The end of the school year must be stressful for kids. They have their final exams and the stretch to get the best grades they can, they perform their school plays that they’ve been preparing all year long, they have their recitals for piano or violin or guitar, and of course, they bring their report cards home to Mom and Dad.
That’s a lot of big things happening all at once in May and June. But if you’ve been working hard all year then there is certainly a sense of satisfaction in reaping the fruit of all that labor.
The end of the school year is big in another way, too. Because of all those performances and special activities, there are lots of opportunities to be with people, even opportunities to share the gospel.