When twin sisters Emily and Amanda Gale left their public school to finish out high school at Calvary Christian Academy, they were surprised to find a community guided by a common goal—to grow in relationship with Christ.
“Walking out as a senior, you were so routine with everything and I think it comes natural to take those routines [with you]—studying the bible, or doing your devotions daily...to this day I could still talk to my small group leaders [and] they’d be there for me; they’d help me, if I needed it,” said Emily. Both 2013 graduates, the two sisters now work as charter captains and share how those routines, relationships, and values they established during their time as students have carried over into their journey as young professionals.
CCA’s Director of Academics Dr. Mike Hill, High School Counselor Dr. Clifford Mack, and High School English Teacher Mrs. Shawnteria Mack, M.Ed share the heart behind Black History Month and encourage people of all races to partake in this celebration of Black culture, achievements, and history.
When needs are met, we feel loved. This Valentine’s Day, you can gift your spouse and/or child(ren) with greater awareness and receptivity toward their emotional and relational needs. You won’t be able to find this gift at your neighborhood Walgreens, but thankfully Lisa May, Executive Director of Live the Life South Florida, is here to share how you can prioritize this in your relationships.
Shrek and Jesus have more in common than you think. Our middle school theatre teacher Jennifer Pedraza shares how CCA’s upcoming production of Shrek The Musical JR. points to Jesus and the acceptance we can experience in His Kingdom as His followers.
Who says mission trips are only for adults? God did a mighty work in the lives of our 8th and 11th grade students who traveled to the Bahamas and Mexico this past month because they’re enthusiastically all-in for Jesus. CCA teachers and administrators Mr. Mayo, Ms. Quinnell, and Ms. Fox share the heart behind these student mission trips and the impact they had.