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Thanksgiving observance at Elim has been an all day event as we work through our Friday flex schedule. As I have walked around the school I have heard many times how we can be thankful, which is a great reminder to those of us who might have a hard time doing so. Be thankful for the good times because we don’t know how long they will last and be thankful for the bad times as difficulties build our character as Saint James would say.

We did not have a traditional Thanksgiving feast this year, so we decided to dedicate our afternoon to reading and snacks. Our Friday D.E.A.R. (drop everything and read) time is a wonderful way to encourage literacy development and is a favorite pastime here. Combining this time of reading with wonderful snacks from the teachers reminds me more of “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving” which, rumor has it, might be shown before we dismiss this afternoon. One student called this, “Discount Thanksgiving” and another called it, “Snacks-giving,” but no matter what you call it, it’s a great time of fellowship before our Thanksgiving break. Happy Thanksgiving from the Elim Family!
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Thanksgiving observance at Elim has been an all day event as we work through our Friday flex schedule. As I have walked around the school I have heard many times how we can be thankful, which is a great reminder to those of us who might have a hard time doing so. Be thankful for the good times because we don’t know how long they will last and be thankful for the bad times as difficulties build our character as Saint James would say. 

We did not have a traditional Thanksgiving feast this year, so we decided to dedicate our afternoon to reading and snacks. Our Friday D.E.A.R. (drop everything and read) time is a wonderful way to encourage literacy development and is a favorite pastime here. Combining this time of reading with wonderful snacks from the teachers reminds me more of “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving” which, rumor has it, might be shown before we dismiss this afternoon. One student called this, “Discount Thanksgiving” and another called it, “Snacks-giving,” but no matter what you call it, it’s a great time of fellowship before our Thanksgiving break. Happy Thanksgiving from the Elim Family!Image attachment

This morning as Mrs. Gibbs’ class was busy making our monthly “class cook” lunch, I looked at my phone to check the time and it was exactly 11:11 a.m. and it was slightly too hectic and slightly too late to stop everything for a moment of silence. It was at 11 a.m. on November 11, 1918 that World War I was officially over, a war which cost the lives of 9.7 million military lives and over 10 million civilian lives, which up until that point was the bloodiest war in human history. Then known as Armistice Day, today we remember this day as Veterans Day by celebrating all Veterans who have served our country.

Today at Elim Christian School, Retired Marine Corps Sgt. Jimmy King (also an Elim parent) spoke to our student body about his experiences serving our country. Sgt. King shared about his military service from 1997-2006 and how no matter how bad things were, he is where he is now because of what happened to him. In 2004 he was riding in a Humvee in Iraq when an IED blew up as they rounded a corner leaving him deaf in one ear and resulting in the loss of his left leg. While convalescing in Walter Reed he met his future wife, and today they have three children, all of whom attend Elim Christian School. We thank Sgt. King and all other Veterans who have bravely served our country.

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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This morning as Mrs. Gibbs’ class was busy making our monthly “class cook” lunch, I looked at my phone to check the time and it was exactly 11:11 a.m. and it was slightly too hectic and slightly too late to stop everything for a moment of silence. It was at 11 a.m. on November 11, 1918 that World War I was officially over, a war which cost the lives of 9.7 million military lives and over 10 million civilian lives, which up until that point was the bloodiest war in human history. Then known as Armistice Day, today we remember this day as Veterans Day by celebrating all Veterans who have served our country. 

Today at Elim Christian School, Retired Marine Corps Sgt. Jimmy King (also an Elim parent) spoke to our student body about his experiences serving our country. Sgt. King shared about his military service from 1997-2006 and how no matter how bad things were, he is where he is now because of what happened to him. In 2004 he was riding in a Humvee in Iraq when an IED blew up as they rounded a corner leaving him deaf in one ear and resulting in the loss of his left leg. While convalescing in Walter Reed he met his future wife, and today they have three children, all of whom attend Elim Christian School. We thank Sgt. King and all other Veterans who have bravely served our country.

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: https://www.elimchristianschool.org/
You can always call the office for more information or to schedule a tour: (281) 855-3546.

