Category: Community

A Word from Es Stewart

Behold, the typical teenager phone. Despite its dilapidated state, it has great power to lure, trick, waylay, enthrall and consume… So why don’t any of us just take them away from our kids? They need to learn how to manage this temptation and we need to teach them.

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A Word from Mel Kewley

The Kuyper Athletics Carnival is always a wonderful community event, where so many parents, staff and students help and serve others. Let’s see what the community had to say about the day.

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A Word from Ian Shaw

Let us seek to honour God with our technology. This starts with being conscious of our example and how technology is affecting us and our families. To find out more, consider attending the NEO workshop on 7pm, 9 June, in the Library.

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A Word from Gareth Thompson

We judge our lives and the lives of others based on what we can see from our point of view. On the other hand, while we only see a fraction, God sees the whole.

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A Word from Sarah Allen

The Hawkesbury Show, 2021, was a highly anticipated and enjoyable event for our school, families, friends and feathered folk, and a successful community weekend.

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A Word from Merrilynne Shaw

Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable – if anything is excellent or praiseworthy – think about such things. Philippians 4:8

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A Word from Alexis Clarke

We need to continue teaching the wonder and horror of history so that our students and the generations to follow will share the Lord’s narrative with others and show “the praiseworthy deeds of the Lord, his power, and the wonders he has done.” (Psalm 78:4)

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A Word from Mitchell Cavens

Timothy Jennings argues that the sacrificial nature of all creation reflects the love of God, because love is, by nature, sacrificial. From this perspective, love really does make the world go around.

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