Engaging with Your Child’s Media

If you have not yet read Glen Shultz’s latest blog, Some Haunting Questions, you should take a moment to read it today. Mr. Brenner shared this blog with our school family earlier this week. It is a very thought-provoking and convicting post. I have challenged our teachers to think about what being “Christian” really meansContinue reading “Engaging with Your Child’s Media”

Affinity Programs

Feel like you visit Amazon or the grocery store every day? Wouldn’t it be great if all that shopping helped out a worthy organization? Every time you shop at one of these locations, WCS will receive a percentage back–and there is no additional cost to you! Amazon Support WCS by starting your Amazon shopping at smile.amazon.com. ItContinue reading “Affinity Programs”

What’s Happening: Week of December 3

Hat, Coat, and Scarf Drive. During this time of the year, we take for granted the warmth of a coat.  As a school, we are collecting gently used or new coats for those in need. We will have drop-off boxes in the day care, elementary, and junior high building.  Be on the lookout for the Wayne ChristianContinue reading “What’s Happening: Week of December 3”

Enchanted Forest Book Fair

What an odd time of year for the book fair! Yes, but God had a reason for using Hurricane Florence to rearrange our plans, and we’re going with it! It’s going to be an Enchanted Christmas Forest, so join us! Visit the WCS Library from 8 am to 4 pm, December 3-7, for some fantasticContinue reading “Enchanted Forest Book Fair”

No Off-Season

I was recently counting the days before Christmas – it’s 41 in case you’re wondering. Of those 41 days, 21 are school days. That’s incredible! Over those 21 days, we will see our kindergarten students perform their Thanksgiving program and our third and fourth graders perform their Christmas program. Students will also begin to prepareContinue reading “No Off-Season”

Teaching a Biblical Worldview

All Truth is God’s Truth! We’ve all heard it.  Most of us have probably said it.  But, do we believe it?  I mean, truly believe it. According to Barna Research, most of us don’t.  Their research indicates that only 10% of the U.S. population has a Biblical Worldview. I had the opportunity to attend aContinue reading “Teaching a Biblical Worldview”