Things God has taught me through having Cancer . . .

Most of you are aware that I have been diagnosed with breast cancer and have been receiving treatments. God has been teaching me many things through this experience.
First, I have learned that God wants me to seek Him and let Him take care of me. I don’t just have a relationship with God, but I have learned to truly “seek” Him. To desire to build a more intimate relationship. Often times it takes a “desert” experience to bring about a true communion with God and a surrendering.
Second, I need to slow down. Instead of plowing ahead, I need to wait and listen, so that God can direct me and help me create priorities. I have learned that it is okay to leave things undone and that things do not always have to be “perfect”. God does not need me to perform for Him, he just want me to love Him and be obedient.
Third, I have learned to speak up. My husband and I have grown even closer and I have learned that I should not take him for granted. It is important that I express my thanks and tell others how important they are to me and that I love them.
Lastly, I have learned that it is not about ME! God is Good—All the Time! No matter how I feel or how bad the outlook may seem—God does not change. My perspective has changed; I try not to look inward but look upward. I need to keep my eyes on my LORD.
I have learned to trust God for my daily needs. I have learned that sometimes I have to slow down and let others care for me; but I have also learned that I need to look to see how God wants me to minister to others. I cannot be so consumed by my own problems that I don’t lift my head to see what others need too.

Radiation Treatments Begin

I have received many messages from you and am so encouraged.  The faithful prayers of God’s people are such a blessing.  This past week I went through a couple doctor’s visit to get all set-up to begin my treatments.  Friday I had my first treatment, and things went well.

They do not expect that I will notice the side-effects for several weeks; but keep praying that the effects of the radiation will be minimal.  They are expecting an irritation to the skin (much like a bad sunburn) and fatigue (I will feel really tired).  These shouldn’t be too bad, but when you are really tired it seems that emotions can get the best of you.  I am a little more emotional (I cry more) than usual, which is to be expected and the mood swings are a side-effect of the medication I am taking.  But God is still good and your prayers are felt.  I know that God’s people are lifting me up and God is holding me in His arms safe and secure.  Isn’t that a wonderful picture.

I was very encouraged at church this morning, the pastor was preaching on I Peter 5: 13.  These couple verses really struck me–6 & 7 “Humble yourselves, therefore, under God’s mighty hand, that he may lift you up in due time. Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you.”
God gives us several commands, Humble yourselves under God’s mighty hand.  When I submit myself to God and his plan, when I don’t fight and don’t feel sorry for myself, I am humbling myself to God.  And when I do this he then says in due time he will lift me up.  I am learning to trust God.  I know he is mighty and I must trust him to fulfill what he has promised to me.

Also he commands us to cast all our anxiety on him.  That is a big one, I know every one of you has anxiety and God is asking you to throw it onto Him!  Imagine you are stuffing all your anxiety and worries into a backpack; then you walk to the cross of Jesus and throw it at the feet of Jesus.  That is powerful!  That is what Jesus did for us, our burdens are light because of what Jesus has done for us.  Please do not continue to carry you burdens, cast them to him.

Lastly we are encouraged to stay alert because the devil is prowling around like a lion looking for someone to devour.  It really struck me that the devil is not looking to make our live difficult he is looking to devour us!  He is sneaky and prowls around.  So put on the armor of God and be prepared. Don’t leave yourself unprotected!  Your helmet of salvation, breastplate of righteousness, belt of truth, feed shod with the gospel, shield of faith and the sword of the spirit.

This week I would challenge you to start each day by putting on your armor.  Don’t go unprotected the devil is seeking to devour.  Also, believe that what God says is true.  He loves you and cares for you!  You are NOT in this alone!

Cancer Diagnosis

I decided I would share with you a personal item that I have been dealing with.  In November I was diagnosed with breast cancer.  I had surgery over our Christmas break to remove the lump.  I am healed up now and ready to begin further treatments next week.

My case was caught very early and therefore I have a very good prognosis.  I have a non-aggressive form of cancer and it has not spread.  This is very good news!  I will undergo approximately 3 weeks of radiation treatments and will be taking a pill for 5 years.  Both treatments work to prevent any reoccurance of the cancer.

