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WCFS Homeschool Open House - June 29, 2013! (10am-2pm)
Homeschool Open House, sponsored by Walkersville Christian Family Schools (WCFS)

Saturday, June 29, 2013, 10am-2pm; Informational sessions with Q&A at 10:30 am and 12:30 pm in Church Sanctuary

WCFS Offices, 16827 Sabillasville Rd., Sabillasville, MD 21780

FOR MORE INFO: Phone: 301-241-2072 E-mail: info@wcfs.edu
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WCFS Newsletter
Author: Newsletter Editor Created: 1/1/2006
WCFS Newletter, articles, activities, & important news.

Homeschooling is Discipleship Part II
Gary's Articles By Newsletter Editor on 8/14/2009
The disciple is not above [his] master, nor the servant above his lord. It is enough for the disciple that he be as his master, and the servant as his lord. (Matt 10:24-25a) When you read this verse, remember that God has woven some incredible things into your family. He has woven...
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Created by God
Becky's Teaching Tips By Newsletter Editor on 8/14/2009
How good of God to continue to reveal to us just what we’re ready for and can use. Recently, as I was reading different parts of the Holy Bible, the Spirit taught me that God in His Word answers all dilemmas that we may face. You may say...
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Homeschooling is Discipleship - Part One
Gary's Articles By Newsletter Editor on 7/23/2009
Perhaps you’ve home-schooled long enough to wonder if you are on the right track? What could be better than the most successful discipleship center in the history of mankind? More fruitful disciples have...
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WCFS Yearbook Club Needs A New Director for 2009-2010
News Items By Newsletter Editor on 7/23/2009
Since 1992 the WCFS Yearbook Club has been in existence; keeping track of and capturing each year in the school’s yearbook. Originally the senior class ran the yearbook so that they would also have a memory to take with them after graduation. After a few years “The WCFS Yearbook Club” was formed and has been run entirely by student and parent volunteers. It has been my pleasure to be the WCFS Yearbook Club Director for the past two years. Because of recent circumstances...
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2009 Conference at a Glance
News Items By Newsletter Editor on 7/23/2009
A quick list of what to expect at this year's Family Leadership Conference!
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Competing in Maryland’s FIRST Lego League By Nathan Wyand, Age 13
Student Developer By Newsletter Editor on 7/23/2009
Three, two, one, LEGO! A team member pushes a button to activate the first program. The Lego Mindstorms robot drives from base to collect the computer and blue Lego man.
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2009 Graduate Testimonies
Special Features By Newsletter Editor on 6/20/2009
Senior testimonies from the graduating class of 2009.
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My Yoke is Easy - By Gary Cox
Gary's Articles By Newsletter Editor on 5/20/2009
A yoke, a burden and rest for your soul? The combination sounds contradictory, and yet it is an invitation from Jesus to your weary soul.
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Excellence in Everything!
Becky's Teaching Tips By Newsletter Editor on 5/16/2009
How pleasant it is when circumstances are delightful~ children honoring you, all in good health, house in order, bills paid. Yet it is in difficult circumstances...
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Movie Review: “Fireproof” By Kelly A. Wagner
Student Developer By Newsletter Editor on 5/16/2009
This movie is the newest all-around favorite in our household. “Fireproof” is the third production of Sherwood Pictures. After seeing other productions from Sherwood, we had high expectations for their newest release...
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Highlights from the 2009 Christian Filmmakers Academy
Special Features By Newsletter Editor on 4/27/2009
Some fruit of the Academy can be seen in the recent blockbuster independent film Fireproof which was written and directed by Alex & Stephen Kendrick and produced with the help of their church. Although the Kendrick brothers were making films long before the first Christian Filmmakers Academy in 2004, Stephen credits the things he learned from a past Filmmakers Academy with helping him write the script for Fireproof.
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Keeping On Track
Becky's Teaching Tips By Newsletter Editor on 4/16/2009
As I look back over the years, I realize that many crises that I faced could have been cushioned if I had sought God first. I also realize that I was not diligent enough in my...
