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CCS Enrollment for 2015-16

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We're Positive!

At Christian Community School, we are for...

Small class sizes, moral and wholesome literature, traditional marriage, the fine arts, preparing for college, Biblical truth, the U.S. Constitution, cursive handwriting, the unborn, godly teachers and mentors, Biblical discipline, older students helping younger ones, school prayer, loving Jesus and loving one another. That's who we are.

We are not for ...

Common Core, bullying, test-fatigue learning, legalism,tolerance without truth, excluding others.

Walk in any Wednesday from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and meet some positive people.

CCS Choir Tour 2015

On Wednesday, February 25th, 41 students and 15 chaperones boarded a bus to take the love of God to others at several venues in Ohio and Illinois.

Brian Smith, who directs the CCS Choir, and his wife, Tammy, provided leadership for the Choir Tour. The theme for the Choir Tour was, "All Things are Possible", from Mark 9:23.

God was faithful to move through the efforts of the students and chaperones, and 41 students and 14 adults lives were changed forever. The students saw that indeed "anything is possible"!

Below, from two choir students, are their thoughts about this experience.

Dean Alan Klunzinger, 11th grade: "Before Choir Tour, I had experienced an exceptionally large amount of doubt in my faith and I constantly questioned whether I was following the truth or just a fantastical tenet filled with fictional stories with good morals. However, after I saw how God moved and worked through us, the people we worshiped with and witnessed to, I no longer questioned my faith, I no longer put my credence in my own human reasoning, I began to follow the verse, “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on you own understanding in all your ways acknowledge him and he will direct your paths.” Proverbs 3: 5-6. Not only did it impact my life but it impacted the lives of each and every one of us who attended. We all not only grew in our relationship with Christ but we have strengthened our relationship with each other and are more like a family then ever! Overall it was a fantastic experience and will impact the school for years to come."

Justin Valco, 11th grade: "In the midst of our choir tour trip we stopped at a mission’s church. The church was small but they had a map of the world showing all the places that they affected with ministry and even Korea was marked. Not many people showed up and our sound equipment was put out of commission for the day due to the trailer derailing from Dan’s truck. Nevertheless, we continued to do our ministry in this church. I heard a few people say they were disappointed that the church has such few people sitting in the seats and questioned was it really worth it? As we sang though, the people sitting there really got into it and the pastor was very friendly. The most amazing part of it, though, was when we named off the problems some people might be facing that God had revealed to us in prayer, many had more than one of those problems we named off. That church alone was probably one of the best ministries we did on the trip."

God Is In The House

When we think of classrooms we think of desks, chairs, bulletin boards, books, computers, and students.

Let's keep thinking because the ways of God are also expressed...

  • Beauty / creativity should adorn a classroom in plants, animals, color, texture, sounds.
  • Community / relationships expressed in friendships, teachers, older to younger, parent helpers
  • Order is found in patterns, rhythms, structure, seasons, sunrise/sunsets
  • Authority is established in parents, teachers, coaches, school board
  • Holiness in reading The Bible, class prayer, worship

The classroom is an environment that children spend countless hours in. Let’s make it a sanctuary to God.  In a Christian school we can go beyond academics to capture not only the ways of God, but also His very presence.  Wow!

A New Generation is Rising

What if a student learned one principle that Jesus taught every week? That would be 36 principles in a school year. What if those 36 principles were reinforced through thirteen years of schooling? That would be life changing.

Jesus taught principles: forgiveness, contentment, foundations, asking and receiving, self-denial, light bearing, and so much more. At CCS, we are identifying and teaching the principles of the Kingdom of God. Children are so receptive to God’s truth presented, not legalistically, but as life-giving truth.

Our task is to train world changers and it starts with seeking first Christ and His kingdom. Academia, fine arts, athletics, all are arenas of life that give opportunity to seek God and His ways. A new generation is rising – students that have chosen not to conform to this world but be transformed by the renewing of their minds. (Romans 12:2) A new life requires new thinking. The principles of Jesus are where we start.

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