To head varsity soccer coach, Joel Zielke, coaching is worship. According to Coach Zielke, God created us to work and gives us the gifts and talents to perform our work. When we approach work as a gift from God, it is an offering that is meant to glorify and honor God!
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As a newly minted parent of a Timothy alumnus, I can tell you without a doubt that a Timothy education is the best decision you’ll ever make for your child. You are now part of a community that will walk alongside you on this parenting journey.
This is my 29th year in Christian education...and I'm starting my 15th year in a superintendent role during that span. Although it seems highly unlikely that we won’t have some bumps in the road, I'm more excited and energized for this year than any prior year in my career.
Pat and Amy Jones pray that their matching grant for the auction will inspire others to join them.
The Timothy community has faced challenges of our own all year long. Many of us have faced personal challenges, “giants,” of various kinds. Perhaps it feels like the odds are often stacked against us. At times these challenges seem overwhelming. It can feel hopeless. Yet we endure by the power of God.
My hope and my prayer is that every family feels a part of the huddle—key members of the team. Regardless of when your journey with Timothy began, each family plays a critical role in our success.
Our senior leaders have a deep appreciation for this short, jam-packed, basketball season (15 games in 4 ½ weeks). The three captains agree that they are not taking anything for granted, they are working as hard as they can at each practice and executing during games.
Meet Scott & Erica Plaisier. Erica is the school nurse and Scott is the head varsity boys basketball coach. They have played