Advertising Scheme for the Genesis School

I envision full page ads in magazines using these sets of words and definitions. Like Refridgerator Magnet Poetry or something.

Gen•e•sis
Noun
The time or circumstances of something’s coming into being
The formation of something
The first book of the Bible, in which the story of the creation of the world is told
School
Noun
An institution for educating
Origin: Old English, via Latin from Greek skhole: leisure, philosophy, a place where lectures are given
Ed•u•cate
Verb
To give intellectual, moral or social instruction to someone
Origin: late Middle English, from Latin educere: lead out
Learn
Verb
To gain or acquire knowledge of or skill in (something) by study, experience, or being taught



Per•ma•cul•ture
Noun
The development of agricultural ecosystems intended to be sustainable and self-sufficient.
Origin: 1970’s, blend of permanent and agriculture
In•fused
Verb, past tense
Instilled (a quality) in someone or something
Soaked in liquid to extract the flavor or healing properties
Or•tho•dox
Adjective
Of conforming to what is generally or traditionally thought of as true or right; established and approved
Com•mu•ni•ty
Noun
A feeling of fellowship with others, as a result of sharing common attitudes, interests, and goals
Origin: late Middle English, from Old French comunete: reinforced by its source



E•van•gel•i•cal
Adjective
Of or according to the teaching of the Gospel or the Christian Religion
Of or denoting a tradition within Protestant Christianity emphasizing the authority of the Bible, a personal relationship with God, and the doctrine of salvation by faith in the Atonement
So•cial Jus•tice
Noun
The belief in an equitable, compassionate world where difference is understood and valued, and where human dignity, the Earth, our ancestors and future generations are respected.
Equitable access to resources and the benefits derived from them; a system that recognizes inalienable rights and adheres to what is fair, honest, and moral.
Pas•sion
Noun
Strong and barely controllable emotion
A state or outburst of such emotion
An intense desire or enthusiasm for something