We wish you and your loved ones a blessed Thanksgiving and pray you will find joy and rejuvenation during this break.
The Lord has given many gifts for which we can be grateful, but gratitude itself is a gift. We’ve all heard of “counting our blessings”, but gratitude is more than just a posture of remembrance and reflection. Gratitude is love in action. Gratitude can make us generous, patient, and empathetic. Gratitude can strengthen our resolve and give us courage. Gratitude can insulate the heart when fear and doubt start to creep in. Gratitude connects us to each other and helps us to truly see one another.
Gratitude leads us to say not only “Thank you”, but also, “How may I serve you?”
We are grateful for the opportunity to serve you as we teach your children to seek, in all they learn, the goodness of the Lord, the giver of all good gifts. It is to Him that we offer our ultimate expressions of gratitude and service.
Enter into His gates with thanksgiving, and into His courts with praise.
Be thankful to Him, and bless His name. For the Lord is good;
His mercy is everlasting, and His truth endures to all generations.