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Thank you for your service Mr. King and to all of our parents, grandparents, and family members who have served so we can be blessed to have the freedom to have a school like Elim Christian School.

During our chapel service this morning, we discussed the latter portion of Matthew 5, which covers oaths, retaliation, and loving your enemies (verses 33-48). Jesus is not against people signing contracts or other legally binding agreements, what he was referring to was the flippant attitude some people had about swearing oaths. Meaning, if they swore to something that was not of importance, then it was okay to break your word, such as “I cross my heart and hope to die” but in those days they would swear by heaven, earth, or Jerusalem. The only time some of these people took oaths seriously was when they swore by God, but in doing so they ran the risk of taking God’s name in vain and bearing false witness. Jesus taught us to simply say yes or no and stick to it.

Turning the other cheek defies our natural inclination to pay back someone who harms us in some way. Jesus asks that we do the opposite of our natural sinful inclination and bless those who curse us. Being kind could actually deescalate the situation and you can win them over by your adherence to God’s word. Did Jesus fight back when he was being beaten and crucified? No. Just like we see with the early church martyrs who went silently before the executioners and in doing so, opened people’s hearts to God’s word. Loving your enemies is, once again, resisting the natural urge to harm. It’s easy to love those who love you, but the challenge is loving those who do not. Like I said to the students this morning, you don’t have to be their best friend, but showing love to people who mean you harm will bring them shame and your actions will glorify God.

(Pictured is a view of the Sea of Galilee from the Mount of Beatitudes, where Jesus gave his sermon in Matthew 5-7).

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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During our chapel service this morning, we discussed the latter portion of Matthew 5, which covers oaths, retaliation, and loving your enemies (verses 33-48). Jesus is not against people signing contracts or other legally binding agreements, what he was referring to was the flippant attitude some people had about swearing oaths. Meaning, if they swore to something that was not of importance, then it was okay to break your word, such as “I cross my heart and hope to die” but in those days they would swear by heaven, earth, or Jerusalem. The only time some of these people took oaths seriously was when they swore by God, but in doing so they ran the risk of taking God’s name in vain and bearing false witness. Jesus taught us to simply say yes or no and stick to it. 

Turning the other cheek defies our natural inclination to pay back someone who harms us in some way. Jesus asks that we do the opposite of our natural sinful inclination and bless those who curse us. Being kind could actually deescalate the situation and you can win them over by your adherence to God’s word. Did Jesus fight back when he was being beaten and crucified? No. Just like we see with the early church martyrs who went silently before the executioners and in doing so, opened people’s hearts to God’s word. Loving your enemies is, once again, resisting the natural urge to harm. It’s easy to love those who love you, but the challenge is loving those who do not. Like I said to the students this morning, you don’t have to be their best friend, but showing love to people who mean you harm will bring them shame and your actions will glorify God. 

(Pictured is a view of the Sea of Galilee from the Mount of Beatitudes, where Jesus gave his sermon in Matthew 5-7). 

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: https://www.elimchristianschool.org/
You can always call the office for more information or to schedule a tour: (281) 855-3546.

From Mrs. Gibbs:

In Lower and Middle Bible on Fridays, students participate in a Bible Curriculum called Friendzy, which is a social, emotional, and learning curriculum that helps students not only learn the Bible, but also helps them learn socially and emotionally how to apply Bible concepts. This unit we are learning about whole body listening (listening with our ears, eyes, arms, etc). The class played a game where they were divided into partners. Each partner had a set of Legos. The set was exactly the same for each partner. One partner who was the “builder” had to build something with their Lego set. Then the “builder” would instruct the other partner, the “replicator,” how to build what they had built. Easy? Well no, because the replicator could not see what the builder built. The builder had to instruct and the replicator had to listen and build what they heard. The point of the game was learning to listen and focus totally on others, but also to learn as the speaker to communicate in a thoughtful method. Students are also learning Deuteronomy 6:4-5 “Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one. 5 Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength.” and Proverbs 2:2 “making your ear attentive to wisdom and inclining your heart to understanding.”

