“Mathematics is the language in which God wrote the universe.” ~Galileo Galilei

Whether we realize it or not, math surrounds us each day of our lives. The evidence of a creator, as noted by Galileo in the quote above appears through many patterns in nature. Math is truly the study of how the world works. The language of mathematics is a precise language in order to remove the ambiguity of natural language. In my math classes, I wish to instill a sense of curiosity and encourage them to discover that math is more than just practice problems in a textbook.


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“The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom, and knowledge of the Holy One is understanding.” ~Proverbs 9:10

What sets Christian schools apart from other schools is how we have the opportunity to openly share our faith. Although Religion classes are at the forefront of spurring open discussions, our faith can be expressed throughout the school day. The goal of the discussions in Religion classes at Hope Lutheran School is to foster spiritual growth in our students. I am privileged to be involved in this area of my students’ lives. We will be using material produced by the Concordia Publishing House (CPH) called One in Christ, Luther’s Small Catechism, and the Lutheran Service Book as additional resources to the English Standard Version (ESV) of the Holy Bible.

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From Mr. Gibson

Mr. Daniel GibsonWelcome to Mr. Gibson’s Hope Lutheran School Middle School website.

Here you will find links to important information for all of my classes.  In addition to being the 7th and 8th Grade homeroom teacher, I teach Middle School Math and Religion as well as 8th Grade US History . Links to resources for all of those classes can be accessed through this page.

Mr. Daniel Gibson

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