How many times have you wanted a personal guide to parenting?
The First Academy created Parent University to help our families navigate this journey of parenthood.
Parent University provides courses to empower and equip parents with resources to raise children as Christian leaders. We invite you to join us as we grow and learn together from special speakers and group sessions.
Courses cover a variety of topics and can be anywhere from one to twelve sessions. Most courses happen once or twice annually.
Each year The First Academy brings in subject area experts to educate our parents and employees. One eye-opening favorite is Social Media Attorney Lori Smith, who helps parents navigate the pitfalls of social media, and the lasting effects with students.
Presented by Michelle Blanco and Rebekah Kinard from Campus Crusade for Christ in the Boyd-Moline Library on February 20, 2020 at 6:00pm. This workshop will focus on ways to equip your child for conversations about race and God’s design for oneness, and to build student leaders who can flourish in diverse relationships. Free childcare and pizza for the kids will be provided.
Pastor Victor Flores
“Like arrows in the hand of a warrior are the children of one’s youth.”
The Biblical imagery of children as arrows is not the typical view we have of our children. After all, an arrow is an offensive weapon designed to hit and penetrate its intended target. What does the psalmist mean then when he writes that children are “like arrows in the hand of a warrior?” If we parents are indeed warriors, how then do we raise our arrow-children in such a way that they will, through their Gospel-saturated lives, make the most impact for the gospel of Christ? In “Raise to Release,” Victor and Esther Flores invite readers to consider the implication the imagery of children as arrows has on parenting, world evangelism, and the glory of God. Their prayer is to awaken parent-warriors that will build their homes with a clear target, a focused aim, and arrow-children who are shaped and released to have an eternal impact for the fame of our King!
Pastor Victor Flores
What does it mean to be the “spiritual head” of a family? The role of a Dad in the Bible starts with leadership. Leadership simply means influence. Therefore, a biblically-based dad should influence his family. He should exemplify, with words and actions, attributes that bring glory to God and value to the family. He’s tuned in to his family’s needs and concerned for their spiritual growth and welfare. He provides physical support, grace, and encouragement. This means our leadership focus is one of love and self-sacrifice.
MS 8th Grade Portraits
7:30 AM-4:00 PM
Pre – Library Story Time
10:00 AM-10:30 AM
US 13 Year Senior Lunch
01:10 PM-01:55 PM
Middle School Tennis vs Windermere Prep
04:00 PM-05:30 PM