Letter to Students
August 30, 2012
The summer has ended, and it is again time to exercise your brain. Going back to school can be scary to some and exciting to others, but you are not alone. Kids all over the United States are experiencing the same thing. Regardless of how you feel about going back to school, hard work will reward you with success.
Proverbs 4:7 suggests that with everything we should strive to get an understanding. This idea is vital to the learning experience. Always remember, things that are hard for you to understand are not impossible for you to understand. Things are only difficult when we don’t understand them. The ultimate reward for hard work and never giving up is a good understanding. This is true for any subject.
We at Greater New Hope are praying that you will have a good year. We are praying for your parents that they will be able to assist you with your homework and provide the support you need to be a good student. We are praying for your teachers that they will be kind and understanding. We are praying for your classmates that they will be friendly and treat you with respect. We are also praying that God will show us how to do our part in ensuring your success.
Love and Faith,
Rev. Dr. C. L. Stubblefield