THE TREE NEWSLETTER UPDATE

Mitchell A Adams, Communications Coordinator Tree of Life and the Office of Development, are very excited to announce the launch of not only the Tree e-news, a new source for stories from around the school, but a refreshed version of the print publication,The Tree. This, design forward, refresh will provide you with stories, statistics, and formative works

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GLORIFYING GOD AT CHRISTMAS

Miss Izzy King and Miss Laine Myers Indianola 5th grade students On December 17, 2015, the Indianola branch came together to glorify God at our school’s Christmas musical. The musical was about four girls who want to travel back in time to be at the first Christmas. One of the girls builds a time machine,

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THE MIEP GIES PROJECT HELPING MR. JOHN

  Mr. Samuel Jacob 8th Grade For my Miep Gies project I chose to help Mr. John, our school custodian, clean the school. I helped Mr. John clean during my study hall period every day whenever I had the chance. The Miep Gies project is so important for us as eighth graders because it gives

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STAFF ADDITION | MITCHELL A ADAMS

Mrs. Megan Peters Director of Development Regretfully, we had to say farewell to Cinnamon Doran as she continued her life journey to serve the Lord in ministry at The Vineyard Columbus. Of course, our loss is their gain. We pray for her to continue to be a light for Jesus there. However, I am delighted

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BLESSED BY PRAYER

  Mrs. Lynn Tolley Middle School Principal Assistant Superintendent This Christmas the teachers at Tree had an opportunity to bless a student with gifts and food. Teachers and friends of Tree rallied to buy food and gifts for each family member. As we gathered and packed and wrapped up the Christmas presents in my office,

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PRACTICING HIS PRESENCE

Dr. Todd Marrah, Ph. D. Superintendent If you want to be good at something, effective practice is necessary. Great athletes, musicians, artists, counselors, teachers, lawyers, and preachers all have at least one thing in common. They have studied their craft by investing quality practice into their life routine. We try to convince our students that

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WAITING ON THE COURT DECISION

Dr. Todd Marrah, Ph. D. Superintendent Typically, court decisions from the 6th District Court of Appeals are rendered in 2-4 months. Our hearing was in April, now more than a year ago. At this point, I am convinced that the delay in timing is of the Lord for reasons that only He knows. Over the

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