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Forgiveness is a Matter of Honor Part 2b By Gary L. Cox
Gary's Articles By Newsletter Editor on 4/16/2009
Step three, forgive your brother. What is forgiveness? Forgiveness is really simple: it means to let go and disregard your own injury. Forgiveness is simply...
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Antipas - Pergamos, 92 A.D.
Special Features By Newsletter Editor on 4/16/2009
“...Antipas was My faithful martyr who was killed among you where Satan dwells. ” Very few martyrs are mentioned in the Bible, let alone spoken of by God, but Antipas is one of them...
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Robert Boyle – book report by Joseph Cox
Student Developer By Newsletter Editor on 4/16/2009
Robert Boyle (called Robyn) was born on January 25, 1627. When he was only one year old, his father sent him to a peasant family to stay there until he was four. He was born into a wealthy family, the seventh son and fourteenth child...
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Family Life
Becky's Teaching Tips By Newsletter Editor on 3/16/2009
Recently I’ve been pondering the Proverbs and the help that they give us in training children. I challenge you to...
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Forgiveness is a Matter of Honor Part 2a – by Gary Cox
Gary's Articles By Newsletter Editor on 3/16/2009
God personally draws you and I into His service so that we become active evangelists for His forgiveness. This is the Gospel. When someone sins against you...
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Black Slavery: A Story of Injustice - Essay by Tim Cox
Student Developer By Newsletter Editor on 3/16/2009
When we look back on American history, we cannot help but see the great injustice called slavery glaring back at us. We see how it came to America and became a cultural norm. We also see how it grew and became the monster that it was by the time of the Civil War. Many people of that day saw...
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Taking Hard Stands
Special Features By Newsletter Editor on 3/3/2009
Six weeks after a formerly homeschooled daughter enrolls in a “good” rural public high school in conservative East Texas, her new boyfriend and friends brutally murder her family – including her little brothers - because her parents were attempting to uphold biblical standards for relationships with their daughter by forbidding her to date ungodly youth according to the Word of God...
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Wise Training
Becky's Teaching Tips By Newsletter Editor on 2/20/2009
Be encouraged that God who operates out of His profound and holy love for us will lead us in great and small things. Therefore we will depend on Him for wisdom to finish...
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The Principle of Sowing and Reaping – by Gary Cox
Gary's Articles By Newsletter Editor on 2/16/2009
This passage is transformational for the believer who wishes to walk after Christ and escape from religious hypocrisy. Hypocrisy is appearance based performance depending on the approval of men. It is man’s nature to be influenced...
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My Hometown – By Simcha Gratz
Student Developer By Newsletter Editor on 2/16/2009
Hello! My name is Simcha Gratz and I would like to tell you about my hometown, Gaithersburg, MD...
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A Fictional Road Trip With A Novel Character. By Jonathan Emmanuel Gratz
Student Developer By Newsletter Editor on 2/16/2009
A Fictional Road Trip With A Novel Character. The Character: Reepicheep from The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis
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A Trip to Washington D.C. with My Daddy - By: Josiah Cox, Grade: 6th
Student Developer By Newsletter Editor on 2/16/2009
It was a great day! My daddy said that I could go with him to D.C. to meet with some important lawyers! At six a.m...
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Greetings from the '08-09 MD Dairy Princess!
Student Developer By Newsletter Editor on 1/20/2009
Greetings from Baltimore County! My name is Ruthie Miller and I am the 2008-2009 Maryland Dairy Princess. I reside in White Hall, Maryland with my parents Fred and Debbie Miller. I live and work on my family’s fourth generation farm where...
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FAMILY EVANGELISM: HIS POWER, OUR WEAKNESS, HIS GLORY - by Chris Peeler
Special Features By Newsletter Editor on 1/20/2009
I find it so motivating and wonderful, that I am merely the earthen vessel and that the treasure is the gospel of Jesus Christ. In this passage, Paul was determined to know and to make known one thing—JESUS CHRIST AND HIM CRUCIFIED. Yet, he was so wonderfully free from the bondage that keeps so many of us inside the walls of our homes and churches. He understood...
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Children: A Blessing or a Sacrifice?
