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April 2014 News

Watermelon at DDCS Week of Worship

  • Written by  Elissa Dowling
DDCS students enjoy the Week of Worship with Wally the Watermelon Photo: Provided

Wally the Watermelon was one of the “big fruits” who encouraged Darling Downs Christian School students during their recent Week of Worship.

An annual event for the school, this year’s Week of Worship featured Endless Praise, a gospel music group which travels around Australia sharing their love for God through music and story in schools, churches and in concert.

Talking about “The Big Fruit of the Spirit” in the primary school, Endless Praise also challenged secondary students with “The Big Dream” – asking them to consider what God’s dream was for their life.

DDCS chaplain, Kate Wolverton, said the Week of Worship allowed students to completely focus on their relationship with God and was an important part of the school year.

“We see God do amazing things in the lives of our kids during this time,” she said.

“Across the school, we had over 150 kids commit or dedicate their lives to Christ – some for the first time. We now have 25 children in regular Bible studies at school.”

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