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Children's Sunday school and nursery available at each service. High School and Middle School Sunday school at 9:00am in the Student Center.

Blogs

Mother’s Day Picnic 4.29.2015

Please join us on May 6th and May 7th from 12pm - 1pm for a Mother's Day Picnic. Please bring a lunch for you and your child to share and pick them up from their classroom. We can't wait to spend this time Celebrating YOU!

ELC Book Fair Family Night 4.16.2015

We will be having a book fair during next week! On April 23rd Clifford will be joining us for a special family reading night from 6:30pm -7:30pm. We invite you to come in jammies for a night of snacks and reading! Learn more about this fun event by clicking here.

JrK & Preschool Parent-Teacher Conferences 4.16.2015

Parent teacher conferences for Junior Kindergarten and Preschool will be held during normal school hours on Thursday April 23 and Friday April 24. Sign up sheets will be available in your child’s classroom. There will be no school on these days for Preschool and Junior Kindergarten. Mother’s Day Out Classes will operate as normal.

Parent-Teacher Conferences 4.16.2015

Just a reminder that Parent/Teacher Conferences will be April 23 and April 24 during normal school hours (9:00am - 1:00pm). There will be no regular classes those days. There is a sign up sheet for conferences on the clipboard hanging right outside our classroom.

Spiritual hunger 5.14.2014

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Our vision at PEPC talks about being a spiritually hungry people.  One of the lasting impressions I will leave China is the hunger and the desperation so many of the people live with on a daily basis.  We visited a Buddhist Temple complex yesterday in Changsha and spent about two hours watching, listening, and talking with several folks who had come offer prayers.  They came to burn incense.  They bowed before idols like the ones above.  They were asking for prosperity, wealth, success, children, a future spouse, health, and a host of other needs that every human being can understand.…

“Nothing is at it seems” 5.13.2014

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I     One of the things I am learning in China is that "nothing is what it seems."  Take the Great Wall for example. It has existed for over six hundred years, stretching for hundreds files across the countryside.  Most of the wall is crumbling and broken down and being reclaimed by nature and yet the part tourists go to looks as strong as it did when it was first built.  Such is life in China. Things may look one way but the reality is much, much different. China is rapidly modernizing.  Their cities are expanding.  Subways going in.…

Impacting the Next Generation 5.12.2014

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In Matthew 9:37, Jesus said to his disciples, "The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few."  Nothing sums up the current situation in China better!  Literally, the organization we are with is having conversations all over the country with university officials from many provinces and cities asking, even begging, for more English teachers.  Because of the favor God has given them over the past thirty years with the government and because they do their work with excellence both professionally and personally, doors are opening to impact the next generation of Chinese leaders for Christ. Yesterday, we visited Renmin University…

China 5.11.2014

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[caption id="attachment_3223" align="alignnone" width="225"] Gawanshai Church[/caption] [caption id="attachment_3224" align="alignnone" width="225"] Haidian Church[/caption] Good morning from Beijing!  It pretty early here and I am still recovering from the jet lag and a long day (Sunday) of meetings.  For those who may not know, I was invited on a Vision Trip with some fellow teachers.  We are here with the English Language Institute and are talking about how we can serve the Chinese by recruiting and sending conversational English teachers over to work in the primary and secondary schools as well as the top universities in China.  It truly is incredible work…

Under the Mango Tree 7.8.2013

Little did I know that my journey to the mango tree would start about 3 years ago when I watched footage of the 2010 earthquake in Haiti.  I remember as I watched the devastation immediately thinking, “I wish I could go right now and help”.  However, I had four kids under the age of 13 and it did not seem like the right timing, so I tucked that pang in my heart away and thought to myself, “someday”.  Within the last year, however, it was announced that the high school youth group would be going to an orphanage in Haiti. …

Good morning, PEPC! 5.2.2013

Hey PEPC! I hope your week has gotten off to a great start as you seek to live like Daniel wherever God has placed you!  Our world desperately needs godly leaders and that starts with you and me!  This past week, I spoke to a couple of different folks about how much they are taking away from this series on leadership and I hope that is true for you as well!  This past weekend was also very exciting as PEPC went multi-site!!!  That's right!  One church meeting in two different locations!  Of course, we had our normal services at PEPC. …
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