Special Features By Newsletter Editor on 12/20/2008
I once heard Dr. Dobson talk about a trip he took to the Middle East where he saw altars on which people sacrificed their own children many years ago. He went on to talk about how the same perversion continues today with the rejection of children by our culture for the sake of money and affluence. His comparison is ....
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Children: A Blessing or a Sacrifice?
By Newsletter Editor on 12/20/2008
I once heard Dr. Dobson talk about a trip he took to the Middle East where he saw altars on which people sacrificed their own children many years ago. He went on to talk about how the same perversion continues today with the rejection of children by our culture for the sake of money and affluence. His comparison is accurate.
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Complete In Christ
Student Developer By Newsletter Editor on 12/17/2008
"And such trust have we through Christ and God-ward: Not that we are sufficient of ourselves to think any thing as of ourselves; but our sufficiency is of God." 2 Corinthians 3:4-5...
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Never Give Up - by Abby Frierson
Student Developer By Newsletter Editor on 12/17/2008
Popular today is the theme, "Never give up." It is used in a variety of circumstances, from sports to dream-seeking. The basic illustration it confers is the stubborn determination to suck all you can from this life, from yourself, from others; it emphasizes the power of self over hardship and obstacles. It is used in Christian circles as well, but there the focus is clinging to God, not ourselves....
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Hearts- by June Wilcox
Student Developer By Newsletter Editor on 12/17/2008
A person's heart can be loved and broken...
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My Eyes- by June Wilcox
Student Developer By Newsletter Editor on 12/17/2008
My eyes are not the first to see pain, faith, and love...
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Becky's Notes
Becky's Teaching Tips By Newsletter Editor on 12/15/2008
In this the love of God was manifested toward us, that God has sent His only begotten Son into the world, that we might live through Him.” 1 John 4:9
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Winter Comes
Student Developer By Newsletter Editor on 12/2/2008
"When winter comes and winter goes, When it comes, we wish it snows..."
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Becky's Notes
Becky's Teaching Tips By Newsletter Editor on 11/15/2008
I would challenge to read Psalms 139 over and over. Read it when you are afraid, and when you think you can’t teach good enough. Read it when your hair does not respond to the brush, when your children seem like your enemy, and when...
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Junior Class Fundraiser
News Items By Newsletter Editor on 10/3/2008
WCFS Juniors are conducting a Pampered Chef fundraiser. YOU CAN HELP by browsing the Pampered Chef catalog and shopping for high quality kitchen tools for yourself or for gift-giving to your friends and family members and/or others in need of a “kitchen shower”!
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Drama Club Announcements
News Items By Newsletter Editor on 9/10/2008
The Drama Club will be meeting at the State-Wide Workshop at the Howard County Fairgrounds, this September 30th 2008. If any students wish to join the Club, please come to the workshop! The Drama Club will be accepting student ages 10 and older. If you have any...
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Tips for the Summer
Becky's Teaching Tips By Newsletter Editor on 9/10/2008
“ Looking unto Jesus the author and finisher of our faith; who for the joy that was set before him endured the cross, despising the sham, and is set down at the right hand of throne of God.” Indeed, to such an author our surrender is never in vain. He is all knowing, all powerful and fully and completely...
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Pressing for the Mark
Becky's Teaching Tips By Newsletter Editor on 9/10/2008
Pressing Toward Philippians 3:14 “I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus.” “Pressing toward…” Consider this phrase. Could it mean, in part, that you are going to set goals and then be willing to pay the price to reach...
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Becky’s Tips
Becky's Teaching Tips By Newsletter Editor on 9/10/2008
What a challenge to stand at the open door of a new school year and renew that you hear have the entire year to walk through. Each year gives new opportunities and...
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Enough is Enough!
Special Features By Newsletter Editor on 9/10/2008
Are you tired of being told that truth is whatever you want it to be?! This lie from the pit of Hell is destroying lives everyday. The youth of this nation can no longer be silent! We can no longer sit quietly by like the Germans did in the 1930’s, when Hitler took power. It’s time that the youth of America stand up and say enough to the lies and one sided bias they are told in the...
