Liberty Christian School, established in 1961, exists utilizing the Bible as the foundation of learning and recognizing Christ as the Master Teacher. It is dedicated to providing a strong academic program while offering unique opportunities in the fine arts. Liberty Christian School’s goal is to grow as it guides the community in understanding the importance of Christian education.
LCS will strive to provide a Christ-centered educational program focusing on spiritual growth and academic excellence which honors God in all respects.
Preparation of Students. Liberty Christian School will strive to offer the best academic preparation to the students. We will make every effort to offer a program that will prepare students to make the next transition in his or her academic career. Proverbs 3:5-6; Luke 2:52
Biblical Foundation. Integration of faith will be maintained in all academic areas. II Timothy 3:16
Partnership with Families. Parents have the primary responsibility for the education of their children. Liberty Christian School exists to partner with parents in the nurture and admonition of the Lord. Deuteronomy 6:4-9; Ephesians 6: 1-4
Modeling Christ. The Bible states that when children mature, they will be like their teachers. The teacher is the living curriculum in the classroom and must model a Christian life consistently. Therefore, we will strive to have teachers who have trusted in Christ as Lord and Savior. Luke 6:40
Commitment to Financial Stability. Liberty Christian School will maintain a financial and business approach that balances budget and incorporates conservative principles. 1 Corinthians 4:2; Matthew 5:21
Environment. Liberty Christian School will strive to create an atmosphere of love and respect among the school community. John 13:34
Statement of Faith
The Bible affirms that Almighty God, the omnipotent, omniscient, and omnipresent Creator of the universe is eternally existent in the persons of God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit.
The Bible affirms that God exists apart from the limitations of time and creation. Therefore, He pre-existed creation and will still exist after He has finally judged the earth and its inhabitants.
The Bible affirms that Jesus of Nazareth is the only begotten Son of God and the promised Messiah of the Old Testament. He was born of a virgin, lived a life without sin and in total harmony with His Father, and He was crucified. He arose bodily from the grave after three days and ascended back into heaven where He sits at the right hand of the Father. He will come again on a day which is known only to God to judge both those who have died and those who remain alive at His returning. Those who have accepted God’s terms of pardon will be judged to eternal life in His presence and those who have rejected His salvation to eternal destruction.
The Bible affirms that the indwelling presence of the Holy Spirit in the believer’s life gives the believer comfort and help in time of distress; that He intercedes for us when our prayers cannot be adequately expressed (Romans 8:26); and that He gives the believer strength to live the kind of life God expects and outlines in His Word.
The Bible affirms that the Bible in its original autographs, both the Old and New Testaments, are the infallible, inerrant, and final revelation of God to man. We believe that when rightly divided, the Bible serves as the only and final authority and guide for our worship and practice of daily Christian living.
The Bible affirms that God’s terms of salvation are as outlined in the New Testament of the Bible. That is, after the alien sinner hears the Gospel message preached and has came to believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of the Living God, he must repent (turn away from ) his sins (Acts 2:38, Acts 3:19), confess his belief before men (Romans 10:9, 10) and be baptized (totally immersed) in water (Mark 16:16, Acts 2:38, Romans 6:3-5, Galatians 3:27, I Peter 3:21). The purpose for and result of Christian baptism are twofold: to receive forgiveness for sins and to receive the indwelling Gift of the Holy Spirit. (Acts 2:38)