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As on the field, so in the life of the follower of Jesus Christ, the hardest job is done by the Keeper.
Though I’d read this psalm many times before, I’d never quite been able to visualize it. I knew from context that being under a wing signified some kind of protection. Yet, through this imagery of a mamma swan with her hidden cygnets, God has demonstrated the very way in which he cares for us.
Parents who have children entering kindergarten in the fall may wonder what they can do at home to prepare their children for the transition. To help answer this question, Mrs. Booth, one of Trinity’s fabulous kindergarten teachers, offers some advice.
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Gryphons Going Places
Most college seniors are just trying pass their exams and graduate, but for Nathan Tewell, that’s just one element of his senior year. Aside from having earned a certificate in marketing and double-majoring in neuroscience and psychology, he also cofounded Coach2Inspire, a national non-profit that provides student coaches for youth sports programs.
Cinderella Returns: Alumni Takes Teaching Job at Trinity
Ms. Higgins’ celebrity hasn’t faded. Now, over four years later, Ms. Higgins is back at Trinity after graduating from George Mason University in December, and the hallways are buzzing with news about Cinderella coming home to Trinity. Only this time, she’s playing a new role – a long-term substitute for chorus teacher Mrs. Koth. She is teaching fifth and sixth grade Choir, Honors Ensemble in the mornings before school, and is assisting with the Advanced Choir.