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Soccer Clinic
News Items By Newsletter Editor on 8/29/2008
The WCFS 4th annual Soccer Clinic will be starting on September 12th. If you desire your children to participate, please send your application form into the school office by September 5th, please call us after this date: 301-271-0123. Please feel free to call if you have any questions.
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Jewel
Gary's Articles By Newsletter Editor on 7/2/2008
A story by Gary Cox Once upon a time there was a beautifully tender-hearted princess named Jewel who was cared for faithfully by her Nana in a far-away country called Thead.
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Steadfast Savior
By Newsletter Editor on 7/2/2008
A Poem by Michelle Merryman
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Love
By Newsletter Editor on 7/2/2008
An article by WCFS Student Clair Simpson, May 2008
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Never Give Up
By Newsletter Editor on 7/2/2008
Article by WCFS Student Abby Frierson
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Why Am I Alive?
Special Features By Newsletter Editor on 6/24/2008
"Many people question their existence. I too have often wondered what my purpose or excuse was to live. We often do not take time to stop and think about it because we are too busy running around trying to find the answer. The answer is simple, if we believe it is true; we will find that our reason for living rests is in the redeeming grace of Jesus Christ. He is the hope of all the Nations. It is for Christ that we live!..."
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Learning to Trust
Becky's Teaching Tips By Newsletter Editor on 6/21/2008
Did you ever struggle with wondering why God permits things? Maybe you know of a sick young person and the prognosis is not good. Maybe you wonder about the war and why God isn’t more active...
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As Jonah Was, So Shall the Son of Man Be
Gary's Articles By Newsletter Editor on 5/17/2008
In Matthew 12:40 Jesus compared his death to the time that Jonah was in the belly of the whale, three days and three nights. Did Jesus mean three days and three nights literally? How was it to be calculated?
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The Key to Motivation or Be Still...Be Encouraged!
Becky's Teaching Tips By Newsletter Editor on 4/25/2008
"About this time of year we start to panic at the work we have not finished. We do want to be academically accountable but we also want to be reminded that all of what we do is training for our children. That’s why we want to be alert as to how our children see us responding in different situations..."
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Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed
News Items By Newsletter Editor on 4/16/2008
See the new movie "Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed" and earn a donation for WCFS!
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Be Strengthened
Becky's Teaching Tips By Newsletter Editor on 3/17/2008
"Strengthened with all might, according to His glorious power, unto all patience and longsuffering with joyfulness." Colossians 1:11 Do you feel sometimes that you must "do" certain things to gain strength?
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Family Life
Becky's Teaching Tips By Newsletter Editor on 3/14/2008
Recently I’ve been pondering the Proverbs and the help that they give us in training children. I challenge you to teach them diligently to your children. We want our children to be vividly aware of the difference between the wise and the foolish. If, then, they choose to make decisions contrary to the Word of God, they will be fully aware that they are acting the fool with all of his consequences....
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The Decision
Gary's Articles By Newsletter Editor on 2/25/2008
"When we started home schooling, we came to a place of faith. We knew that we really didn't understand everything we needed to do. We realized that we needed to throw away worries, selfish desires and plans and move into the camp of the Lord..."
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They Are Watching You!
Student Developer By Newsletter Editor on 2/25/2008
"No, Amy does not know how to write words like “Environmentalist” and “Proposal,” because she is five years old. All she knows is how to copy things..."
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Developing Goals for Your Children
Gary's Articles By Newsletter Editor on 2/21/2008
When traditionally structured academics begin to choke out the freedom of pursuing the unique needs and interests of their children, parents need to reassess the daily workload in the light of the eternal and create goals that cooperate with God's own plans for His Kingdom.
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My Cute Little Baby Sister
Student Developer By Newsletter Editor on 2/20/2008
My Mommy and Daddy went to get an ultrasound to find out if my little sister was a girl or a boy. It was a girl! They brought back a DVD with the ultrasound on it. I got to see it along with my sisters...
