As schools across the nation close their doors and normal activities grind to a halt, we find ourselves in a space we’ve never encountered before. Our worlds have been disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic, and life is going to look a bit different for the time being.
In these extraordinary circumstances, we find ourselves more grateful than ever for the unique partnership we share with parents in the education of your children. This partnership will take on new depth as we work together to continue our mission of providing an exceptional and life-shaping education for each student in our care.
“I believe He’s speaking in the chaos of this moment too. And if we’ll lean into it, perhaps we’ll find Him creating something new in our lives. – More Like Grace”
As you face the new challenge of implementing your child’s education at home, we want you to know that we are beside you each step of the way. Your child’s teachers have been working tirelessly to dream up creative ways that we might carry out our curriculum at home and continue to foster our community of grace even beyond the walls of the classroom.
Though it may be intimidating to consider stepping into this new mode of education, we pray that you would find great joy and sweetness in this time together with your children.
I leave you with this word from the website “More Like Grace.” I pray it will encourage your heart as it did mine.
“Despite the feeling of chaos around us, God hasn’t lost His grip on us! This is the God who spoke order into chaos, and created our beautiful world. I believe He’s speaking in the chaos of this moment too. And if we’ll lean into it, perhaps we’ll find Him creating something new in our lives.
Maybe the “new thing” is building deeper faith practices in yourself or your kids. Maybe it’s a renewed focus on encouraging others. It could be trying something creative, or building a healthy habit. Whatever it is, I’m praying for you, friends: that you’ll see the “something new” God’s inviting you to explore in the midst of this strange time.”
(Taken from MoreLikeGrace.com)