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Project SHINE 2015 Testimonials

As promised last week, we are gathering testimonials from our students and those that we served during Project SHINE 2015. On Monday, April 20, 20 high school students served at ReStore Habitat for Humanity in Ann Arbor. “The ReStore is a retail store operated by Habitat for Humanity of Huron Valley and open 7 days…

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An Encouraging Word

In I Corinthians 15:58 we read, “Therefore, my beloved brothers, be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, knowing that in the Lord your labor is not in vain.” The last six and a half weeks of school can be tough on a family. Many families are looking forward to the summer…

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National Honor Society After-School Tutoring

The PCA National Honor Society has offered free after-school tutoring sessions throughout this year, for students grades 4-8th, between 3-4pm. The purpose of the After-School Tutoring Sessions is to allow older students who possess excellent work habits and learning strategies to mentor younger students who are struggling in a particular area. This time can be…

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Project SHINE 2015 Testimonies

Project SHINE: Serving Him in Neighborhoods Everywhere. SHINE 2015 began on Monday with a time of praise and worship and a challenge for our high school students from Josh Wilhite, Solid Rock Bible Church Youth Pastor. Josh encouraged them to authentically serve from their heart, not grudgingly, but cheerfully. The students then went off in…

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An Encouraging Word

One of the many jobs we have as parents is to train our children how to have discretion in life. One definition of discretion is “careful about what one does.” All of us desire our children to have discretion in their interactions with other people. The hard part about this kind of child-training is that…

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All Expense Paid Summer Trip to Germany

PCA GRATULIERT Paul Chamberlain, one of only 39 students across the U.S. to win an all-expense-paid Summer Study Trip Award to Germany this year, sponsored by the AATG (American Association of Teachers of German) and the German Government! After his high qualifying score on the 2015 Level 3 National German Exam, Paul’s outstanding application and…

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Project SHINE 2015

Mark 10:45, “For even the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.” (ESV) Each year, Plymouth Christian Academy students, staff, and parent volunteers embark on a weeklong Servathon, Project SHINE. Project SHINE serves several purposes for PCA. The most important purpose…

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What is the Purpose of Education?

As a parent making the decision about your child’s education, there are many factors to consider. At Plymouth Christian Academy, we understand the importance of academic rigor, the arts, athletics, class size, individualized attention, test scores, security, and so on. It is because of the importance of these and many more factors that the staff…

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An Encouraging Word

The Easter season is upon us and this is a tremendous time to help our children understand just how much God loves us. The biblical truth of the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus is so poignant and real to children at this time of the year. When I was a little girl, my mom and…

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