Monthly Archives: March 2020

In Difficult Times, Pray

| March 19, 2020

Prayer Does Not Equip Us For Greater Works – Prayer Is The Greater Work (Oswald Chambers) During these unknown times, there is great opportunity for our God to show off His power, presence, peace and stability!  Would you be willing to spend some intentional time in prayer for the leadership, teachers, students and families of […]

Girls Make Bowling History, Too!

| March 12, 2020

(L to R): Rachael Burch, Ella Wendel, Naomi Elenbaass, Hannah Elenbaas, Ava Wendel, and Brooke Smith (Not Pictured: Rebekah Burch) What a weekend!  Last Friday, the Lady Sabres made school history by placing 3rd overall in the State after an incredible day of play.  That’s the best placement by our Girls’ Bowling team ever and was accomplished despite […]

State Champ!

| March 12, 2020

TC Christian’s Hunter Haldaman went the distance at the MHSAA State Bowling Championship at Royal Scot Lanes in Lansing last weekend, emerging as the State Champion.  Hunter started the morning session qualifying for the afternoon bracket play by finishing 2nd overall. In the sweet 16, Hunter defeated Muskegon Western Michigan Christian’s Senior Gabe Gauthier 412-325. In […]

Muffins With Mom A Smash

| March 9, 2020

Judging by the laughter and chatter, TC Christian’s Annual Muffins With Mom celebration was a big hit.  Thank you to the PTO for organizing everything, the men from the Board who served that morning, and the many moms, grandmas and special ‘aunts’ who came to school to enjoy time with their kids.  More pictures are here.   

Protect Young Eyes

| March 6, 2020

Online pornography, predators, sexting, social media, screen time, cyber-bullying. Equip your kids to discern digital threats and thrive in an increasingly hostile online world. Hosted by TC Christian, the seminar is presented by “Protect Young Eyes”, a Grand Rapids-based organization that presents to hundreds of schools, churches, and community groups annually. The seminar is free […]

“Overwhelmed With Emotion”

| March 3, 2020

On a visit to the Vietnam War Memorial during WinTerm, the TC Christian Freshmen ran into a couple who were trying to get a picture of the name of a cousin on the Wall.  The cousin was Steve Escallier who died in Vietnam on October 31, 1969. Social Studies teacher, Melissa Wheat, picks up the story, […]

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