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Fall classes start September 9th. Get ready for another amazing year of Dance!

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"... And whoever welcomes one such child in my name welcomes me." Matthew 18:3

Thank you to all who joined me last night for worship class.
More classes to come...
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Tonight from 7-8pm (Pacific Time zone), join me LIVE for a time of worship through dance.

Song: “Communion” by Maverick City Music.

*no copyright intended.
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Tonight from 7-8pm (Pacific Time zone), join me LIVE for a time of worship through dance.

Song: “Communion” by Maverick City Music. 

*no copyright intended.

Good morning JCSD Dance Families,

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Most dance classes resume this week via Zoom at the normally scheduled times.

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Look for the email from your dance teacher!

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Thanks,

Amy
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Good morning JCSD Dance Families,

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Most dance classes resume this week via Zoom at the normally scheduled times. 

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Look for the email from your dance teacher!  

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Thanks, 

Amy

 

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 Love always hopes. In our world today, we hope for a lot of things. As one little dancer recently said to her mama, “I hope the coronavirus goes away, so I can go back to dance.” Older sister said, “I hope I can see my friends again.” Parents hope their kids can go back to school, they hope they can return to their jobs, they hope they can pay the rent this month, they hope their loved ones won’t get sick, and the list goes on without end. Yes, we hope for much, but in this world today, the fulfillment of our hopes seems bleak. While hope is defined as “a feeling of expectation and desire for a certain thing to happen,” we see a problem with hope in a world scarred by pain and suffering. We hear things like, “There’s no end in sight,” or “I don’t have any hope.” And that’s because our hope is often misplaced. In our April verse, we learn that “love always hopes” (I Corinthians 13:7). The original Greek word for hope here is elpizó, which means to actively wait for what God has in love promised us. As we learned earlier in the year with our dancers, God is the very definition of love (I John 4:8) and the One in whom we can place our full hope, trust, and confidence. Anytime we set our hope on man or the things of this world, we will be disappointed, but our hope set on a perfect God will bring a sense of peace and calm. In Psalm 131, the psalmist David challenges the nation of Israel to set its hope on the eternal Lord. He tells the people that this hope brings a calm and quieted soul “like a weaned child with its mother.” In this time of challenge, may we set our hope on the One who will never disappoint us, on the One who is always with us. Here are some of God’s promises to meditate upon this month: Genesis 28:15 Exodus 33:14 Deuteronomy 31:7-8 and Joshua 1:9 Psalm 91 Isaiah 43:1-7 Zephaniah 3:17 John 14:27 Philippians 4:1-9 — Jaime Sherman JCSD Communications Director  Dear JCSD Families, With schools closing until at least the end of March to combat the spread of COVID-19, all classes at JC School of Dance are canceled beginning Monday, March 16. We will continue to monitor state and local mandates and recommendations to determine when we can safely return to the studio. We love each and every one of you. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us with any questions or concerns as we navigate these uncharted waters together. *We are keeping today's scheduled classes as our last day of classes. Tomorrow's Apprentice Choreography Rehearsal has been canceled. Much love, Amy Baker & the JCSD Staff  The original Greek in which Paul wrote this book reads, “Panta stegei, panta piesteuei, panta elpizei, panta hypomenei,” which roughly translates into English as “All things it bears, all things believes, all things hopes, all things endures.” The Greek word "piesteuei" comes from "pisteuo", meaning to believe, entrust or be under persuasion. It shows a love that believes the best in a person. Love calls each of us to view another person as “innocent until proven guilty.” It’s an enduring, long-suffering love, but not a fragile one. The kind of love that puts a protective roof over our heads, a love that hopes for the very best. Love is not permissive or enabling, it doesn’t tolerate sin, abuse or injustice because Jesus couldn’t do any of these things. Our hope is that this is just the beginning of the discussion we will have as teachers and with our dancers as we seek to understand — and to live out — the love that Jesus so perfectly displayed for us. -written by our Communications Director, Jaime Sherman  Just a reminder! This is also a great day to make up any missed class time from being sick or out of town by dropping in on another class! You are welcome to drop in on any style in your current level. (Make sure to let the instructor know you are doing a make-up class.) Try something new! 🤩 . . . #presidentsday #jcschoolofdance #junctioncity #dance #studio #studioschedule #nationalholiday
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