Goals of Christian Education
Arkansas Christian Academy accepts the responsibility of providing a quality Christian education to all students, both spiritually and academically. Our goals are to support the home and to provide excellent facilities, equipment, and Godly instructors for the development of Christian character in the lives of the students entrusted to our care. We believe that the heart of character training is obedience. To obey, to do right, and to love God and our country are the qualities we want to instill in each student. It is our desire to minister to the whole child: spirit, soul, and body. We endeavor to provide opportunities that will equip students to become strong Christian leaders who will serve the Lord in their vocation.
Christian Philosophy of Education
“Happy is the man that finds wisdom, and the man that gets understanding” (Proverbs 3:13).
The Christian Philosophy of Education at Arkansas Christian Academy is as follows:
We believe that “the fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge” and that all knowledge has it's foundation in the Word of God.
We teach the Bible as God’s inspired Word and assist the students in developing attitudes of love and respect in relation to it.
We train students to hope in the Lord, to love Him, and to keep His commandments.
We encourage students to know and obey the will of God, as revealed in Scripture.
We seek to impart an understanding of the purpose of discipline and to teach students to govern themselves by the power of the Holy Spirit.
We strive to stimulate and enlarge the student’s involvement in the Church and its worldwide tasks of witnessing and evangelizing.
We encourage students to develop “the mind of Christ” toward Godliness, to overcome, and to live victoriously.
We teach the Biblical principles of healing, deliverance, and prosperity.