Hillcrest E-Connect 4/15/17

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Overnight Ride Creates Camaraderie

I wish I could post for you a photo collage of the various sleeping positions that were employed over the next 12 hours on the bus. Every square inch of the floor and aisle were covered with prone bodies. Slumberers slouched against the windows, the arm rests, one another. Stockinged feet laced across the seats and above those sleeping on the floor forming an almost impenetrable web of gangly limbs. How do I know this you ask? Blame a 3 AM stop wherein I consumed a 20 ounce cup of coffee and felt the impending results long before any promise of a relief stop. READ MORE HERE>>

Campus News

Tour Blessing Blesses

Hillcrest President Joel Egge shared a poignant story of his experience as a pastor receiving a Hillcrest Choir Tour decades ago. The conversion story for some of his neighbors was sparked by a group of girls hosted in their home. Hear the full blessing and read a short blog post as the Choir left town Thursday. LISTEN TO THE BLESSING>>
Principal's Desk

Visit Day Reflections

A group of smiling, bright-eyed 6th graders lit up our campus today as prospective J-Hi students for next fall. They began in the science lab observing 7th graders present a report about arthropods and habitats. Next, in chapel, they explored ways we can know about God: Through his divine Word, Special Revelation, and through General Revelation--learning about God through the world he’s created. READ THE FULL STORY>>
Alumni News

Power of Easter

To the Colossians (2:20, 3:1), Paul wrote “Since you died with Christ…” and “Since you have been raised with Christ…” Since we died with Christ, the messages and expectations of natural philosophies (worldviews) have nothing for us. They lack power for changing our lives and they offer no eternal hope. READ THE FULL ARTICLE>>

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