This half term we are focusing on the Christian Value of Wisdom. Christians believe that true wisdom comes from God. As a believer grows in faith so wisdom will increase. In the Bible wisdom is seen both as a gift from God and a characteristic of God. In his parables Jesus taught that placing trust in God and recognising what is of value in life brings fulfilment.
Are there any words of wisdom you could share?
This half term we are exploring the value of thankfulness. Christians believe that God loves and cares for them in many different ways in all aspects of their life. They know that their response to this provision should be one of thankfulness and praise.
What are you thankful for?
This half term we are exploring the value of Service. Words relating to and ‘service’ are central in Christian theology. Some of the most important prophecies in Isaiah speak of the coming of the ‘Servant of the Lord’. That is why Jesus said that he ‘came not to be served, but to serve, and to give his life for many’.
How can we serve others?
A big thank you to Becca for our wonderful assembly this morning exploring how we can be the most incredible version of us!
'Let your light shine before others' (Matthew 5:16).
How can you be incredible?
This half term we are exploring the value of Friendship. Friendship is an undisputed value in our society, with children often spending more time with their friends than with family. It is a key concept in the Christian framework. Perfume and oils make you happy. And good advice from a friend is sweet (Proverbs 27:9).
What makes a good friend?