Our Beliefs

Faith Heritage School is a multi-denominational Christian School with a conservative biblical orientation. 

All our teachers pledge to uphold the deity of Christ and the inspiration of the Old and New Testaments, not to promote minor issues that divide the body of believers.

Statement of Faith

The Word of God

We believe the Holy Bible to be the inspired, infallible, authoritative Word of God, and that it is the supreme and final authority in faith and life.

The Trinity

We believe that there is one God, eternally existing in three persons; Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

Jesus, the Son of God

We believe in the deity of our Lord Jesus Christ, in His virgin birth, in His sinless life, in His miracles, in His vicarious death and atonement through His shed blood, in His bodily resurrection, in His ascension to the right hand of the Father where He is now interceding for us as High Priest and Advocate, and we expect His promised personal return soon for His Church.

Atonement & Forgiveness

We believe that the Lord Jesus Christ died for our sins as a representative and substitutionary sacrifice, according to the Scripture; and that all who truly repent of their sins and believe in Him are justified by the vicarious merit of His shed blood.

The Holy Spirit

We believe in the present ministry of the Holy Spirit, by whose indwelling the Christian is enabled to live in fruitful obedience to God’s laws.

The Resurrection & Judgment

We believe in the resurrection of both the saved and the lost: the saved into everlasting joy in Heaven with Christ; the lost into everlasting conscious torment in Hell with Satan.

The Unity of Believers

We believe in the spiritual unity of believers in our Lord Jesus Christ.

Philosophy of Education

We believe a Christian education is more than a good academic education taught by Christian teachers with Bible class or an additional chapel. In every subject (history, science, mathematics, English, etc.), God's Word can and should be revealed. This is done because we recognize that God's Word is truth (John 17:17).

Christ-centered instruction is dependent on a Biblical philosophy that provides a viewpoint, general background truth, and principles for interpreting the facts encountered in the study of any subject.

We believe that the objectives of a Christian educational program are:

To teach that the Lord Jesus Christ is the Son of God who came to earth to die for our sin.
(John 1:1, 1 Tim 1:15)

To teach the necessity of being born again by the Spirit of God by receiving the Lord Jesus Christ.
(John 3:7, 16)

To teach that growth in the Christian life depends upon fellowship with God through reading the Bible, prayer, and service.
(1 Cor 3:6, Ps 119:11,  Acts 17:11,  Acts 1:14, Eph 4:12)
To teach that the Bible is the only Word of God. It is practical and important.
(2 Tim 3:16-17, 2 Pet 1:20-21, Rev 22:18-19)

To teach the application of Biblical ethics and standards of morality to every part of life.
(Titus 2:12, Rom 12:13-14)

To teach the student to manifest fairness, courtesy, kindness, and other Christian graces.
(Rom 12:9-13)
To teach the student to get along with non-Christians and with Christians who hold differing views.
(1 Tim 3:7, Gal 6:10, Mark 9:40, Rom 12:18)

To relate various subject matter areas with the truth of the Bible.
(1 Cor 2:9-16, 2 Tim 3:16)

To teach that God is the Creator and Sustainer of the universe and of man.
(Gen 1:1, Heb 1:3, Gen 1:27)
To teach the student to apply himself to his work to fulfill his various responsibilities.
(1 Tim 4:15, Proverbs 6:6; 10:4, Eccles 9:10)

To teach the student to work independently and cooperatively.
(Eccles 9:10, Col 3:23, Rom 12:18; 14:19)

To teach the student to think for himself and to stand up for his personal convictions in the face of pressure.
(Titus 2:12, Acts 4:19-20, Daniel 3:18; 6:10,22) 
To develop the creative skills of the student.
(Gen 1:27; 4:21-22)

To develop an appreciation of the fine arts.
(Gen 2:9)

To develop effective communication skills in the student.
(Eccles 12:9-11, 2 Cor 14:33-40 )
To teach the knowledge and skills required for future study or for occupational competence.
(Provers 22:6, Matt 25:14-30)

To develop desire and discretion in wholesome physical and mental recreation.
(1 Tim 4:8, Romans 12:2)

To teach our American heritage and the current problems facing our country and the world. (Romans 13:1) 
To show the student his present civic responsibility and to prepare him for adult responsibility as a citizen of heaven and a citizen of our nation.
(Romans 13:1, 1 Tim 2:1-2) 

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