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Study
Becky's Teaching Tips By Newsletter Editor on 2/17/2008
"Study to show yourself pleasing unto God, a workman that needs not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the truth." 2 Tim. 2:15. Hold fast to the fact that the study of the Word can help your praise and worship.
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Celebrate!
Becky's Teaching Tips By Newsletter Editor on 12/17/2007
In “Renewed Day By Day A Daily Devotional” by A.W. Tozer for Nov. 28th he states, “God in love and wisdom has given us in His Holy Spirit every gift and power and help that we need to serve Him. We do not have to look around for some other way!”
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On the Salvation of Children
Gary's Articles By Newsletter Editor on 12/17/2007
When my wife and I first heard the news that we were to have a child, the very first thought I had was the sober reality of raising a child who was headed for hell without the intervening Grace of God. My whole focus narrowed to this daunting task of training "up a child in the way he should go so that when he is old, he won't depart". (Proverbs 22:6)
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Love for Eternity
Student Developer By Newsletter Editor on 12/17/2007
I am so humbled by God’s amazing love, mercy, and forgiveness. With all my sins... He still loves me.... I can’t comprehend love like that. None of us can!
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Student Developer Art Contest Winners!
Student Developer By Newsletter Editor on 12/17/2007
Illustrations of Luke 2:6-20
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Are All These Your Children?
Gary's Articles By Newsletter Editor on 11/19/2007
My wife and I are frequently asked this question when we are out with our whole crew. My wife and I came to our convictions about family planning as young believers who earnestly desired a scriptural basis for discerning what Christ demanded of us as disciples. We felt that there must be absolutes that are clearly revealed in scripture in order for us to assess what is our domain and what is God’s for making our “family” decisions.
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Remember the Basics!
Becky's Teaching Tips By Newsletter Editor on 11/19/2007
Let me share with you part of the morning message from November 7, from Charles Spurgeon’s, “Morning and Evening”. The verse he quotes is: “Behold, I have graven thee upon the palms of my hands.” Is. 49:16, he then shares, “How dare you doubt My constant remembrance, when the memorial is set on My very own flesh?”
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Glory to God in the Highest
Student Developer By Newsletter Editor on 11/19/2007
"And she brought forth her firstborn son, and wrapped him in swaddling clothes, and laid him in a manger because there was no room for them in the inn." -Luke 2:7
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Joshua Character Sketch
Student Developer By Newsletter Editor on 11/19/2007
By Andrew Simpson, 3rd grade
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Yearbook Club Request
News Items By Newsletter Editor on 11/2/2007
The WCFS Yearbook Club is this year desiring to dedicate the 2008 WCFS Yearbook to all of the families in our school that are involved in a ministry of any type.
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WCFS Drama Club
News Items By Newsletter Editor on 10/22/2007
The Drama Club will be meeting at the State-Wide Workshop at the Howard County Fairgrounds, this September 30th 2008. If any students wish to join the Club, please come to the workshop! The Drama Club will be accepting student ages 10 and older. If you...
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Marriages Are Made in Heaven
Gary's Articles By Newsletter Editor on 10/22/2007
November 2007 Newsletter Article
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Looking unto Jesus
Becky's Teaching Tips By Newsletter Editor on 10/22/2007
November 2007 Newsletter Article
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Oh Jesus! Meek and humble of heart, hear me.
Student Developer By Newsletter Editor on 10/22/2007
November 2007 Newsletter Article
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My Praying Mantis
Student Developer By Newsletter Editor on 10/22/2007
By Zachary Simpson
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Egypt from God's Point of View
Student Developer By Newsletter Editor on 10/14/2007
It would seem that God didn’t really love the Egyptians because, as we read in the story of Moses, of all the terrible plagues he allowed to come upon them and how Pharaoh ended up drowning in the Red Sea when God let the waters come back on them. But God loves everyone. That is why, later on in history, he sent his only Son...
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Flags of Our Fathers
Student Developer By Newsletter Editor on 9/24/2007
This is a biography of six heroes who exhibited great valor in the battle of Iwo Jima. These six men raised the American flag over that tiny island in the Pacific.
