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Students at Bethel Christian School Are...
Commissioned To Be Disciples
God reveals Himself in the Bible as Creator and “the way, the truth, and the life.” We honor Him as Lord and King. Therefore, all curriculum and instruction flows from the Biblical worldview that in Christ Jesus, God established His kingdom and commissioned His people to make disciples of all nations. We teach our students to preach the Gospel in word and action, knowing that signs and wonders follow those who believe.
Mark 16:15-18, 2 Corinthians 5:11-20
Friends With God
A student’s personal relationship with Christ is the core of all they can learn and accomplish. We teach our students to receive and respond to God’s offer of intimate relationship by loving Him in return with all their heart, soul, mind, and strength through communion with the Holy Spirit.
Luke 2:52, Mark 12:30, 2 Corinthians 13:14
Sons & Daughters of God
Knowing and personally experiencing God’s transforming love, power, and truth is the deepest need and greatest joy of humanity. As our students grow in friendship with the Lord and learn to follow the Holy Spirit, they will perceive themselves as God perceives them and embrace their true identity as a child of the King. As they work from God’s acceptance rather than for it, holiness and Christ-like character will become more an internal motivation to position them to fulfill God’s call on their life and less a merely external expectation.
Galatians 4:7, Romans 8:14-17
Successful, Self-Directed Learners & Leaders
Our purpose is to nurture a love for learning in our students and to help them understand their learning styles and strengths, thereby equipping them with the skills to be successful, self-directed learners. Students with this self-understanding become excellent contributors and leaders in both Church and society. They impart what they are to others—all for the glory of God.
Ephesians 2:10, Psalm 15
Worship is fundamental to our relationship with God. It recognizes His worth and we become like the One whom we worship. We believe the arts find their true home in service to God, so our students learn to express worship through dance, music, choir, drama, painting, and drawing.