2013-2013 School Theme: We Believe!
Our school theme this year is “We Believe” and it is based on the Rehoboth Creed.
As we enter our 110th year at Rehoboth Christian School, we pause to consider our roots, our growth, and our vision. The creed has been used in the elementary as a way to express some of the core values of RCS. The last line of the creed inspired the artwork that you see at the top of this Parent News: “We shall be called oaks of righteousness, a planting of the Lord for the display of His splendor.” (Isaiah 61:3)
If our school was a tree, we would see that our roots run deep and our trunk is old with 110 tree rings. Rehoboth Christian School is rooted in the Bible, in God’s calling, and in His people seeking to spread the Good News of the gospel. Our branches and leaves are the growth that we see now. New life is sprouting in each child and each family at RCS and we are honored to be a part of that process.
Oak trees also produce acorns, which hold the potential to become another great oak. These acorns represent our dreams and visions for the future. God promises His children that He has a plan for each of them, to bless and to prosper; to give hope and a future. (Jeremiah 29:11)
I encourage each of you to print out a copy of the Rehoboth Creed and read it through. Pray over it and over our students. It is a challenging time to be young, but God is good and we have hope for a bright future.