Our goal is for each student to have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. 

Once a student makes that commitment, we want to see them “grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ” (2 Peter 3:18).  Our teachers provide opportunities during Bible class for students to apply God’s Word to their life.  In the elementary school, small group discipleship and Bible studies are formed to guide new believers.  In the high school, a formal mentoring program for boys and girls is allowing godly men and women to come alongside our students in their faith journey.   Because of the success of the mentoring program, our next step is launching the mentoring in middle school.