My mother also had breast cancer and beat it; however, my mother has since passed away which has made this process for me difficult and quite emotional.  I would ask that you pray for me and my family as we continue through the process.

I wanted to tell you this for several reasons.  I want you to understand why I may seem unavailable sometimes when you are expecting me to be online.  I have had several doctors appointments and planning sessions for my treatments.  Once I get all the planning settled, my schedule should not be disrupted so much.  I apologize for any inconvience to you.

But more importantly I want you to know that although I am going through this trial, God is still Good!  God has a plan for my life, and I know that it is a Good plan, a plan meant to prosper me and not harm me.  Although we go through struggles and hard times–God is always there.  He is Faithful–He will NEVER fail you!  Know that and believe it.  Keep telling yourself that God is Good–All the time!

We live in a wicked world where Satan seeks to tear us down, but God can help us be victorious over all this.  Trust in Him–Rest in Him!   I hope this is encouraging to you.  If you ever need to talk, please don’t hesitate to contact me.  I know what it means to hurt, to be afraid, to be scared, and I know what it feels like to have God wrap His arms of love around me.

God’s people help by lifting us up in Prayer; so if you have a prayer request please share in on the Message Board in Eagle Hall and we will be praying with you and lifting you up.

Schooling Online–How Effective Can it Be?

I am the principal of an online Christian School. I also have taught on this school for the past 15 years and this is probably the questions I get asked the most. How effective can you be when teaching online? I would have to say that the most questions have come from other teachers. Some teachers are great at the classroom dynamics and they love the interaction with the students. My husband is one of those. He just thinks teaching online restricts him from being effective. I take a little bit different view though. I love the technology and that is where our world is headed. I think the technology can be a great advantage and give opportunities that are not otherwise available. I also have developed the skill of being able to communicate through the written word. It is much harder for some to get the thoughts down in words, but it is a great skill to develop. I have found over the years that I truly get to know my student better online than I sometimes did in the classroom. What! I can hear you now, but it is true. Just consider that in a classroom you have 15-20 students at one time for an hour. Your job is to teach them during that time. Your focus is really on the teaching and you don’t get a lot of time outside of that realm with each student. You grade their work and get some contact with them, but it is limited. Some students you will really connect with and develop strong relationships and understandings, but not the majority of the students in your classes. You have many students throughout the day and a relationship with each one is not possible in the time you have.

Teaching online is a little different because you contact each student on a more individual basis. You can see how they respond to different assignments and how they respond to your instructions and comments. You learn so much more about a student when you can concentrate on them one at a time. Over time, you are amazed at how well you have gotten to understand what motivates them. There is also a closer communication with the parents. Through the parents you also get to know the students in a deeper way. Our graduation is the time that this shines the most. We have an onsite graduation where the teachers and parents share about the student. Parents are always amazed at how well the teachers know and understand the students although this is the first time they have met.

The other thing that helps is that the students are not comparing themselves to the other students around them. I have noticed that students are able to be “themselves” easier when in an online program. They don’t feel the same peer pressure and are concentrated on the assignment to please the teacher not worried about what others think. It is great to “free” student to learn. I would appreciate any comments you might have, or questions. Are there any other online educators out there that have some input. How about some homeschooling parents. Have you ever considered the help of online schooling for your kids once they are in Middle School and High School? Is this an option to give students the best of both worlds–at home and still receiving the best education possible.


A Quality Education with a Personal Touch

  1. Discipleship — Our goal is to mentor students and encourage them to develop a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ through a model of professionalism and personal commitment to Christian values.
  2. Quality Education — Our goal is to provide a comprehensive curriculum that engages a wide-range of learning opportunities, outside the standard classroom, equips students to evaluate ideas from a Christian perspective, and enables students to reach their future educational goals.
  3. Partnership — Our goal is to partner with parents in assessing individual academic strengths and weaknesses, and to provide tools for skill development.
  4. Availability — Our goal is to provide a distance-education program which allows students anywhere in the world access to a quality, Christ-centered education that fits into their schedule. Our program offers the flexibility to schedule school time around ministry, work, vacations and special health needs.

