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  • Writer's pictureBob Koehne

August 16, 2019

Updated: Aug 27, 2019

As we start a new school year I think of the many sunrises I saw over the summer. I love to get out and hike in the Phoenix mountains, and really the only time to do that during the summer is as the sun is coming up. To be at the top of a mountain as the sun rises in the distance is just a beautiful sight. The different shades of orange, blue and purple that often shine through can be breathtaking.

Our theme verse for this year, Psalm 143:8, begins with the words, “Let the morning bring me word of your unfailing love.” As I stand on top of a mountain and see the way God paints a masterpiece in the sky I have no choice but to think of his unfailing love. This verse reminds us that every morning we can be reassured of the fact that He loves us and this love will never fail.

So whether you have the chance to stand on a mountain, are inside getting ready for work or school, or maybe driving with the sun right in your eyes, I encourage you this year to think of God’s unfailing love each morning. With this in our hearts and on our minds we can move on to share this love with others each and every day.

Mr. Robert Koehne Executive Director

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