Growing in Grace – People of the Book

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Only be strong and very courageous, being careful to do according to all the law that Moses my servant commanded you. Do not turn from it to the right hand or to the left, that you may have good success wherever you go. This Book of the Law shall not depart from your mouth, but you shall meditate on it … Read More

Growing in Grace – All Came to Pass

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“Not one word of all the good promises that the Lord had made to the house of Israel had failed; all came to pass.” ~ Joshua 21:45  Spoiler alert!  The book of Joshua, that we’re examining through this devotional series, ends with this simple statement: not one word of God’s promises failed.  ALL CAME TO PASS!   What an incredible reminder to … Read More

Growing in Grace – Have I Not Commanded You?

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Editorial Note: I’m excited to launch a regular devotional blog with this post.  The title of the blog comes from 2 Peter 3:18: “But grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.”  My humble hope and prayer is that what I share here may help others in that endeavor.  My plan is to begin by … Read More

Reopening Update & SCS21

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Stillwater Community, Greetings!  Now three weeks into the school year, I write today with an update on our status, some reminders, and to share our updated Strategic Plan with you.  First, what a joy it was to welcome our students back on September 9.  I’ve been so encouraged by how much my own children are enjoying being back in school, … Read More

Head of School Update 9.30.20

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Stillwater Community, Greetings!  Now three weeks into the school year, I write today with an update on our status, some reminders, and to share our updated Strategic Plan with you.  First, what a joy it was to welcome our students back on September 9.  I’ve been so encouraged by how much my own children are enjoying being back in school, … Read More

Head of School Reopening Update – 8.01.20

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Grace and Peace!  I hope this message finds your family well and enjoying this beautiful time of year in Montana.  We have been working hard at Stillwater this summer and are looking forward to having everyone back on campus on September 9!  I want to give a special welcome to our new parents and students–we are delighted to have you … Read More

Volleyball State Champs

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As we look back on this volleyball season, so many special and memorable moments come to mind.  Our team bond this year was like no other.  Our teammates truly became our sisters. We won together, we lost together, we conditioned together, we laughed together, and we even cried together on multiple occasions. Yet through it all, we worked hard and … Read More

Soccer State Champs

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Failure is simply an opportunity to begin again,this time more intelligently.  –Henry Ford Failures marked the beginning of the men’s 2019 soccer season.  We failed to play consistently.  We failed to win winnable games.  We failed to compete the way that Stillwater teams normally compete.  By mid-season, coaches and players were discouraged.  A dramatic turn-around began on our annual trip … Read More

Dominic’s Shot

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The Men’s Varsity Basketball team had been preparing for this game all season long. Entering the Semi-final matchup on Friday night at the State Tournament, Billings Christian was undefeated the entire regular season. Most viewers thought Billings Christian was going to run away with the victory; however, the Cougars held their own the entire game. Billings Christian jumped out to … Read More

“Historic Victory” in Espinoza

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Earlier today, the Supreme Court of the United States announced its decision in Espinoza v. Department of Revenue, a case that originated with three courageous Stillwater parents in 2015.  In a 5-4 decision, written by Chief Justice John Roberts, the Court ruled that states may not discriminate against parents who wish to send their children to religious schools like Stillwater … Read More