Pancakes and Prayer Monthly Blog (By Ms. T, Dining Hall Manager)

Hello Students! We will begin our first Friday of the Month Pancakes and Prayer get-togethers on September 6. Just to let you know, I'll be posting a follow-up message on the Pancakes and Prayer web page so you can take some inspiration with you!

Here is August's blog post:

Welcome back to a brand new year!

First and foremost we hope and pray that each of you has had a wonderful and restful summer. We are excited to start this year off with an explosion of faith, fun, and focus.

Welcome to our monthly Pancakes and Prayer blog. This is where we desire to inform our students about what’s going on within this ministry. We pray that we are able to offer you hope, guidance and direction in your everyday life as you live for Christ.

"And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.(1 Corinthians 13:13)

After much prayer and consideration, the Lord has led us to focus this year on CommUNITY! The oneness between God and ourselves, through love. The oneness of our student body, family, and friends, expressing love. The oneness found as servants of Christ as we testify about His love through meeting the needs of all.

So what are we going to do? We will rise above any differences and reach out to one another, even when it’s hard. We will learn to forgive ourselves and those who have hurt us. We will celebrate everyday victories and embrace our faith without fear.

Every moment and every second of our lives matter - what we do with that is entirely up to each of us. What matters most to me is that you know that you are never alone, we are here for you. We see you! #Igotyou – means just that. I’ve (we’ve) got your back and see you. On your good days and on your bad days, I see you. You are not invisible, you are a perfect gift from God with an abundance of gifts that will change the world!
Ms. T 

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