Our administrators and teachers are dedicated to providing a Godly atmosphere where students grow spiritually and academically. Discipleship is the most important aspect of our ministry. We are all His children and we each need the strength and support of other brothers and sisters in the Lord. The Eagle family (parents, students, administrators, and teachers) provide that strength and support for each other.

We are an online school that follows a standard school calendar with 15-16 week semesters.  Our classes are taught through an online portal where curriculum and due dates are listed for student assignments.  We offer class discussions and individual message centers for each class which allows students and teachers to have direct interaction through Skype.

Teachers prepare their lessons using a variety of media (websites, audio, video, presentations, etc). Some classes also require the purchase of textbooks or other supplementary material. Teachers will work with students to ensure understanding of the information presented. Each teacher holds daily office hours on Skype to allow students to contact teachers through a live chat format for extra assistance.  Class grade books are online and may be viewed by parents through their account.

Parents are an integral part of our program.  Teachers work closely with the parents apprising them of their student’s progress. Students will be asked to plan their week around assignment deadlines.  They will learn to manage their time wisely and work efficiently.  Students will be able to concentrate on what must be done and have more time for non-school activities that are important to them.

A Thanksgiving Poem

Most of All

Thanksgiving Day brings to mind the blessings in our lives

that usually go unnoticed:

a home that surrounds us

with comfort and protection; delicious food, for pleasure in both eating and sharing; clothes to snuggle up in,

books and good entertainment to expand our minds;

and freedom to worship our God. Most of all we are thankful for our family and friends, those treasured people

who make our lives extra special.

You are part of that cherished group.

On Thanksgiving, (and every day) we appreciate you.

Happy Thanksgiving!

By Joanna Fuchs

Fall Recipes

Cheddar Ham Chowder:
2 cups water
2 cups cubed potatoes…
½ cup sliced carrots
½ cup sliced celery
¼ cup chopped onion
1 teaspoon salt
¼ teaspoon pepper
¼ cup butter
¼ cup flour
2 cups milk
2 cups shredded sharp cheddar cheese
1 cup whole kernel corn
1 ½ cup cubed cooked ham
In large saucepan bring water, potatoes, carrots, celery, onion, salt, and pepper to boil. Reduce heat. Cover. Simmer 8-10 minutes. Do not drain. In a separate medium saucepan melt butter and flour. Blend in milk. Stir until thick. Add cheese and stir. Pour the cheese mixture into the large saucepan with the vegetables. Add ham and corn. Heat through, stirring. Yield 6-8 servings.
Recipe Compliments of Theresa Reimer
Venison Stew:
2 Tbsp olive oil … 2 pounds venison stew meat
2 lg onions, coarsely chopped
2 cloves garlic, crushed
1 Tbsp Worcestershire sauce
1 bay leaf
1 tsp dried oregano
1 Tbsp salt
1 tsp pepper
3 cups water
7 potatoes, peeled and quartered
1 pound carrots, cut into 1-inch pieces
¼ cup flour
¼ cup cold water
Bottled browning sauce, optional
1. Heat oil in a Dutch oven. Brown meat. Add onions, garlic, Worcestershire sauce, bay leaf, oregano, salt, pepper and water. Simmer, covered, 1-1/2 to 2 hours or until meat is tender.
2. Add potatoes and carrots. Continue to cook until vegetables are tender, about 30-45 minutes.
3. Mix flour and cold water; stir into stew. Cook and stir until thickened and bubbly. Add browning
sauce if desired. Remove bay leaf.  Yield: 8-10 servings.
Recipe Compliments of Jeff Snyder
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Danish Apple Bar:
2 ½ cups all-purpose flour …
1 cup shortening
1 egg yolk
1 cup cornflakes
8 – 10 tart apples, peeled, cored, and sliced (8 cups)
¾ cup sugar
1 tsp ground cinnamon
1 egg white
1 cup sifted powdered sugar
3-4 tsp milk
Stir together flour and 1 tsp salt; cut in shortening. In measuring cup beat egg yolk, add enough milk to measure 2/3 cup. Mix well; stir into flour mixture.
On floured surface roll half of the dough to 17 x 12-inch rectangle; fit into bottom and up sides of 15 ½ x 10 ½ x 1-inch baking pan.
Sprinkle with cornflakes; top with apple slices. Mix granulated sugar and cinnamon; sprinkle over apples. Roll remaining dough into rectangle; place over apples. Seal edges; cut slits in top.
Beat egg white till frothy; brush on top. Bake at 375 degrees for 50 minutes. While warm, drizzle with mixture of powdered sugar and 3 to 4 tsp milk. Cool; cut into bars. Makes 36.
Recipe Compliments of  Mrs. Marcia Snyder
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Crock Pot Potato Soup:
 5-6 red potatoes- cut into small bite sized pieces …
1/2 regular package  bacon,

