year long, so if you are looking for a school that specializes in educating students with learning differences, and teaches from a Biblical worldview, then we might be the place for you!

For more information check out our website: www.elimchristianschool.org/
You can always call the office for more information or to schedule a tour: (281) 855-3546.
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2 months ago

This year at Elim we have started our inaugural student council. This morning, each candidate gave a speech asking for votes to support their candidacies. It was such a great learning experience for the students, first they decide they want to run and which position they want to run for, then they creatively think of ways they can serve the student body and share it with everyone. So many good ideas! Keira is running for president, CJ, Morgan, Daniel, and Jaxon are running for vice president, Connor and Zach are running for treasurer, and finally we have Nate, Hunter, and Mackenzie running for council member. If you do not see a candidate pictured who has been mentioned, it is because they were not quite ready to give their speeches, but they will soon. Our election is Wednesday.

It’s such a relief to hear ideas being presented that are positive and helpful for the entire community, a wonderful break from the recent political campaigns that we all saw in print, on TV, and online. Our hope is to raise up a generation that does not tear one another down, but lifts one another up as we follow the teachings of our Lord Jesus Christ and love our neighbors as ourselves.

Remember that Elim has open enrollment all year long, so if you are looking for a school that specializes in educating students with learning differences, and teaches from a Biblical worldview, then we might be the place for you!

For more information check out our website: www.elimchristianschool.org/
You can always call the office for more information or to schedule a tour: (281) 855-3546.
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2 months ago

Work and Career class at Elim:

Nate and Keira have been creating their own businesses in Mrs. Gibbs' Work and Career class. A couple weeks ago they made their business pitches to all of our students generating much interest in their great ideas. We love guiding every student as they use their imagination to create, of course this happens in every class, not just Work and Career.

Nate's business is called, "Fur Baby Pet Portraits" in which he commissions pet art for those who wish to have a drawing of their favorite pet.

Keira's business is called, "Fantasy Mushroom Realm." She is creating and selling ceramic mushrooms to decorate flowerbeds and gardens.

If you are interested in purchasing something from one of them, please get in touch with me and I will pass your information on to them. Email: [email protected]

(Pictured, is Nate making his first sale)
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2 months ago
Work and Career class at Elim:

Nate and Keira have been creating their own businesses in Mrs. Gibbs Work and Career class. A couple weeks ago they made their business pitches to all of our students generating much interest in their great ideas. We love guiding every student as they use their imagination to create, of course this happens in every class, not just Work and Career.

Nates business is called, Fur Baby Pet Portraits in which he commissions pet art for those who wish to have a drawing of their favorite pet. 

Keiras business is called, Fantasy Mushroom Realm. She is creating and selling ceramic mushrooms to decorate flowerbeds and gardens.

If you are interested in purchasing something from one of them, please get in touch with me and I will pass your information on to them. Email: eric.harless@elimchristianschool.org

(Pictured, is Nate making his first sale)

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