Archive for the ‘Spiritual Fitness’ Category

Students Enjoy Beach and Dunes at Kohler-Andrae State Park

This last Sabbath afternoon we enjoyed the beach and dunes of Kohler-Andrae State Park near Sheboygan.

It was a beautiful day – warm enough to enjoy chasing waves on the narrow Lake Michigan beach. After a hike down the beach and back over the dunes, we had a picnic supper and Hallowed Moments led by Pastor Fetrick. We won’t soon forget his story about catching crocodiles in Africa.

We are very thankful for beautiful places in Wisconsin like this where we can enjoy God’s creation and be reminded of His incredible power.

View more pictures of our outing on Facebook.

Students Attend Bible Studies on Wednesday Nights

In many churches, Wednesday night prayer meetings are not well attended. If students carry on the habits they’re learning at WA, expect that to change!

A group of students have been meeting each Wednesday night for nearly two years now to study the Bible and pray together. This last week, 24 students gathered in the principal’s office to pray and study. Studies usually last about 30 minutes. This year, we’ve been finding Bible answers to student questions on marriage and relationships. It’s been wonderful to watch God work!

God is active and alive at Wisconsin Academy. Please continue to pray that the Holy Spirit will breathe His life into our humble efforts. Pray especially that He will work miracles in the lives of these students who are reaching out to Jesus.

Gibraltar, Merrimac, & Back

This past Sabbath afternoon, the entire school body hiked to the overlook at Gibraltar Rock State Natural Area near Lodi. The weather was fine and we could see quite a distance over the rolling green farmland.

After hiking back down, we visited the nearby Merrimac ferry and rode over the Wisconsin River and back as walk-on passengers.

During the temporary delay caused by the bus breaking down, we enjoyed the park and watched a beautiful sunset close a great Sabbath afternoon together.

For more pictures of our trip, visit our Facebook page here.