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Earlier today, GCS students Chelsea Clark and Andrew Melhart were recognized by the Rotary Club of Tyler as Outstanding High School Seniors. The award is based on their achievements in academics, leadership, and athletics. Congratulations Chelsea and Andrew!
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"I was listening to a great sermon series by Matt Chandler on God's design for men and women, and he was saying that, whereas the two most common sins that men struggle with are passivity and aggression, for women it is comparison and perfection. Chandler notes that it is a particular challenge for moms, because whatever some other mom is doing with her children either creates guilt over our failures in our own children's lives, or forges a false sense of superiority that masks insecurity. The standard for ourselves, our marriages, our children, our bodies, our careers, is perfection, and when we don't have that (because we won't), discontent leads to ungratefulness, ungratefulness to all kinds of worldliness—miles away from the greatness that God created us to live. Mom used to say that "comparison is the thief of joy." That woman was on to something..." Click the arrow to read more!
Betty Waters, from the Tyler Morning Telegraph, wrote a great piece on this special event honoring one of our first graders, Will Butts. Click the arrow to read the story in full!
​Like so many other things in life, leading as a Christian, in our offices, our homes, our churches, our workplaces, and our schools, is counter-cultural. Christ said as much. As his disciples were jockeying for position in His Kingdom, Jesus told them not to do as everyone else did but, "whoever would be great among you must be your servant, and whoever would be first among you must be your slave, even as the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many." To read more, click the arrow!
​On Thursday, November 6, the creative kids in Grace K4 got dressed up in their Noah's Ark finest and traveled in groups around the Elementary to share what they have been learning in Bible Time. This is a very special and fun day for all our K4 students, and they had a fantastic time prancing around, giggling, and sharing how God's provision is ALWAYS dependable - for the very small to the very large! Click the arrow to be directed to our Flickr photo gallery with additional K4 cuteness overload!

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Tyler, TX 75701
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