School Fair a Beehive of Activity

School Fair a Beehive of Activity

As students, staff, parents, and faculty buzz beside, between, and around 18 booths each year, they ask ministry and activity questions then register for the action.

Thespians discuss the Spring play, while scientists gear-up for Robotics Club. Some teens seek organizational experience in Student Council and Model United Nations. Many students and their friends decide to minister with Saturday Night Tourist Evangelism in markets. Others want twice-a-month playtime at House of Love for HIV orphans and at Agape Children’s Home.

Secondary Book Club members voice opinions on the next volume to discuss. Dong Gai Kids’ Bible Club information table and Friday night high school men’s Jeremiah Discipleship booths are always busy.

GIS’s ubiquitous athletic teams and Rec Leagues have coaches jockeying for swimmers; track and fielders; volleyball, soccer, basketball, futsal, and Ultimate Frisbee players.

Numerous adults want to mentor senior boys and girls in the Timothy Project, where older students lead younger Bible Study groups each week.

Parents get involved too, discussing when to teach English in local Thai schools. Many adults, as members of Parents Aligned With Sports (PAWS) booster club, enjoy flipp’n burgers and selling hotdogs, pizza, salads, and drinks at sports tournaments.

When Grace Tiger students are not in classes or completing homework each academic year, they are busy impacting their community with helpful projects!