Insight in a Changing World • Strength in Adversity • Keys to Life

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Spring Flowers

Metamorphosis
—from Association to Academy

Freely we have received, and freely we give. Developing capacities to their fullest, Gilead Academy educates students today for the world of tomorrow. Built on the solid foundation of the Bible and with a non-profit charter, we rest on God's providential care and leading. With a strong emphasis on music, health, and horticulture the Academy operates year round enabling a broad curriculum and resourceful programs. Metamorphosis continued…

What's Happening

Summer activities got off to a slow start this spring as we had some beautiful days of late snow but we're back on our feet and moving forward. Our Orchestra has started a new song and making confirmations for our summer schedule. In the garden, the garlic looks good and the tomatoes and peppers are doing well. You'll find a new orchard and berry patch when you next visit. We’re looking forward to a quiet but busy season.

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Soul Refreshment

“There is a distinction between recreation and amusement. Recreation, when true to its name, re-creation, tends to strengthen and build up. Calling us aside from our ordinary cares and occupations, it affords refreshment for mind and body, and thus enables us to return with new vigor to the earnest work of life. Amusement, on the other hand, is sought for the sake of pleasure and is often carried to excess; it absorbs the energies that are required for useful work and thus proves a hindrance to life’s true success.”
– Education pg. 207; E. G. White

“Recreation and amusement, why are they not the same? One has a means to an end. What is amusement? Amusement has no limit. Recreation is re-creation because you have all that fresh air in your lungs and brain cells and you feel good. Recreation tends to strengthen and upbuild.”

M.T. Jordan

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