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As a Christ-centered academic community, our first focus is not on ourselves but on Christ and others. This page is dedicated to stories of how Eastbrook Academy impacts the community through service and relationships.
COMMUNITY - City, Church and School in One Location
Flexibility, adaptability and sharing are hallmarks of growing relationships. On Friday, December 10th, 2010 school, church and city shared every corner of the campus. Approximately 1000 women and children (and men), were blessed to hear well known speaker and author Jill Briscoe share a message about holding on to the Word of God (John 1:1). With 400 EBA children and faculty coming and going, 80 dozen cookies, gallons of coffee and punch, worship music and a string quartet, there was a lot of flexing and adapting to do!
Sharing space is not unusual:Eastbrook Academy is blessed by Eastbrook church which owns the facilities and generously shares the buildings with the school. Through this sharing, students and faculty learn they are not in this world for themselves but to serve others. This was illustrated on December 10th when faculty adjusted the school schedule and high school students gladly directed parking, cared for infants and children, served refreshments and helped clean up. The result of the community coming together was energizing. In addition to relationships growing through this event, the most important relationship began for some, “Many women told Jill that they had given their hearts to Christ,” remarked Libby Jansson, event coordinator, adding, “God…will not forget your work and the love you have shown Him as you have helped His people…” Christ-centeredness was evident in every corner of the shared campus that morning!
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If you have a story of how the Eastbrook Academy community has positively impacted your life or how the community has made a positive difference in the school’s life, send your information via email text, .pdf file or MS Word document with a .jpg photo to Carolyn Muckelberg email@example.com. Be sure to include your name, address, phone and e-mail contact in the event follow-up is required.
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Do you have a story of how eba impacts our community?
We want to hear from you! Contact:
Director of Development
Mrs. Carolyn Muckelberg
(414) 228-7905 ext. 376
“So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you, for this sums up the Law and the Prophets."
Matthew 7:12 NIV