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Newton Bible Christian School

900 Old Main St

Newton, KS 67114

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Being a Servant

"You are a servant." This is the phrase that Mr. Lancaster emphasized with the students in chapel this week as the culmination of this year's theme chapels. The purpose of the qualities we have studied in 2 Peter 1 is to make the students useful tools for Him. Mr. Lancaster read to the students from 2 Corinthians 5:15, "and he died for all, that those who liv...

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Perhaps you've heard. Newton Bible Christian School is at the beginning of an exciting journey toward accreditation with the American Association of Christian School (AACS). Why is this process that will require hours of work from our staff, board, and perhaps even some of you exciting? At the core of the process, we will be completing a self-study. During t...

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Celebrating God’s Faithfulness: 50 Years of Stones, Part II

Celebrating God's Faithfulness: 50 Years of Stones, Part II What could be sweeter than this? Throughout this year, 2023, Hershey Chocolate World is celebrating its 50thanniversary. According to their website, so many people regularly wanted to tour the Hershey chocolate factory, that in 1973, the company opened Hershey Chocolate World as a way to all...

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Faithfulness in Freedeom

Jesus answered "We must work the works of him who sent me while it is day; night is coming, when no one can work" John 9:4 We have an incredible opportunity. Every day, we have the freedom at Newton Bible Christian School to speak God's truth into student's lives. We are free to choose curri...

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Remembering What God Has Done: 50 Years of Stones

Remembering What God Has Done: 50 Years of StonesJoshua 4"When all the nation had finished passingover the Jordan, theLordsaid to Joshua,2"Take twelve men from the people, from each tribe a man,3and command them, saying, 'Taketwelve stones from here out of the midst of the Jordan20Andthose twelve stones, which they took out of ...

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The Mercy of Struggle

The Mercy of Struggle "For this light momentary affliction is preparing for us an eternal weight of glory beyond all comparison."-Paul, 2 Corinthians 4:17 I am always amused when a fifth or sixth grade student says, "I wish I could do a second-grade math page. It looks easy." In a futile attempt to put it in perspective, I remind the student, "It did not seem easy whe...

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What is Christian School?

What isChristianSchool? If the purpose of school is learning, what earns a school the description of Christian? In the early days of our country, education was tied to religion. The Northwest Ordinance of 1787 states "religion, morality, and knowledge, being necessary to good government and the happiness of mankind, schools and the means of education shall forever be en...

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What is School?

What is School? According to Merriam Webster's online dictionary, school is "an organization that provides instruction." When it is used as a verb, school means "the process of teaching or learning, especially at a school." In the context of grades K4-8, what then do we mean when we say we are "a school" or that ...

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Buying Truth

Buying Truth How much does the truth cost? At what cost are we willing to obtain it?"Buy truth, and do not sell it; buy wisdom, instruction, and understanding." Proverbs 23:23 ESVAs I reflected on these words from Proverbs 23 this week, I considered how they fit with Christian education from the school's perspective, the student's perspective, and the parent's perspecti...

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End of Summer Letter from Mrs. Reiger

Dear Parents and Guardians, Nearly every conversation I have had recently has begun with, "When does school start?" School seems to be on people's minds, so it must be time to begin thinking about it--at least in small doses mixed with lots of summer fun. In reality, plans for this school year started before last school year ended. I would like to share with you our them...

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