Why does God guide us toward a heart of gratitude in His Word? Watch this one-minute vlog from CCA President Dr. Jason Rachels as he shares his thoughts on the matter in preparation for Thanksgiving.
Why does God guide us toward a heart of gratitude in His Word? Is it so we can be well-mannered or feel good about ourselves?
In this two-minute vlog, CCA President Dr. Jason Rachels shares his thoughts as we prepare to gather around our tables this Thanksgiving.
May your spirit be lifted and your faith be increased as you remember all that the Lord has done for you and your family.
“The LORD has done great things for us, and we are filled with joy.” —Psalm 126:3
Dr. Rachels has faithfully dedicated 23 years of service to CCA since its opening in 2000. He started as an Assistant Principal, and then God raised him up to serve as Elementary Principal, High School Principal, Head of School, and now as President. In his current role, he has been busy dreaming and praying about the future of CCA, supporting all four of its campuses, and equipping leaders — both staff and students — to change the world for Jesus Christ.
“Freedom is not free, for it is paid for by those that protect it.” Learn how CCA Elementary students have made connections with West Point cadets through a program founded by CCA alumnus Brock Peyton (Class of 2022) who is currently in his second year at the United States Military Academy. To all who have served and are currently serving – we honor and salute you! 🇺🇸
Gifts can come in many forms. Some gifts are monetary, others are handcrafted, and others can meet a practical need. God often calls us to step out and offer the gifts He has given us to be used for a greater purpose, which in turn displays His goodness. Discover how two individuals gave what they had to meet a need and impact the CCA community.
As humans, we often resort to making excuses as a way to avoid taking responsibility for our actions. Children are no different. Jan Lashbrook, CCA’s Early Childhood Director, offers valuable insight for parents to empower their children to act responsibly in light of God’s love and grace.