Tuesday, August 28, 2018

School Scripture 2018-2019

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Our school year starts next week, and as we're making the final preparations for the big day, I took some time to settle on this passage as our School Scripture for the coming year.

Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your mind in Christ Jesus.
~Philippians 4:6-7~

This is our last year of homeschooling. Kennady will graduate in just nine (short!) months. There are still a lot of questions and uncertainties about what's next for her - and what's next for me too! Anxiety is already something we struggle with, and it's possible those battles will be more frequent or more intense in a year of milestones and decisions. But we have this hope - our God hears our prayers and he sees our path. And he promises us this amazing peace that will guard our hearts and minds.

Do you choose a Scripture as a theme for your homeschool? Leave a comment and let me know!

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2 comments:

Wendy Ross said...

Oh, wow! What a bittersweet year this will be for you. My youngest (with special needs) has just begun high school...at age 16. We are trying to decide how to "handle" high school for him: go ahead and "do" high school in the full four years, which means he will be 20, or almost, when he graduates; or prepare him to take the GED after he turns 18. School scripture? That's nothing I have thought to do before. This year may be our first! Great idea!--Have a blessed school year!

Annette V said...

what a good verse to help ease this last year of school. how do you use your verse throughout the year?

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