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20 Reasons Why I’m Thankful My Grand-Children Started Christian School Today:

20 Reasons Why I’m Thankful My Grand-Children Started Christian School Today:

1) Knowledge of God will be centric to their entire school day, and the church centric to their community life. (Prov 1:7)

2) Class will begin with Prayer, Scripture, & Devotion. (Deut 6:4)

3) They will be taught only truth, never error. (Rom 3:4)

4) All teachers model & teach our common core values, protecting young minds from worldly confusion & conflict. (1 Tim 4:12)

5) Teachers, students, & curriculum will not mock our Godly morals, righteous values & identity, tearing down what we are building up. (2 Pet 3:3)

6) Teachers will reinforce the divine order of family, support parental authority, not promoting so-called ‘alternative lifestyles’. (Jer 10:2)

7) They will be protected from exposure to many sins while young, impressionable, and vulnerable; before being maturely equipped to identify, avoid & overcome them. (Rom 16:19)

8) They will be taught about God the Creator. (Gen 1:1)

9) They will be taught right and wrong are in God’s hand. (Jud 17:6; Rom 3:4)

10) They will be taught moral absolutes. (Isa 5:20)

11) They will be taught the Bible is Truth, anything contrary is error. (Jn 17:17; 2 Tim 3:16)

12) They will be given only Godly counsel. (Psm 1)

13) They will attain true success & prosperity. (Josh 1:8; Mt 16:26)

14) They will experience positive peer pressure for righteousness. (Pro 13:20)

15) They will not be able to change their gender identity at school. (Gen 1:27)

16) They will be taught marriage is between one man & one woman only. (Mt 19:4-6)

17) School schedule doesn’t conflict with church events, camps, confs, retreats, activities, etc. (Heb 10:25)

18) They will participate in weekly Chapel services, and daily devotions. (Acts 2:46)

19) They will receive personal, loving, attention and care in a safe environment. (Mt 18:6)

20) Academic results: students at SBCA consistently score in the highest percentiles in the nation. They will be challenged to work ahead of the class where they excel, not held back by the slower pace of the class. They will be allowed to work at their own pace & level of ability where they struggle, never left behind by the class. The computerized curriculum in upper levels allows for precise individual diagnostics and prescription. (1 Cor 4:7)