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Kwagala donations make a difference in Ugandan boys’ lives

Did you know that Redeemer students raise more than half of all the support for the Kwagala boys’ home in Uganda? Kwagala started small and continues to rely largely on friends and family and the generous support of the Redeemer community. How did it start? It came about when Redeemer…

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4 ways students serve their community

Redeemer encourages students to develop new skills and explore their interests while serving others--an important component of living out their faith and education. Redeemer students find fun, fruitful and fulfilling ways to serve their community. Some ideas are driven by Student Council, like our annual fall food drive for the Ottawa…

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‘Plug into God’ instead of our devices

Students explore topics of Media and Discernment and are challenged to unplug from their devices “Search me, God, and know my heart; test me and know my anxious thoughts. See if there is any offensive way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting.” (Psalm 139:23-24) Will Redeemer students grow spiritually this year? How can we…

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Christian character development–a teacher’s perspective

Does Christian education make a tangible difference in the lives of its graduates? Having taught at Redeemer for nearly a decade, I can say with honesty that the results of Christian education are as varied as the personalities of our students. However, there is no denying that in the heart…

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