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“When you sow, you do not plant the body that will be, but just a seed, perhaps of wheat or something else.” 1 Corinthians 15:37
It would be foolish to plant a seed and expect instantaneous results. Although some would prefer such an easy option, we know that nurturing a seed requires commitment to the growing process and a firm belief that the seed will become the plant it is intended to be and bear the fruit it is intended to bear.
At Our Redeemer we are seed planters. We have the responsibility of planting the seed of the Word of God daily into young hearts. We have the privilege of watching them grow and mature in their faith.
Jesus life, death and resurrection assure us of eternal life. We respond to this Good News with a heart full of love. Touched by the love of Jesus, the children we teach experience the joy that comes from knowing Him.
Our “little plants” are growing daily, well fed and watered by God’s Word, taught by teachers who model the love of Jesus.
Jog-a-thon and Silent Auction
Our Redeemer’s Jog-a-thon is coming Friday, May 9.
Angie Stromme (email@example.com) is doing a marvelous job soliciting donations for the Silent Auction, April 27-May 9. There is always room for more donations! Consider what your family might contribute to the auction this year. The Jog-a-thon celebration is planned for Friday, May 9 with an Olympic theme.
There are still a few opening for next school year, preschool for 3’s, 4’s and kindergarten. Tell your friends about the Christ-centered - Child-focused program at Our Redeemer.
Bible Stories for April focus on Jesus death and resurrection. Jesus died and rose again for us that we might have forgiveness, hope and eternal life with Him. Jesus made many appearances to His disciples and friends to assure them that He is alive and with us forever.
3’s & 4’s – Community Helpers
4’s Artist this month: Georgia O’Keefe Music Genre: country/folk
Kindergarten: Along with core curriculum in reading, writing and math we’ll study rocks and ancient civilizations. Kinder Artist: Rodin Author studies: Beatrix Potter and Arnold Lobel
Working in the Vineyard,