It doesn’t take much to make a difference! (by Becky Thurman)

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Everyone is busy. You included. Me included. But I hope that you will take just a moment to read this short story. I hope will touch your heart as it did mine. We were slammed at the School of the Arts this morning. There were 71 students to be exact, and five teachers per session. You can do the math, but it works out to around 14 students per teacher. Fourteen students in classes that […]

Multilingual Worship Song: Baba Al Fi Sama [Arabic Juba, Ki-Swahili, English]

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A band from our Proskuneo School of the Arts (a mix of teachers and students from Sudan, Syria, Burma, USA, and Democratic Republic of Congo) led worship recently at the Sudanese church here in Clarkston. I originally learned this song from this church, a couple years ago, and it has become one of my favorites to teach cross-culturally. In this video, I am especially proud of our piano player. Raheal is Sudanese, and has been […]

Multicultural Worship Song: Inta Sid Al Kon [Arabic Juba, English]

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A band from our┬áProskuneo School of the Arts (a mix of teachers and students from Sudan, Syria, Burma, USA, and Democratic Republic of Congo) led worship recently at the Sudanese church here in Clarkston. I originally learned this song from a Sudanese worship leader I call my twin brother, and every time I sing it, I think of him. In this video, I am especially proud of our piano player. Raheal is Sudanese, and has […]