From the category archives: Missions

Our students are encouraged to participate in missions which help build inner and external strength and build young people's courage.

Prepared To Serve

The reason I became a teacher and the kind of teacher I am today can be traced back to my years at MGCS.  My teachers gave me a great professional example to follow: invest personally in a child's success. They also gave me a strong spiritual example to follow by showing me what it looked like to follow Christ.  

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Missonary Lisa L. Shares Her MGCS Story

Do you ever wonder what one of the biggest challenges is for missionaries? For us, and many others, it is providing our children with the education they need.  Often missionaries live in places without access to a quality education. This makes it difficult to remain in some of the least reached places in the world. 

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Sharing Our One True Hope: Jesus Christ

Investments in the MGCS Annual Fund provide services, equipment, and programs that sustain our mission to educate students within a biblical framework.   Once rooted in truth, our students can go out equipped to share the gospel and to serve others.   Over the summer, MGCS fifth grader, Hope Heinrichs, traveled to Bucharest on a mission trip to work with Anchor of Hope Romania. Read about her trip!

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Teachers On A Mission

For the last few years, Myrtle Grove Christian School has joyfully welcomed Alia, Makayla and Natalie into our school community whenever their family is on furlough from their outreach mission in the Middle East. Their parents, Lance and Lisa, primarily work in the Muslim community spreading the Gospel of Jesus.  In January 2015, they will be returning to the US for a six-month furlough. This family has graciously offered to return our hospitality by hosting two of our teachers in their home overseas this fall.  This visit will help broaden the teachers’ view - and by extension, Myrtle Grove Christian School’s view - of God’s work among unreached people groups.  In October, Ashley Raye (3rd grade teacher) and Jennifer Reese (5th grade teacher) will travel to the Middle East for approximately two weeks. While there, they'll get a taste of missionary life in a different country and work with underprivileged youth. While visiting this region rich with Biblical history, they'll share their experien ...

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