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Mornings with Mike Crichton

Over the past year, “Mornings with Mike” on 98Five Sonshine FM has interviewed Mr Craig Hunter, our Assistant Principal at the Wilson campus, to talk about parenting, school and life.

Topics have included technology, kids with disabilities, handling homework and the importance of playing sport.

As a result, families and communities across Perth have been exposed to a Christian worldview on parenting. Not only that, it has been great promotion for Rehoboth…

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“You Have the Power to Change Stuff” – Daniel Flynn and Thankyou

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We were very privileged to host Thankyou co-founders Daniel Flynn and Jarryd Burns today. Year 11-12 students heard from Daniel as he shared the Thankyou story and encouraged them to pursue their dreams and passions. It was a fantastic message that challenged everyone to think differently and connected beautifully to our desire to see students develop and use their God-given talents for His glory. Look out…

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Addressing the Issues: Supporting Your Year 12 Student with Stress

During the holidays, I have been thinking about the issue of stress.

Not that stress is unique only to Year 12 students, but Year 12 is full of ups and downs which can be a major source of stress for most students. This reveals itself in a lot of different ways. Small issues can become large ones, as emotions can often be exaggerated during these times. Students can find that interrupted sleep becomes a pattern and they…

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Addressing the Issues: The WOW Moments

In Psalm 77, Asaph is going through a low patch and dealing with stress and disappointment. He is troubled and can’t sleep. He had been the music director who arranged musical scores to the Psalms of David and had been there at the building of David’s kingdom, and at its highest point. His role had continued through the leadership of Solomon, and the start of the unraveling of the nation. Then he held that position when the…

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Addressing the Issues: God in a Box

A great statement of faith is confessing that Jesus Christ is your Lord and Saviour. We are pretty good at knowing what Jesus saved us from and what He saves us to, but we don’t talk about His Lordship as often.

Colossians 1:13-18 says, “For he has rescued us from the dominion of darkness and brought us into the kingdom of the Son he loves, in whom we have redemption, the forgiveness of sins.…

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Addressing the Issues: Just Who is on the Throne in Our Lives?

Once we have committed our lives to Jesus, we know that God is sovereign and is on the throne of our lives. But do we live like this in practice, and how does it influence our thinking and our actions?

The choice to be independent is one of the virtues encouraged by our culture. But cutting ourselves off from people, responsibility, and families leads to increasing loneliness, which has become one of the greatest social…

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Introducing TESLA

Nikola Tesla (1857-1943) American inventor. Photograph, 1915. — Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS

TESLA is a STEM initiative being held at Rehoboth Christian College during 2016.

STEM stands for: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.

The Department of Education has made STEM a priority across schools in Australia. Students with training in STEM open themselves up to an incredibly diverse array of job opportunities as part of a rapidly growing industry. Click…

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Secondary Swimming Carnival

The Interhouse Swimming Carnival was held last Friday and was a fantastic day of competition, House spirit, encouragement, and fun. It was great to see those that have gifts and talents in swimming use them to their best ability, and also those that wanted to just give it a go to earn valuable points for their House.

The scores were close all day long and at the final tally, there was little between the top…

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Addressing the Issues: Christmas Brings Hope

It seems to me that there are two kinds of hope. The first is a natural or human hope. This is based on statistical likelihood or probability. This kind of hope is sometimes based on past experiences, or what we wish is going to happen. You see this demonstrated by the people who sacrifice time and money on a slim chance of success queuing for Lotto tickets. This kind of hope is usually fragile and…

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