Tag Archives: Early Childhood Education

The Promise of Forgiveness

The following excerpt is from a sermon preached to the Grammar School students of Annapolis Christian Academy by ACA faculty member, Rev. Andres Garcia on the promise of God’s forgiveness.

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The Promises of God Part II

We are studying the Promises of God in chapel this year.  Last week we talked about Presents and Promises. We agreed that God’s promises are for sure.  When God promises something, it will happen.  When God makes a promise, you can count on it. We also said that God’s promises are like presents—the best kinds of presents you will ever receive.  God’s promises are the kinds of presents that don’t wear out; they don’t break and they don’t get old.  God’s promises last forever and they also tell us something about God and His nature.

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Meet the New ACA Faculty: 2016-2017

Choosing the right school for your child can be a challenging decision for any parent. There are a multitude of important things to consider from environment to test scores to reputation to facilities etc. But by far the most important criteria involves the quality of teachers.  True teaching is a high and noble calling and nothing is more important than the quality and integrity of your child’s teachers.  Each year, Annapolis does extensive searching, interviewing, and vetting of new teachers to find the best and brightest candidates.  This year is no exception and we are very proud to introduce you to the latest members of the Warrior Faculty!

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Respecting Readiness

Is your child “ready” for first grade? Is she “ready” to learn reading, writing, and arithmetic? If you attempt to answer this question by looking at her birth certificate and the calendar, you’re looking in the wrong direction. Chronological age and arbitrary cut-offs are completely irrelevant. The only thing that truly matters is your child’s individual rate and pattern of development.

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