consider children to be a gift and blessing from God and the future
of the Restoration movement. It is our desire to be responsive to the
needs of parents by assisting them in the educational process (Gal.
4:2). We are presently attempting to serve those needs in the
will instill a desire for godly character and equip
students with skills necessary to excel in society. The words in II
Peter 1:6-7 make it clear to us that faith and virtue should
precede knowledge in the educational process.
children an alternative to the coarse and often threatening peer
relationships in other environments.
about God's love for them, man's need for redemption, and the wonderful
promise of hope in Christ's gospel.
to a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, a
daily reliance on the Holy Spirit through prayer and a love of God's
word. Christ's church is founded on the principle that God continues to
reveal His will to man. Therefore it is important that each child learn
a sensitivity to the Spirit and learn to ask God in faith when they
effective witnessing skills. Effective witnessing
begins with learning to love all people. It also involves the student's
ability to build on commonalities and share their testimony with an
unbelieving world in a loving, intelligent and convincing manner
School seeks to provide the best
education possible by addressing the needs of the whole child. We seek
to help each student understand that God loves him; that God has a plan
for his life; and that each person is accountable to God to achieve his