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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From Mrs. Gibbs:

In Lower and Middle Bible on Fridays, students participate in a Bible Curriculum called Friendzy, which is a social, emotional, and learning curriculum that helps students not only learn the Bible, but also helps them learn socially and emotionally how to apply Bible concepts. This unit we are learning about whole body listening (listening with our ears, eyes, arms, etc). The class played a game where they were divided into partners. Each partner had a set of Legos. The set was exactly the same for each partner. One partner who was the “builder” had to build something with their Lego set. Then the “builder” would instruct the other partner, the “replicator,” how to build what they had built. Easy? Well no, because the replicator could not see what the builder built. The builder had to instruct and the replicator had to listen and build what they heard. The point of the game was learning to listen and focus totally on others, but also to learn as the speaker to communicate in a thoughtful method. Students are also learning Deuteronomy 6:4-5 “Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one. 5 Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength.” and Proverbs 2:2 “making your ear attentive to wisdom and inclining your heart to understanding.”

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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4 weeks ago
From Mrs. Gibbs:

In Lower and Middle Bible on Fridays, students participate in a Bible Curriculum called Friendzy, which is a social, emotional, and learning curriculum that helps students not only learn the Bible, but also helps them learn socially and emotionally how to apply Bible concepts. This unit we are learning about whole body listening (listening with our ears, eyes, arms, etc). The class played a game where they were divided into partners. Each partner had a set of Legos. The set was exactly the same for each partner. One partner who was the “builder” had to build something with their Lego set.  Then the “builder” would instruct the other partner, the “replicator,” how to build what they had built. Easy? Well no, because the replicator could not see what the builder built. The builder had to instruct and the replicator had to listen and build what they heard. The point of the game was learning to listen and focus totally on others, but also to learn as the speaker to communicate in a thoughtful method. Students are also learning Deuteronomy 6:4-5 “Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one. 5 Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength.” and Proverbs 2:2 “making your ear attentive to wisdom and inclining your heart to understanding.”

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: https://www.elimchristianschool.org/
You can always call the office for more information or to schedule a tour: (281) 855-3546.

Are Science and Christianity two things inherently at odds with one another? Frankly I am tired of hearing that they are. In 1936, in his doctoral dissertation, Robert Merton argued for a positive correlation between the rise of Protestant Pietism and early experimental science. His argument is known as the Merton Thesis. Are there examples of the church stifling scientific advancement? Sure, but the overwhelming evidence suggests that this was not normative, and in fact, Christendom has done much in the way of scientific discovery, which led us to modern science. Science is the discovery of God’s creation and the more we discover, the more we marvel at the creating genius of our Heavenly Father.

At Elim we have a science department with science classes for all ages and so far this year, it has been a wonderful experience. Ms. Gibbs reports that her “Lower Science class, is learning about inertia, force, motion, and energy in this unit [pictured]. Students had fun using ping pong balls and even stuffed animals to explore inertia’s effect on objects. Everyone wanted to give science a try. Our students learned that science can be fun!” It’s not only fun to discover, but fun for us to watch the discovery take place.

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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1 month ago
Are Science and Christianity two things inherently at odds with one another? Frankly I am tired of hearing that they are. In 1936, in his doctoral dissertation, Robert Merton argued for a positive correlation between the rise of Protestant Pietism and early experimental science. His argument is known as the Merton Thesis. Are there examples of the church stifling scientific advancement? Sure, but the overwhelming evidence suggests that this was not normative, and in fact, Christendom has done much in the way of scientific discovery, which led us to modern science. Science is the discovery of God’s creation and the more we discover, the more we marvel at the creating genius of our Heavenly Father. 

At Elim we have a science department with science classes for all ages and so far this year, it has been a wonderful experience. Ms. Gibbs reports that her “Lower Science class, is learning about inertia, force, motion, and energy in this unit [pictured]. Students had fun using ping pong balls and even stuffed animals to explore inertia’s effect on objects. Everyone wanted to give science a try. Our students learned that science can be fun!” It’s not only fun to discover, but fun for us to watch the discovery take place. 

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: https://www.elimchristianschool.org/
You can always call the office for more information or to schedule a tour: (281) 855-3546.Image attachmentImage attachment
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