finely diced 1 medium onion,

diced 1/4 bunch celery

1 cup frozen corn or can of cream corn

8 cups milk

1 can of cheese soup OR 2 chicken bullion cubes

1/4 cup flour mixed in with 1-2 cups cold water then poured into crock pot

1 cup whipping cream

Optional ***For garnish:*** Shredded cheese, chopped green onions, croutons

Directions: In large pot, boil potatoes in water 10 minutes. Drain and set aside. In sauté pan, cook bacon until crisp. Drain bacon fat and place on paper towel over plate to drain more. Add onion and celery to bacon pan over medium-high heat until celery is tender, about 5 minutes. In Crock pot, add all the above ingrediants. . Stir occassionaly.

Recipe Compliments of Nicole Blubaugh


What Kind of Student was your Teacher?


Marcia Snyder


Where did you attend school?

I attended Flathead High School in Kalispell, Montana.  At the time it was the largest high school in Montana.  I had 523 students in my graduating class. This gave me opportunities many students didn’t have, such as participating in concert choir and vocational business courses.  It also gave me the desire to attend a smaller college.  I attended Western Mon-tana College in Dillon, Montana.  Here I began my studies in Business Administration and then added my teaching degree.  I graduated with an Associate’s Degree in Business and a Bachelors Degree in Broadfield Business Education.

What kind of student were you? Your struggles?

I was an average student in elementary school, but I learned good study skills.  Both my parents were also teachers, so I learned early the importance of doing the work you were asked to do. In high school these skills served me well and I graduated with a 4.0.  I was a unique type of student, I enjoyed math and English.  In college I also spent some time learning computer programming.  I found that the basic skills I had learned during my education became the building blocks I used for all my further education and my career. I also discovered that I enjoyed learning and have the desire to continue learning.

What lead you to be a teacher?

I played that I was a teacher when I was little and spent quite a bit of time in my mother’s classroom. In junior high and high school I taught Sunday School and AWANA.  I loved the world of business and the world of computers; my desire was to pursue a career in business.  However, God had other plans, I met my future husband and decided that I should add my education degree to my business degree to make myself more marketable and that has been very beneficial over the years.  My desire to teach stems from the fact that I want to help students “love learning” not just finish school.  Grades are not the goal, learning is the goal and grades are just the reward.

What activities do you enjoy in your free time?

I enjoy reading, cooking, baking, sewing, and crafts. I love to make things for others–that makes me happy.  I enjoy spending time with family, especially my grandson.  I like to spend time watching and doing the activities that my family enjoys.  Living in Montana on the shores of Flathead Lake, we spend time swimming, boating, fishing, and just watching the water.  I have found that I need time to just be alone.  I cherish the times I can spend just sitting and being part of God’s beautiful creation.  This is the time that God really speaks to me.


Jeffry Snyder


Where did you attend school?

I attended Hamilton High School in Hamilton, Montana. It was a great place to grow up, it was small valley surrounded by mountains.  I attended Western Montana College in Dillon, Montana where I received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Secondary Education with a major in Mathematics and a Minor in Health & PE.

What kind of student were you? Your struggles?

I was a good student in math and science because I enjoyed those subjects and they were easy for me. However, I was not a very good student in history and literature because I didn’t like all the reading that was required. I learned that I had to put in time and effort into all my classes even the ones I didn’t care for.  I also learned that I needed to ask for help with the subjects that I found diffi-cult.

What lead you to be a teacher?