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Darwin's Black List
Special Features By Newsletter Editor on 9/24/2007
This article is from Dr. Philip Skell, likely the only creationist on the National Academy of Sciences, the most prestigious scientific organization in the United States.
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Surrender!
Becky's Teaching Tips By Newsletter Editor on 9/24/2007
“Looking unto Jesus the author and finisher of our faith; who for the joy that was set before Him endured the cross, despising the shame, and is set down at the right hand of the throne of God.” Heb. 12:2 Indeed, to such an author our surrender is never in vain. He is all knowing, all-powerful and fully and completely worthy.
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My Sister, My Spouse
Special Features By Newsletter Editor on 7/30/2007
Does God have a Girlfriend?
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Graduate Testimonies
Special Features By Newsletter Editor on 7/9/2007
Testimonies from the Class of 2007
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Early Medicine
Student Developer By Newsletter Editor on 5/21/2007
Well, readers, we’ve nearly come to the end of the school-year, and the last of the Student Developers!
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June 2007 Bible Quiz
Student Developer By Newsletter Editor on 5/21/2007
By the way, since this is the last of the school-year’s newsletters; I’m not putting in any more questions, but if you’d like some to work on over the summer, email me and I’ll send you some!
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Vocabulary Quiz Answers
Student Developer By Newsletter Editor on 5/21/2007
Last month I quizzed you all on the vocabulary words that we’ve been learning over the past few months. Here are the answers; hope you enjoyed it!
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God's Gift
Student Developer By Newsletter Editor on 5/21/2007
A Poem by Abby Frierson & Clair Simpson
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Flight Camp
Special Features By Newsletter Editor on 5/21/2007
An Uplifting Experience
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Enjoy Your Family
Becky's Teaching Tips By Newsletter Editor on 5/21/2007
June 2007 Newsletter Article
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Heavenly Hope in Earthly Sorrow
By Newsletter Editor on 5/21/2007
June 2007 Newsletter Article
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What Sentence Does God Write?
Gary's Articles By Newsletter Editor on 4/30/2007
May 2007 Newsletter Article
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Delight in the Word
Becky's Teaching Tips By Newsletter Editor on 4/30/2007
May 2007 Newsletter Article
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MCD Internship Proposal
News Items By Newsletter Editor on 4/30/2007
Information Regarding the MCD Internship Oppurtunities
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A High Place
Special Features By Newsletter Editor on 4/30/2007
A Poem by Mr. B
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Write the Truth
Student Developer By Newsletter Editor on 4/30/2007
Greetings! I trust you all had a blessed Easter season and enjoyed some time off! For this month’s Developer I have an example of a persuasive essay, in which the author tries to convince readers of his or her opinion on the subject.
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May 2007 Bible Quiz
Student Developer By Newsletter Editor on 4/30/2007
Here are the answers to last month's questions, and three new ones for May!
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It's Quiz Time!
Student Developer By Newsletter Editor on 4/30/2007
Try to match up the list of vocabulary words introduced this year with the right sentence! Have fun!
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April 2007 Word of the Month
Student Developer By Newsletter Editor on 3/23/2007
There is none!
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Writing With A Purpose
Student Developer By Newsletter Editor on 3/23/2007
You know, often times when your writing has a purpose, interesting and creative works are born.
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One More Chance
Special Features By Newsletter Editor on 3/23/2007
My earliest memories are of pointing to the sky, having detected the far-off drone of a piston engine. Dad had been a pilot since before I was born.
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WCFS Flight Camp
News Items By Newsletter Editor on 3/23/2007
Aviation Awareness & Orientation Day
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Becky's Teaching Tips - The Precious Word
Becky's Teaching Tips By Newsletter Editor on 3/23/2007
April 2007 Newsletter Article
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Pursuing Jesus
Student Developer By Newsletter Editor on 3/23/2007
April 2007 Newsletter Article
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What Is Myrrh?
Student Developer By Newsletter Editor on 3/23/2007
The name myrrh comes from an Arabic word which means bitter tasting...
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April 2007 Bible Quiz
Student Developer By Newsletter Editor on 3/23/2007
Here are the answers of last month's questions, and the questions for April!
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