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WORTHINGTON — The classrooms and halls of Worthington Christian School have been filled with grandparents, parents and other special guests as the students and staff celebrated Christian Education Week April 22-26.
Lori Eekhoff, Worthington Christian School
, April 26, 2013
WORTHINGTON — Have you ever heard of D.A.R.E? I had the opportunity to participate in the D.A.R.E program this year. I had a lot of fun, but more importantly I learned skills that will help me on a daily basis.
Marissa Eekhoff, Worthington Christian School
, April 19, 2013
Last year I had decided to not write about Passion Week, but changed my mind at the last minute. It happened again. Bill O’Reilly was upset because four school districts in New York had banned the word “Easter.”
WORTHINGTON — Being a dad to my child most importantly means making sure my children know why they are a unique part of this world and that their purpose is greater than just being successful or happy in it.
Mark Vis, Worthington Christian School
, March 22, 2013
WORTHINGTON — From the complex protozoan smaller than a speck of dust to stars that are light years away, the fifth- through eighth-grade students at Worthington Christian School are discovering God in their science studies.
Pam Slagter, Worthington Christian School
, January 11, 2013
SLAYTON — Campers at Shetek Lutheran Ministries (www.shetek.org) have donated more than $12,000 to Christian organizations in recent years, including more than $2,000 given to Camp Love’s Embrace last summer
Christmas will be here soon and many of us have been busy shopping for gifts, planning a family gathering and looking forward to office parties. There are so many things competing for our attention, time and energy that I wonder if we are missing something.
William, Kelly, Hunter and Cora Bolt, Worthington
, December 20, 2012
Church leaders discuss use of Facebook, Twitter to connect with members
LAKEFIELD — The Rev. Andrew Schensted and the deacons at Bethlehem Lutheran Church were looking for new ways to connect to the members of their congregation.
What they found was social media.
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