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A Runner's Thoughts on "Spurs"

TCS students participating in the 100 Mile Club regularly receive encouragement from Coach Phillips. His latest note reads as follows:

Hello, 100 Mile Club Runners,

“And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds.” Hebrews 10:24

When geese migrate over great distances, they fly in a “V” formation, which cuts the wind resistance for the entire flock. So that no one leader must bear the brunt of the wind all the time, they rotate leadership.

If a bird is injured, he is not left alone. One other bird stays behind with him until he is ready to fly again. The honking noises of geese are for a purpose. They are encouraging each other! Scientists believe geese can fly up to 72 percent farther than they can fly alone.

Like geese, we really do need each other in life. Stay close to those who will share your burdens, help you to heal, and encourage you. Encourage those around you to “keep on keeping on” in exercise and in life. April is a great month for gaining ground on finishing our quest to 100 logged miles! Encourage those around you to finish the journey, and to finish strong. Even more, encourage those around you to stay in the Word, and to preach the gospel at all times in word and in deed. It is a life-long journey, a marathon, not a sprint.

We are blessed to be able to do God’s work and blessed to be able to take care of our bodies, His temples. In a single moment, God can change a heart. Be a “Game Changer.” Be of impact to those around you!

I am now running because I can . . .,
Short, purposeful 3-mile runs . . ,
We run, jog, or walk because we can . . .

Through His power,

Mr. Rus Phillips
Lower School PE Teacher
Trinity Christian School

Posted by admission on Thursday April 16
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"...I was a stranger and you welcomed me..."


Among the many good things at TCS is a strong sense of community. Following is a brief excerpt from a letter written by a dear family that joined the Trinity community just before a life-threatening accident nearly took the husband and father.

At the time of the accident our daughters had gone to Trinity only one month. Immediately members of the staff as well as parents reached out to us. We were provided help with transportation and food.We received kindness and concern from many of the staff in the offices and faculty members.An anonymous donor gave us $1000.00 toward tuition for the semester!

We commuted to [our previous school] from Clifton for 7 years before transferring to Trinity.We are very impressed and wish we would have made this decision years ago.Our prayer is that our daughters will graduate from Trinity and lead purposeful godly lives shaped by the academic and spiritual knowledge they are being provided on a daily basis.


Posted by admission on Thursday February 5
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