Our Motto is an extract of a verse taken from the Holy Bible. It is one of the most compelling
invitations and profound promises given by the Saviour.
Seeking implies so much more than merely looking. Seek means energy, direction, passion,
purpose. To seek out all our "heart, might, mind and strength.
With our intellect we can ponder, we can analyze our circumstances, we can sort and sift
information, weigh our options; we can store ideas, we can draw conclusions from our
experiences, find answers to our problems; we can treasure thoughts and receive revelation.
Seeking is more of a journey than a single event. Although, we know what our ultimate
destination is, the rich experiences and real learning come day by day as we progress toward
our goal. We seek to learn how to convert light and truth to everyday action. We are given a
lifetime to learn. This process is part of our eternal progression.
As we seek the Godly things we receive them, and focus our thoughts and our prayers, our
faith and our desires, even all of the energy of our hearts that we might receive light and
understanding. We truly begin to find wisdom and great treasures of knowledge. Even hidden
treasures and eventually gain greater desire to live our lives fully.
We should seek earnestly the best gifts, and that we should seek wisdom and understanding
and to prepare every needful thing. We are admonished to lose ourselves in the service of
others, and to seek those things that are virtuous, lovely, or of good report or praiseworthy.
And if what we are seeking is right, and with real intent we come to know the truth of all
This is a complicated era in which we live. Technology has simplified some tasks and opened
up ways to learn that our forefathers never imagined. But, with a computerized society have
come increased pressures, causing us to weigh carefully how we use our time, to evaluate
thoughtfully what we can do that will make the greatest difference
As we earnestly seek light and truth, we develop clarity in our lives that reflects spiritual
understanding and commitment. This clarity results as we learn from our daily experiences,
our thoughtful study, and as we receive personal inspiration and intelligence for whatever
principle of intelligence we attain and if a person gains more knowledge... in this life, through
his diligence…, he will have so much the advantage in the world to come.
Seeking to be literate is a compelling challenge. Being able to read enables us to seek further
light and truth. Light is more than being able to see with eyes. It includes revelation of things
as they are, as they were, and as they are to come. Light brings definition out of darkness.
The more we seek to know, the better we are able to distinguish between a foolish notion and
a wise idea.
Our aim is to bring an ability to work, to influence, teach, train, and uplift. We also bring
remarkable zest for life. This knowledge sets us apart and brings joy, as well as weighty