For the Discovery Denver team, this spring’s lessons on loving your neighbor were both meaningful and impactful. The group’s five-day experience working with City Service Missions faced encounters with homelessness, cultural diversity and general urban problems. By leaning into their experience, the Valor students had their hearts moved as they walked in the shoes of […]
Isaac Watts once said, “In matters of equity between man and man, our Savior has taught us to put my neighbor in place of myself and myself in place of my neighbor.” This past spring, a small group of Valor Christian students and leaders set out to do just that. After traveling a mere 16 […]
A lot of people ask me, “What do you like better, baseball or football?” This question is much easier for me to answer now than it was when I was younger. The simple response for me is, “Whatever season I am playing in!” Before the age of 12, I played hockey, basketball, soccer, lacrosse, and […]
The Valor Boys and Girls XC Teams had another fantastic week of racing at the Rock Canyon XC Invitational on Saturday morning. Valor was the only non-5A school toeing the starting line that day, so they knew in advance they had their work cut out for them. Continuing out of the team’s theme “Build Upon The Rock” […]
Brent Glossinger Insignificant – Significant
Recruiting Column: Interview with Adam Dorrel, Northwest Missouri State Football By Ross Hawley, Playced June 24, 2016 2.1K SHARES SHARE TWEET EMAIL USA TODAY High School Sports has a weekly column on the recruiting process. This isn’t about where just the top five-star athletes are headed but rather a guide to the process and the […]
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Year 1 (2015-16) Volume #26 Our Chaplain’s Corner this week is written by Christa Tesone. Christa serves our athletic department graciously with joy and prayer! Thank you Christa for your words this week! “The entrance of thy words gives light; it gives understanding unto the simple.” – Psalm 119: 130 Have you ever thought of […]