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  • How should we pray for our children? This vital question prompted our PTFA to develop a 21-week series of prayer emphases. We pray for the Lord to give our children salvation, protection, wisdom, and purity. They must have godly friends, a love for God and others, a sense of calling, strong faith, and many more.

  • On Friday, June 2, FCS is hosting our annual Jogathon Fundraiser, an annual campaign to raise funds for our tuition assistance program. One vital way to reach our goal of $30,000 is for each family to share their child’s individual fundraiser page with family and friends through social media.

    Visit our Fundraising Page here!


  • Watch this video, and learn about school from the students themselves!

  • Ms. Nelson shares the story behind her role as teacher and head of school. She casts a vision for what God will continue to do through FCS.

    We also discuss our high quality Bible curriculum DeepRoots.

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  •    Despite the praise of the crowds on Palm Sunday, Jesus knew the enthusiasm would fade. His mission was greater than just deliverance from political oppression by pagan Romans. He had a higher calling than merely healing disease or providing free food. He was sent by the Father, appointed as Messiah, to save His people from an even greater, even deeper enemy: their sins (Matthew 1:21).
       Such salvation would require the deepest level of commitment and endurance. He must live a righteous, sin-free life. He must be condemned to die a bloody cross-death. And there, suspended between earth and heaven as a divine lightning rod, He must take on the sins of humanity (1 Peter 2:24) so He could then absorb the righteous anger of the holy God on sin.
       But the salvation wouldn't be complete unless the Son of God must rise from the dead. His body wouldn't decay but would be resurrected with new life from the Father. Now, ascended to the Father and having granted His Spirit to empower His followers, Jesus Christ will soon appear to claim full rights over heaven and earth.
       May you delight in the tragedy and glory of this Easter weekend. May you be embarrassed by the grave effects of your sin and the extent to which Jesus must suffer. And may you be astounded by His infinite love and absolute commitment to providing you ultimate salvation. Happy Easter! He is risen!

  • Middle School Discipleship Begins!

    The discipleship classes for middle school began yesterday, with a focus on helping students navigate the challenges of life in our postmodern, upside-down society. These classes will meet every week by age and gender, fostering a great setting to pour into our students. This is another way we seek to support our parents in their primary role as the care-givers for their children.

    Pic: 6th grade boys try to imagine navigating “the maze of life” blindfolded!

  • Open House Success!

    Saturday's open house was a tremendous success! 

    Thank you to all volunteers who helped with this event. You can see pictures here.

  • Relive our Christmas Concert!