Matt Davidson started his career as a history and Bible teacher at Aurora Christian School. But no matter what his title has been the students and mission of Christian education have always come first. And Matt believes the only way to truly inspire students to follow Christ is through personal connections and speaking power into their lives.
Among the choices we make on behalf of our kids, where they will attend school is one of the most significant. By the time our children are in elementary school, our kids will spend the majority of their waking hours in the academy. All the more reason to “discern” what’s best rather than merely to “decide.”
Meet William Terpstra. He’s a senior and state qualifying cross country runner. Running is a constant journey that promotes endurance, grit, and discipline. But the ability to use God-given talents to glorify Him has made William’s journey as a runner truly worthwhile.
Matt Davidson reflects on Project IMPACT and how God once again demonstrated His power—even in our weakness. Please join Mr. Davidson, and the rest of the Timothy community, on September 14 at 6 pm for the Grand Opening of Project IMPACT.
Meet soon-to-be 7th grade student Maggie Rhoads. Maggie transferred to Timothy in 5th grade. This is her Timothy story.