In The Spotlight
In The Spotlight
"Last Saturday, GCS graduated its largest class in school history, sending out 92 seniors to impact the world for Christ. The following is my graduation charge..." CLICK THE ARROW TO READ.
"A friend and I were talking the other day about how everyone has a dream that dies. For kids, it may be playing professional ball of some sort, or being some kind of musician, or being really good at something one just cannot master...Even if you are really, really good at what you do, like a good athlete, your dream will die at some point: either you're good enough to be a high school starter, but not to play for a Division I college; or, you're good enough to make it to such a college, but not to start, or not make it to the pros, or you blow your knee out, or you have to retire from what you love at 35 years old. But, the dream will die at some point." TO READ MORE, CLICK THE ARROW.
"After all, when we ask someone for something, they tell us one of three things: either "yes", "no", or "maybe". We usually get one of those answers immediately, and then we deal with the response, either by accepting the answer or by trying to manipulate a different outcome. This is almost completely NOT how it works with God...In saying "yes" to my prayer, He is simultaneously saying "no" or "not yet" to someone else..." TO READ MORE, CLICK THE ARROW.
Congratulations to Junior High Tyler Rotary Young Citizen award winners, Lydia Forehand and Jacob Craver. These Grace Community 8th graders have exhibited leadership skills as well as servant hearts at school and in their community.
"You're ready now. There's not a doubt in my mind. You know how to study and succeed in school. The finest teachers anywhere have prepared you. You know how to find your people, and to choose great and godly friends—just do what you've already done. Most of all, you know how to chase after Jesus—this amazing, beloved community who loves you, has prayed for you, and has invested their sweat, tears, and heart into you has taught and modeled that for you, every single day..." TO READ MORE, CLICK THE ARROW.
"I tell the kids that finishing strong means that all of the really great stuff in life is on the far end of the pool—you have to swim over to get it. Patience, joy, grace, wisdom, love and contentment- it's all a gift, but it all comes ultimately through brokenness and humility, slogging through that pool. Finishing strong is hard work sometimes, but it always brings fruit..." TO READ MORE, CLICK THE ARROW!

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    • Friday, May 29, 2015 Birthday - Brooke Auringer
    • Sunday, May 31, 2015 Ann Terese Brandt - birthday
    • Tuesday, June 2, 2015 Rainey Freeman & Leann Strnadel - Birthday
    • Wednesday, June 3, 2015 Andy Euler - Birthday

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Grace Community School
Upper Campus
3001 University Blvd.
Tyler, TX 75701
Phone 903-566-5661
Fax 903-566-1156

Lower Campus
3215 Old Jacksonville
Tyler, Texas 75701
Phone 903-593-1977
Fax 903-593-2897

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