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Walking with the Reformers

 

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Enlarge the Place of Your Tent: Learning from William Carey

I was reading something on the life of William Carey (the missionary to India) the other week and noted that it was a sermon on Isaiah 54:2-3 which gave him his life’s mission. The passage reads:

“Enlarge the place of your tent, stretch your tent curtains wide, do not hold back; lengthen your cords, strengthen your stakes. For you will spread out to the right and to the left; your descendants…

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Grandparents Assembly: Celebrating our Families

“The greatest legacy one can pass on to one’s grandchildren is not money or other material things accumulated in one’s life, but rather a legacy of character and faith.”

Billy Graham

Last week we invited our Grandparents to a special Afternoon Tea and Assembly. We had a wonderful time of fellowship together.

Families are part of God’s design and, as grandparents, we have a wonderful opportunity to speak into the lives of our grandchildren,…

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Protective Behaviours with Constable Care

Kenwick Primary students had the opportunity to be entertained and enlightened by the Constable Care crew this week.

Our students from Pre-Primary to Year 3 enjoyed a puppet show where Constable Care’s friends learnt about the difference between being Fun-Scared (like when going on a slide at the park) and feeling Unsafe and needing to ask for help from a trusted adult. It was a good reinforcement of many of our Protective Behaviours messages that…

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Rocking the Fremantle Eisteddfod

On 17 May one of our Year 7 students, Emily Hobday, competed in the prestigious Fremantle Eisteddfod.

Emily contested in the classical guitar performance section of the competition. The best classical music students from around the city came to perform in the classy Fremantle Town Hall. With credit to her meticulous preparation, Emily was awarded first prize in the Under 13s division for the second consecutive year in a row.

This…

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Success, Safety and “Real” Schools

With this issue, we begin an occasional series we’re calling “Be Distinct”. We ask Rehoboth’s leaders and senior staff to choose three of the frequently asked questions we receive, and to give us their views. We encourage you to read through their answers. They’ll help to explain some of characteristics that make Rehoboth distinct and will deepen your understanding of Christian Education. They’ll also provide useful information whenever you might be discussing Rehoboth with family and friends.

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2017 Senior School Ball

Glamour, glitz and glorious gowns: the Year 11/12 girls of Rehoboth rapidly got ready for the night of nights. In trim, taut and terrific tuxedos, the boys gathered the vital element for the ball, the corsage, and vigorously went to pick up their dates. April 21 was the night of nights – the 2017 Rehoboth Christian College Teen Challenge Ball.

Excited teachers waited patiently at the top of the stairs, greeting students with beaming smiles. To…

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2017 Indonesian Mission Trip

Day 1

Our adventure of a lifetime began at 5:00am on Thursday 13 April, at Perth International Airport. We boarded the plane all rugged up in jumpers and jackets, but the sweaters soon came off when we were welcomed by the sweltering heat of Indonesia in Denpasar, Bali.

After a two-hour stopover in Denpasar, we arrived in Surabaya around 2:00pm. We were picked up by Mrs Anggadjaja and after a short break we headed to…

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The Glory of God

Recently I was re-reading Crazy Love by Francis Chan and I came across his suggestion to view the video below:

I am sure that many of you have seen similar videos – it starts with an image of a majestic place somewhere and then progressively works outwards until you see the curve of the Earth, the stars, the galaxies, the universe – on and on and on – until you begin to understand…

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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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