At the beginning, my interest in teaching was because I wanted to be a coach.  I have coached basketball, soccer, and track throughout my teaching career. I discovered that coaching was just a form of teaching.  I really enjoy the inter-action with the students and the satisfaction of helping students with a subject that many struggle with.  God has gifted me with the ability to explain these complicated ideas so that students can understand. I have always known that God’s plan was for me to be a teacher.

What activities do you enjoy in your free time?

I enjoy most outdoor activities.  I love fishing, hunting, golfing, and camping. Most of all I enjoy spending time with the family.  Our family always loved to play games together and now I enjoy that time with my grandson too.  I am also a big sports fan.  I enjoy watching basketball, football, baseball, golf and most other sports.  I am not someone you will find spending their free time reading a book.

Theresa Reimer

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Where did you attend school?

During my youth I attended school in small-town Montana–the same school system all the way through high school!   I attended the University of Montana to complete my education with a four-year degree in Business and Information Technology.

What kind of student were you? Your struggles?

I loved being a student (and still do).  In elementary school I was always asking my teachers for extra work.  There was just something very exciting about learning.  I really enjoyed being able to figure out hard math problems.  I might have a problem that would stump me in the evening.  I would go to bed thinking about it.  It seemed like at night my brain would finally put all of the pieces together, and I would jump out of bed to go write the answer down.  My mother always used to make everything we do seem fun, and that carried over into learning.  If it was time to go haying, my mom made us think that haying was the most fun in the world, and she couldn’t wait to get out in the field.  If it was time to milk cows, she would sing and get all excited about milking the cows.  In hindsight I can see that my mom gave me one of the greatest gifts–the ability to find enjoyment in work.  One of my biggest struggles in school was learning to balance my time.  During sports I would get too busy and end up getting sick.  I still think it is an important life skill to be able to balance your time wisely.

What lead you to be a teacher?

There were two things that led me to be a teacher.  The first one is my love of learning which turned into a love of helping others learn.  The second was that I wanted to be able to have a job that fit into my life with my kids.  I wanted to be there for my kids, and teaching was a profession that would allow me to have the same schedule as them.

What activities do you enjoy in your free time?

In my free time I love to read (mostly fiction).  I also enjoy running, swimming, biking, hiking, and skiing.  I love taking walks at night with my husband.  I can also envision curling up on the couch with the whole family, a good movie, and a huge bowl of popcorn!


Kris Keating


Where did you attend school?

I attended High School at Bristol Central High School in Bristol, Connecticut. I graduated from Quinnipiac University in Hamden, CT with a B.S. in Organizational Leadership and an M.S. in Interactive Communication. I also have an A.S. in Addiction Counseling from Tunxis Community College.

What kind of student were you? Your struggles?

I did well in school, but during my senior year, I’m certain I spent too much time at the beach…My closest group of friends were my church youth group friends. That group did a lot to keep me excited about a life of purpose for God’s glory.

What lead you to be a teacher?

I started college in 1995 at the University of Connecticut. During the summer after my freshman year, I went on a short-term mission trip to Mexico as an adult chaperon with my church’s youth group. After coming home from that trip, I left college, sold everything I could sell, packed the rest of my stuff into my little Suzuki Sumurai car and drove back to Mexico to teach English in the school that hosted our mission team. I lived and taught there in Mexico for almost 3 years. That’s how I got started in teaching and in mission. (I later went back to college…)

What activities do you enjoy in your free time?

In my free-time, I cook. I love to cook. I also like to persecute my office companions with my terrible and loud singing voice.


Rebecca Jackson


Where did you attend school?

Right out of high school, I attended Prairie Bible Institute in Alberta, Canada. It was a won-derful, unique experience being in such a remote, starkly-beautiful place. With all other distractions removed, I came face to face with God and understood that Romans 12:1-2 required a personal response from me. After two years, I transferred to the University of Georgia where I met my future husband, who was the wrestling coach. I finished college years later at the University of California at San Diego with a Literature/Writing Major.

What kind of student were you? Your struggles?

In high school, I was a pretty average student since I focused more on the social aspect of school and activities, like choir and Madrigals. This was southern California and our hall-ways, lunch areas, and PE classes were all outside. For a girl from Montana, it felt like a picnic everyday! The teachers were pretty relaxed, and for most classes, I could do pretty well just paying attention in class. However, math proved to be a bit of a problem with this method. In college, I was an honor student.

