Caitlyn Crabtree
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Caitlyn Crabtree

Caitlyn is a highschool senior currently pursuing her Associates of Arts degree at Alamance Community College. She has been dancing for 12 years and has been trained in many styles of dance including ballet, pointe, modern, liturgical, character, tap, and jazz. She is also entering her fourth year as a member of Rejoice! Dance Ministry. During her free time she enjoys playing with her younger siblings, singing, and reading. Caitlyn is excited to share her passion for dance with her students!

Hip Hop
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Hip Hop

This style of dance was born in the Bronx in the late 1970s, and had gone global by the 1980s. The namae came from "hip" meaning "trendy", and literally "hopping" to the rhythm of the music, which was usually rap music. Contrary to popular opinion, you CAN have Christian Hip Hop!  There has been an explosion of songs in the genres of Christian rap and Hip Hop music, and it is possible to develope choreography that is God-honoring! 

Because the body isolations and movements require a higher level of body awareness, this class is for ages 10 and up. So we invite you to join this style of dance that truly explores feeling the beat of the music!

The Rose Bush
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The Rose Bush

The Rose Bush By Diane Faison-McKinzie Having moved into my new home, I walked the unfamiliar yard and came across a very old rose bush. It looked pretty sad, and parts of its branches were nearing death. I could tell it had lived a long life and was struggling for breath. As I became familiar...

Time is of the Essence
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Time is of the Essence

Time is of the Essence By: Rachel Manning This age-old saying rings true today. The modern world is increasingly becoming faster and more advanced as new technology shortens the length of everyday tasks. Instead of giving us more time, it instead gives us less, as we are expected to cram multiple tasks into a single...

Soaking up the Savior
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Soaking up the Savior

Soaking up the Savior By: Margaret Wooten Here we are at Easter again doing the same basic things we have always done to celebrate the season. With the exception of last year, it always looks the same… same traditions, same meals, same Scriptures being read. These truths can become like “wallpaper” in the minds of...