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Geneva School of Boerne is continually seeking ways to actively involve the parents, siblings, and grandparents of students in the programs and activities of the school.

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Kingdom-Minded Moms

Next week, we launch a new group we are calling Kingdom-Minded Moms.  Every Genevakingdominvite mom (Grammar, Logic and Rhetoric) is invited to the first gathering planned for Thursday, January 29th at the home of Stephanie Bussey (426 Estancia Lane, Boerne).  Activities start at 7:30 pm.

The purpose for this group is to get moms together in order to support one another in the raising of our children.  The gathering will include time for a short talk, discussion and prayer.  The talk and discussion next week will be about brain development in children and young adults and the need to expose young minds to truth.  Melissa Siller, Geneva mom and faculty member at Trinity University and UTSA, will be presenting.  The information we share will pertain to the parenting of students of all ages.

God put on my heart in October the idea of holding gatherings such as this for moms every month or so.  We live in difficult, even dark, times and can easily fall prey to the danger of being worldly in our parenting.  We are especially susceptible to placing any number of things ahead of Jesus Christ in our homes.  When we do so, the results are often tragic for ourselves, our spouses and our children.

If you feel you are already a “kingdom-minded mom,” then please join us.  We need you.  If you are struggling with ordering priorities, please come to be encouraged. If you are curious to find out what a “kingdom-minded mom” is all about, we welcome you as well.

I look forward to what God is going to do in this group.  May He bless our efforts to raise our children to be kingdom-minded.

To God be the glory,

Jessica Gombert, Grammar School Headmaster

Kingdom-Minded Moms

To encourage one another, in His Truth, in the raising of our children to love the Lord Jesus Christ with all their hearts, minds, soul and strength.

 

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