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2013 Porsche 911 Carrera S Convertible

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Open-top driving is integral to Porsche history. It began back in 1948 with the No. 1. The convertible variant of the first 356 became a legend, as did its descendent, the Porsche 550 Spyder. In 1982, the first 911 Carrera model in cabriolet form was introduced to the road.

Two things that all open-top Porsche cars have in common are an urge for sporty acceleration and unlimited driving pleasure. The time has come to carry this tradition on into the future. The 911 Carrera S Cabriolet does just that.

That explains what motivates us; so let’s describe what drives the car: the 3.8-litre engine with direct fuel injection (DFI) and VarioCam Plus, which produces 400 hp at 7400 rpm. The 911 Carrera S Cabriolet completes the sprint from 0 to 60 mph in just 4.5 seconds and reaches a top speed of 187 mph.

Without question, the 911 Carrera S Cabriolet has remained faithful to [...]

2010 Porsche Carrera 4S All-Wheel Drive

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Open-top driving is integral to Porsche history. It began back in 1948 with the No. 1. The convertible variant of the first 356 became a legend, as did its descendent, the Porsche 550 Spyder. In 1982, the first 911 Carrera model in cabriolet form was introduced to the road.

Two things that all open-top Porsche cars have in common are an urge for sporty acceleration and unlimited driving pleasure. The time has come to carry this tradition on into the future. The 911 Carrera S Cabriolet does just that.

That explains what motivates us; so let’s describe what drives the car: the 3.8-litre engine with direct fuel injection (DFI) and VarioCam Plus, which produces 400 hp at 7400 rpm. The 911 Carrera S Cabriolet completes the sprint from 0 to 60 mph in just 4.5 seconds and reaches a top speed of 187 mph.

Without question, the 911 Carrera S Cabriolet has remained faithful to [...]

2013 Porsche Panamera GTS Sedan

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Saloon or sports car? Power or efficiency? Quite simply, there’s no decision to make. That’s because the Panamera and the Panamera 4 blend all these apparent contradictions into one sporty overall concept.

Standard features of the Panamera and the Panamera 4 include Bi-Xenon main headlights, the 18-inch Panamera wheels, the two single-tube tailpipes of the exhaust system and the automatic rear hatch.

Both models are equipped with Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK) as standard. In the Panamera, it transfers engine power to the rear axle; in the Panamera 4 to all four wheels via the active all-wheel drive of Porsche Traction Management (PTM).

Other standard features of the Panamera and Panamera 4 are cruise control, Tyre Pressure Monitoring (TPM), automatic climate control and the CDR audio system. Options include Porsche Communication Management (PCM), and the BOSE® Surround Sound System or the Burmester® High-End Surround Sound System.

2009 Porsche Boxster Base Red Convertible

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Open-top driving is integral to Porsche history. It began back in 1948 with the No. 1. The convertible variant of the first 356 became a legend, as did its descendent, the Porsche 550 Spyder. In 1982, the first 911 Carrera model in cabriolet form was introduced to the road.

Two things that all open-top Porsche cars have in common are an urge for sporty acceleration and unlimited driving pleasure. The time has come to carry this tradition on into the future. The 911 Carrera S Cabriolet does just that.

That explains what motivates us; so let’s describe what drives the car: the 3.8-litre engine with direct fuel injection (DFI) and VarioCam Plus, which produces 400 hp at 7400 rpm. The 911 Carrera S Cabriolet completes the sprint from 0 to 60 mph in just 4.5 seconds and reaches a top speed of 187 mph.

Without question, the 911 Carrera S Cabriolet has remained faithful to [...]

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Grow for Glory strive to build a comprehensive Children’s Discipleship System as we partner with parents and teachers. Together we help our children grow in Godly character and to become lifelong disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ. CONTACT INFORMATION CONTACT FORM
Our aim is to be expert archers as we  point the children in the right direction and hit the bull’s eye for the Kingdom of God- kids who know, love and serve God. Its is time to invest in the future of our next generation. "We spend too much energy trying to heal adults (therapeutic approach) and too little trying to shape the minds and futures of the children." -Robert Botha The leaders of the next generation will have to live a life of discipleship; a life that is sensible; and a life committed to doing what is right, just and fair. If our children are set off in the right direction, they will realise that imitating Christ is a fun-filled and entertaining lifestyle: a life lived in love (Eph. 5:1-2) a life of humility (Phil. 2:5-8) a life of mercy (Isiah 53) a life of acceptance (Jn. 15:12-14) a life of commitment (Matt. 16:24-25) a life of courage (Matt. 26:50-56) a life of diligence (Lk. 18:1-8) A Child correctly trained according to the Lords instruction, "will give you rest and he will be a delight to your heart.” (Prov. 29:17), and the "glory of children is their fathers" (17:6).

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Letter from the Director While I was playing with my two boys on the family jungle gym, I paid attention to the way my eldest son (age 3) related to me as his father and the way that he related to his younger brother (age 1). I noted certain behaviours that can only be explained through an understanding of sinful nature.However, in the blink of an eye the same child is transformed into the most precious angelic being. Right there I started guiding my son in prayer as we played and making him more aware of the fact that God is always with us. I told him that Jesus loves him and sees everything he does, how he plays and how he shares toys with his brother. As the day progressed, I saw that my son showed a great interest in this concept and had the ability to run the race I planned ahead. When his mom arrived with some yogurt, out of his own, my son prayed as he sat on mommy’s lap, ready to dig into the tub of yogurt. The next day I delved into my theology books, trying to discover either a definition of or a meaning behind the spirituality of children. I found a working definition in the work of Dr. R. Nye “Children’s spirituality: what it is and why it matters”. Her explanation fundamentally changed the way in which I [...]
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