The Story

Zeeland Christian School is a place where God intervenes in the lives of students and families on a daily basis. We want the Holy Spirit here and his presence is felt. The Story is the place where we share just a few of these experiences.

Car wash raises over $11,000 for sister-school in Philippines

By Lisa Fredricks | May 10, 2018 | 1 Comment

Thank you to all who participated in the 7th-grade car wash! The carwash is a great way for our students to both serve the community and raise money. The goal this year was to raise enough money to pay tuition for a year for four students at Grace Christian School and to help Grace Christian…

New Dir. of Learning Innovation – Karyl Morin

By Peter Jenkins | March 29, 2018 | 0 Comments

EDUCATION INNOVATOR AND PROJECT BASED LEARNING PIONEER JOINS THE TEAM AT ZEELAND CHRISTIAN SCHOOL   March 28, 2018 – Karyl Morin will be joining the team at Zeeland Christian School as the Director of Learning Innovation starting this April. Morin has helped shape the landscape of education in West Michigan over the past decade.   Former…

Shipwrecked – Author, David Drury

By Tim McAboy | March 13, 2018 | 0 Comments

My friend David Drury, who authored the book Being Dad, wrote something this week that has stuck with me. I hope it is insightful and encouraging to you.   “*After the Shipwreck* Lately, I’ve been able to reconnect with a few old friends. They might not want me to call them “old” friends, but my…

Address Your Weariness

By Tim McAboy | March 7, 2018 | 0 Comments

As I was reading through the Blue Note this week, I found myself thinking a few separate times, “Wow. A lot is going on.” I look at my Google calendar and, “Wow, I have a lot going on.” It is easy this time of year to slip in and out of weariness. When we are…

Unified Basketball 2018: #18 Levi

By Tim McAboy | March 1, 2018 | 0 Comments

Last Friday, for the second year in a row, Zeeland Christian and Baldwin Middle School’s Unified Basketball teams played each other. Teams are made up of unified athletes, who are students with varying levels of disabilities and their partners who are students without disabilities. What happens on the court is beautiful, fun and energetic. What…

Rushing to the Broken

By Tim McAboy | February 21, 2018 | 0 Comments

“We are rushing to the broken.” A friend of mine spoke these words as he led students in chapel at a school I was leading. His message was inspiring, but my thought was, “No, we’re not.” My school was (and is) wonderful, but we didn’t rush towards the broken. I found myself often giving reasons…

This is the ZCS Story.

By Tim McAboy | December 13, 2017 | 0 Comments

ZCS Family, Often in these early months of getting to know our school community, I will step back and pause as something strikes me and think, “This is the story of ZCS.” All year, but especially during this season, I’m often stopped in my tracks as I witness God working through and in us. This…

Love Rescued Me

By Tim McAboy | November 29, 2017 | 0 Comments

Love Rescued Me. On December 2, 2003, Love rescued me when my daughter Lily was carried off the elevator in a hotel conference room in China and into our waiting arms, making me “Daddy.”  Looking back on that day, I didn’t know I needed to be rescued. To be honest, I thought I was doing…

An “urge”, 3 “words”, and Miss Ady.

By Peter Jenkins | November 22, 2017 | 4 Comments

The First Perspective: by Sherrie Stuursma, ZCS Inclusion Teacher One day 7 years ago I was leaving school and I felt an incredible “urge” to take a different way home. I felt the urge to go thru downtown Zeeland. As I drove downtown I saw some beautiful butterflies in the window of a store. I…

What Are You Waiting For?

By Tim McAboy | November 15, 2017 | 0 Comments

Recently on a morning run that turned into more of a walk, I found myself walking around the outside of our school. I said aloud, “Who should I pray for, Lord?” Very clearly He said, “Pray for those who are waiting.” I prayed for families waiting for medical treatments to bring results, wayward family members…

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