In true Glenwood tradition two of the Glenwood Cross country runners showed true Glenwood heart this weekend. On Friday afternoon after school, they ran 4,6km cross country at Giba Gorge in the clash against Grey College. Luke van As finished seconed in the senior event while Brenton Tallon finished third in junior event. On Saturday the Durban Central Schools Cross Country trials were held at UKZN. Brenton’s race was at 10am which clashed with his U14B hockey match against Grey so he offered to play for the u 14 C team at 8. After playing his hockey match he...Read More
Category: Glenwood High School
The Glenwood first team water polo travelled to Northwood to take on the Grey College first team in a friendly on Friday. The game was a tightly contested affair between two fit and fast teams. Goals were hard to come by in the first half of the game with Grey scoring a penalty and Glenwood scoring a lucky goal after an error by Greys goalkeeper when he passed the ball directly to A. van Rooyen who put it into the open goal. The last two chukkas were extremely physical but the Glenwood boys kept cool heads and created a...Read More
Josh Rheeders and Mlungisi Mazibuko from Glenwood High School in Durban, took part in the Eston 40km mountain bike race on Sunday 5th August. Josh sprinted to finish 6th in a time of 1hr41 and Mlungisi 16th, in a time of 1hr45....Read More
Tiago Cordeiro from Glenwood Gigh School in Durban, has been away to participate in the Junior European championships as well as the Portugal Open. While he was away during this period, Tiago main goal was to make the team to go to Junior Olympics in Argentina. Tiago had achieved the qualifying times for this competition a year prior to Nationals this year, and therefore was amongst a short list of swimmers to make the team. At the end of both galas it became about choosing between 3 swimmers and unfortunately due to a selection criteria that only benefited 800m...Read More
Top Top Ads
Gedagte vir die week
God of Restoration
He makes me lie down in green pastures, he leads me beside quiet waters, he restores my soul. – Psalm 23:2-3
You can’t do anything about what’s gone, but you can do a great deal about what remains. You may have made some poor choices that have caused you awful heartache and pain. Perhaps you feel that your life is beyond repair. You may feel disqualified from God’s best, convinced that you must settle for second best the rest of your life.
Worse yet, perhaps it was somebody else’s foolish decisions that caused you to experience wrenching headache and pain. Regardless, you must stop dwel-ling on it. Forgive the person who caused you the trouble and start clean right where you are this morning.
If you continue to dwell on those past disappointments, you will block God’s blessings in your life today. It’s simply not worth it. Beyond that, God desires your restoration even more than you do! – Joel Osteen