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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

The wedding celebrations were enjoyed by all, even as a rather stiff breeze gave us opportunity to adapt decorations and collect scattered napkins. What a joy it is to bask in the radiance of a bride and groom looking forward to building a family together.

Our summer agenda is crowded with greenhouse construction, building, remodeling, food production and musical performances by the NLSO. Right now we’re donning bug-gear and gardening gloves as the season’s fun has begun. We’re thankful for rain and mild temperatures as so many struggle with inclement weather.

We’re looking forward to summer visitors.

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Soul Refreshment

"The Christian school will not countenance anything that will in any way suggest that there is any distinction between work and education: it will steadily and uncompromisingly hold that work is education and education is work. The Christian school will not recognize the view that work is a means to an education in the sense that a person can work his way to an education, and when he has obtained his education he can consider himself above such work. The Christian school will allow that work is a means to an education only in the single sense that the work itself is education; that true education is found in the very work itself."

A.T. Jones, The Place of the Bible in Education

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