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Notes for Prospective Students
Faith is not hope.
Faith is the means by which we receive those
things we hope for.
Faith is the evidence
of things not seen.
Biblical faith is an absolute requirement for
The writer of Hebrews states, “But without
faith it is impossible to please him: for he that cometh to God
must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that
diligently seek him (Hebrews 11:6, KJV).
As a school of faith and
as teachers and staff at GCS, our purpose is to model and give
witness to faith every day, and to inspire our students to do the
The Bible tells us that perseverance and preparation go
Good intentions and hard work are not enough with God.
also expects us to be good stewards and use the information as well
as the resources that He has provided us to fulfill our calling.
His mercy, God provides us with everything we need to succeed.
school of preparation, we believe our students are called to learn
to be critical thinkers, problem solvers, and active participants
in their faith, in their citizenship and as life-long learners.
Throughout the Bible, “community” is mentioned as a
way of life, particularly in the early Church.
God has always been
calling out a people for Himself, beginning with Israel and
continuing with the church.
Community is the lateral relationship
of the cross, with the vertical being our relationship with God.
definition: “Biblical Community is the body of Christ
expressing the life and message of Christ to build up one another
and redeem the world for God’s glory.” As a school of
community, we believe in the partnership of our families, the
church and our school in reinforcing critical values.
include our hope in the Gospel message, respect for individuals,
and the dignity of life.
The Bible tells us that each of us should use whatever gifts God
has uniquely given to us to serve others, faithfully administering
God's grace in its various forms.
“Just as each of us has one
body with many members, and these members do not all have the same
function, so in Christ we who are many form one body, and each
member belongs to all the others.
We have different gifts,
according to the grace given us.” (Romans 12:4-6a
) As a school of service, we believe
each individual has a responsibility to the community.
belief in action, and ultimately, service enables our students to
develop important leadership skills through Christ.
It is a common Bible teaching that how a man thinks is expressed
in his actions (Prov.
23:7; Matt.12:34).The Hebrew word for
'spirit' means both the breath or mind, and also power.
the essential us, refers to our thoughts and therefore also to the
actions which we take to express those thoughts or disposition
On a far more glorious scale, God's spirit is the same;
it is the power by which He displays His essential being, His
disposition and purpose.
God thinks and therefore does things: "As
I have thought, so shall it come to pass; and as I have purposed,
so shall it stand" (Is.
As a school of spirit, we foster an
environment where students learn, interact and develop friendships
in a real world setting, allowing them to appreciate how each of us
are uniquely created in God’s image, and to bind them
together in our shared values.
Character is the conduit for producing Christian service and
We lead out of who we are in Christ.
with Christ forms and shapes our person.
We cannot separate our
service and leadership from a composite picture of our values,
beliefs and godly nature.
Self-insight and learning and growing
disposition ensure a maturing character and a more responsive
As a school of leadership, our goal is to inspire
students into Christian leadership that embodies worshipping
Christ, and includes a teaching and serving process that envisions,
influences, shapes and enhances leaders and followers who realize
God’s goals for change within their community