Wisdom | Character | Service
Biblical worldview, Christian character and Academic excellence:
Maranatha Christian Academy follows the guidelines of the Six Pillars of Character from Character Counts. Faith in Christ and Building Character are intricately woven together in Scriptures. As we learn and grow in our Walk with Christ (1 John 2:6) we are also challenged to build Character in our lives (Romans 5:4). These go hand-in-hand as we grow in our relationship with Christ and as young people learn to become Christian adults.
The Six Pillars of Character are:
Our Walk with Christ and Good Character is expressed in our everyday choices. It is all part of growing up to become a responsible adult.
As a faculty we are committed to providing your student with a quality education centered on a Biblical Worldview and preparing them for their collegiate career. We consider it a privilege to serve the Lord and each Maranatha family as we minister and teach your student.
We have created 16 Biblical Truth Statements regarding issues in our culture:
- The Bible is our ultimate authority and is the only source of absolute truth.
- Christians should respect and accept all people.
- The only way to have a personal relationship with God is through Jesus Christ.
- God is the Creator and Sustainer of all life.
- The Bible says marriage is between a man and a woman.
- Man is responsible to preserve our environment.
- War is sometimes necessary to defend freedom and protect life.
- Government and those in authority have been established by God.
- We should do our best to complete our responsibilities.
- Entertainment should be edifying according to God’s word.
- We should take care of the body God has given us.
- When we follow God, we should be in control of what we see, say and do.
- Our home, school and church should all be based on God’s Word.
- We need to be good stewards with all that God has provided.
- To get to know Christ better, we need to read God’s Word and pray daily.
- Life begins in the mother’s womb, and no one has the right to shed innocent blood.