Renew 2020: Training Servant Leaders

Renew 2020: Training Servant Leaders

One week ago, my son boarded a plane to Honduras with 30 other Timothy students. For the past week, I’ve prayed for him, studied the photos that were posted on Timothy’s social media in hopes of spotting him, and I’ve exchanged a few short text messages with him. Late...
Five Ways to Avoid Cabin Fever Over Christmas Break

Five Ways to Avoid Cabin Fever Over Christmas Break

By Tracy Scott, guest writer & Timothy Parent Christmas is my favorite holiday. I love the miraculous history and all that it means for us, the reading (and reciting) of Luke 2, candlelight services, carols, our Christmas tree, time with friends and family. I...
College Series: Athletic Scholarships

College Series: Athletic Scholarships

Looking for an athletic scholarship? Sureya Alex, a junior, interviewed three experts on athletic scholarships: Jon Huizinga, Timothy Christian’s Director of College and Career, Jack LeGrand, Director of Timothy Christian Athletics, and Bill DeRuiter, Head Women’s Basketball Coach at Trinity Christian College. Here are their thoughts and advice on how to find the perfect college fit.

College Series: Scholarships 101

College Series: Scholarships 101

Out of all the overwhelming parts of the college admissions process though, the part that tends to terrify parents and students the most is paying for it. According to the website valuepenguin.com, public 4-year institutions average around $40,940 per academic year, and private 4-year colleges average around $50,900.

Competing With Integrity

Competing With Integrity

Timothy Christian High School had earned a spot in the championship game. The decision of whether or not the soccer team should play in the championship game went to the school board. While the board members were extremely proud of the soccer team, they recognized the spiritual value of maintaining our policy of observing the Sabbath. In a win at all costs society, trophies and titles often define a season or even a player’s worth. For athletes, success on the field often equals perceived success in life.