Chaplaincy

Year 2 (2016-17) Volume #3

This week’s Chaplain’s Corner was written by our Boy’s Tennis Chaplain David Ziegler! Thank you so much for your words this week and we are so happy that you are in our Valor community! A number of years ago, I fell into the middle of the Roaring Fork of the Colorado during a fishing trip…. [more]

Year 2 (2016-17) Volume #2

This week’s Chaplain’s Corner was written by Mark Vaughan, our Wrestling team chaplain! Thank you for sharing and serving our student-athletes! So teach us to number our days, That we may get us a heart of wisdom – Psalm 90:12 (ASV) Time – We only have so much of it. Opportunities may pass us by,… [more]

Chaplain’s Corner Year 2 Vol. 1

Chaplain’s Corner We are honored and humbled with the privilege of bringing to our excellent coaching staff and Athletic department our second year of our Chaplains Corner. The format of the Chaplains Corner will be brief thoughts to spur us on in this high calling of impacting our student/athletes to be able to transform the… [more]

Chaplaincy Corner – Vol. 35

Year 1 (2015-16) Volume #35 Our Chaplain’s Corner this week is from our Athletic Director Jamie Heiner.  We are so grateful for your leadership and care for our staff and coaches.  We will return next school year with our Year #2 of the Chaplain’s Corner! I recently watched the movie, The Book of Eli.  If… [more]

Chaplaincy Corner – Vol. 33

Year 1 (2015-16) Volume #33 Our Chaplain’s Corner this week is written by Greg Coplen, Head Cross Country Coach and our Track Chaplain.  Thank you so much Coach for all you do for the students and athletes at Valor! I saw an interesting sight while out running one morning when we lived in San Antonio,… [more]

Chaplaincy Corner – Vol. 32

Year 1 (2015-16) Volume #32 Our Chaplain’s Corner this week is written by Brian Shultz, Head Boy’s and Girl’s Soccer Coach and Senior Seminar Faculty.  Thank you so much Coach Shultz for all you do for the students and athletes at Valor! Valor is so grateful for your lives shared and lived out openly in… [more]