What lead you to be a teacher?

I didn’t start teaching until my three children were all in school. My husband was a teacher, and teaching was the best fit for our family. I could be home after school with the kids, cook dinner, and have the same vacation days they did. I always knew I was a teacher. I can’t remember a time when I wasn’t teaching. While my children were young, I taught women’s Bible studies, directed the choir, taught piano and guitar lessons, quilting, painting, cooking and bread-baking. I also worked on free-lance writing projects during those years. Later, I taught high school English for twenty years in CA. It is an amazing feeling to find a job that fits you perfectly! I could drive down the hill into the community where I taught without stress or apprehension. I loved teenagers, loved talking about lit-erature, writing, and life, and just being myself. Last spring, I was asked by the accredita-tion visiting team to Eagle Christian how I taught from the Christian world view. I replied, “I am a Christian. I teach from that perspective, with that world view, whether I am in the CA public school classroom, or online with Eagle Christian students.” That’s the beauty of His life in us. Of course, there is much more to that question that we have the freedom to answer here at Eagle Christian.

What activities do you enjoy in your free time?

I still love to cook and bake. I love to read! I always have a couple of books going, one upstairs and one downstairs. My husband and I live in a 112-year-old log cabin on the northwest shore of Flathead Lake—which is an adventure itself! I also write. I am currently working on a book about living in this cabin, as well as a children’s book about Elves who spend their vacation in my attic. I also love to walk! And what a great place I have to do that. Most days, I head down the road and around the bay, whatever the season or weather. The purple mountains rise high across the lake. The eagles fish in the waters below the pump house. The lake moves and changes every hour. It’s a place that never fails to refresh and inspire me.

Melisa Reimer

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Where did you attend school?

I attended Valley Christian School in Missoula MT for my Junior High and High School years.  I graduated High School in 1999 and then attended the University of Montana in Missoula.  I graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education with a minor in History in 2002.  I look back and realize what a wonderful blessing my time at the University of Montana was because not only did I get a degree in my future career, I also met my husband who was also studying Elementary Education.

What kind of student were you? Your struggles?

I was a much better student in College than I was in High school. I did graduate on the honor role in high school, but I think I took College more seriously.  I like to think that maturity as well as a love for teaching sparked a high grade point average in college.  I have always loved History and excelled in that subject.  Math, however, has always been a struggle and that is why I wanted to be an elementary teacher.  Anything beyond Algebra 1 and I am lost!

What lead you to be a teacher?

I remember spending a lot of time in the elementary classrooms at my high school as a teacher’s aide.  As a senior I was even able to teach some lessons for the second grade class.  I loved watching the students learn and see how easily they find joy in discovering new things.  I have always loved children and even from a young age knew I wanted to do something that involved teaching in a classroom. There is no greater joy in life for me than being able to share Jesus and His creation with my students.  I taught first grade until 8 years ago when I had my first son.  Eagle has given me the opportunity to stay at home with our three sons but still fulfill my passion for teaching.

What activities do you enjoy in your free time?

Since my husband and I have three little boys we are a very active family.  Hiking, biking, and playing at the park are all activities we enjoy as a family.  Our children are getting to the age of outdoor sports so soccer has now entered into our lives for two of them and I am now truly a “soccer mom.”  When I have a little time to myself I love to read and craft. I love spending time with my husband and boys and anything we find to do is always an adventure.


Nicole Blubaugh 


Where did you attend school?

I graduated from University of Montana with a Bachelor’s of Science degree from the school of education in Health and Human Performance. I have worked as an Athletic Trainer for 20 years.

What kind of student were you? Your struggles?

As a student I loved the sciences, the wonder of the human body and physical education….well, playing games. One of the more challenging courses for me was math. In college I utilized the free math tutor program on a weekly basis which helped me to succeed in these classes and get on to the more hands on classes which I enjoyed.

What lead you to be a teacher?

As for teaching, I love kids. I teach in Sunday School, 4-H and AWANA. They say your gift is something you can’t stop doing and teaching seems to be one of those things.

What activities do you enjoy in your free time?

At this time my free time involves supporting my children in their activities in sports, 4H, and rodeo.



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