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Prayer

Prayer is an important facet of our Spiritual Life,
integral to our Christ-centered environment.

We are a praying school.  Our Board fasts and prays for guidance, wisdom and provision.  Our administrators meet with our teachers in a time of prayer and devotion each morning.  During each meeting several students are specifically lifted up to the Lord in prayer as the staff lovingly advances through the list of lives we're influencing each school year. Our teachers often begin class with prayer.  Our students pray, requesting for their school family to join them in believing God hears our prayers.  We invite you to pray with us and for us as well.

We proudly participate in:

See you at the Pole - September 27, 2017 at 7:00am - Secondary Campus

See You at the Pole™, the global day of student prayer, began in 1990 as a grass roots movement with ten students praying at their school. Twenty years later, millions pray on their campuses on the fourth Wednesday in September. 

See You at the Pole™ is simply a prayer rally where students meet at the school flagpole before school to lift up their friends, families, teachers, school, and nation to God. See You at the Pole™ is a student-initiated, student-organized, and student-led event.

National Day of Prayer

Faith Christian students annually join others across the nation in prayer for our nation, leaders, community, and school. We are raising up citizens and leaders who under-stand the importance of prayer!

The National Day of Prayer is a vital part of our heritage. Since the first call to prayer in 1775, when the Continental Congress asked the colonies to pray for wisdom in forming a nation, the call to prayer has continued through our history, including President Lincoln's proclamation of a day of "humiliation, fasting, and prayer" in 1863. In 1952, a joint resolution by Congress, signed by President Truman, declared an annual national day of prayer. In 1988, the law was amended and signed by President Reagan, permanently setting the day as the first Thursday of every May.

Each year, the president signs a proclamation, encouraging all Americans to pray on this day. The National Day of Prayer has great significance for us as a nation as it enables us to recall and to teach the way in which our founding fathers sought the wisdom of God when faced with critical decisions. It stands as a call for us to humbly come before God, seeking His guidance for our leaders and His grace upon us as a people.
 

Moms in Prayer International

Experience the joy of replacing your fear with peace by praying with other moms.  Join the worldwide prayer movement, Moms in Prayer, bringing mothers together and seeing God change children and schools through prayer.