School Celebrates Bible Week
It's nearly the end of the school year. Yet, there is no reason for slowing down. There are so many things to be done and goals to be accomplished. This is really true for all Trinitarians.
Right after the institutional accreditation, Trinitarians celebrated the Bible week last January 25 to 29 2016 which is also the National Bible Week as supported by Proclamation No. 44 issued by President Corazon C. Aquino in 1986.
Trinitarians believe in the importance of reading and studying the Bible in moulding the spiritual, moral and social fibre of our society. The Bible is God's word to us. It is literally "God-breathed" (2 Timothy 3:16).
The thrust of the Bible week is for every Trinitarian to have a real relationship with God. When we have a real relationship with Him, life gets exciting because He stirs up a passion inside us to love people -and we don't have to struggle to do the things He calls us to do. It just happens naturally.
Having a personal relationship with God means we should include God in our daily lives. We should pray to Him, read His word, and meditate on verses in an effort to get to know Him better. We should pray for wisdom (James 1:5), which is the most valuable asset we could ever have. We should take our requests to Him, asking in Jesus' name (John 15:16). Jesus is the one who loves us enough to give His life for us (Romans 5:8), and He is the one who bridged the gap between us and God.
The preschool and elementary pupils celebrated the week with worship services and inspirational talks. They culminated the week with an outreach program to their adopted community and school.
Meanwhile the high school group held their retreat outside the school; the grade 7 went to CICM Talisay; the grade 8 to Forest Park in Taculing while the grade 9 went to Green Pasture in Murcia.