GCA's "Night of Worship" will return Friday, April 7 from 7:00-8:00pm. "Night of Worship" is a student-led worship experience for MS and HS students and their families.
"The LORD detests lying lips, but he delights in people who are trustworthy." Proverbs 12:22
There are about 171,476 words in the english language. The average person speaks about 20,000 words a day. How many of our words bring glory to God? How many of our words are used to bring people down? How many of our words are used to lie?
Grab your cameras and mark your calendars! GCA's annual middle school talent show, "Pasta to Performance," is coming soon. This year's show will feature a wide-range of talented singers, dancers and musicians from 5th-8th grade, as well as creative short films from GCA's Broadcast Video team.
Well, it’s that time of year. The Winter sports are finally coming to a close, the cold winters will soon vanish, the warm weather will soon arise, and GCA Cougar baseball will prepare for the season ahead.
Proverbs 4:23: “Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it.” Jesus tells us multiple times in the scriptures that what’s in our hearts matters. He tells us this A LOT. From our hearts flows hopes, fears, dreams, anger, anxiety, forgiveness, love, peace, stress, and generosity.
Friday, April 7th marks the return of "God Moves: Night of Worship." Billed as "a student-led worship experience through music and media," the event will feature chapel bands from both middle and high school, testimonies, and even a short film.
On Friday and Saturday night, the GCA basketball teams will face off against Central Christian for their annual Winter homecoming games. The competition is expected to be fierce, and both teams are preparing to face off in what is certainly the biggest sporting event of the season.
Sometimes as we’re going through life we face physical storms: problems in relationships, deaths, money problems, temptations, and etc. Not all of us are going to face physical storms, but Jesus says that we will all eventually face the storms of life.
Any curious passerbys may have noticed the mysterious mechanical hum of machinery emanating from room 118 throughout the past week. The unlikely culprit? Four 3D printers, courtesy of Indy's own "1st Maker Space." Dr. Pignan Shi, teacher of the new "Introduction to Engineering" class, uses the printers daily in his lessons. For high school students, the lessons learned in the class are invaluable: "Students learn 3D design and printing and how the design process works."
Anyone driving by Greenwood Christian Academy on Saturday morning, December 17th may have wondered at the sight of runners clad in Santa Suits shuffling down the icy street. Who would brave rain and cold to run outside dressed as St. Nick? The participants of GCA's first annual "Christmas Fun Run," that's who.
On Monday, December 5th, the 5th and 6th grade students ventured to Biztown for their annual business outing.
In a previous post, we described GCA Freshman Cameron Northern's charitable work for Nyaka AIDS Orphans Project. After Cameron shared her "100 for 100" campaign, a call to raise $100 per day for 100 days, at GCA's chapel service, the students donated money for Nyaka. In just one day, GCA gave $1,340.
As we gather together this holiday season, it can be easy to forget the blessings and opportunities around us. But it’s also easy to forget who provides those wonderful gifts in our lives.
Cougar basketball is on the rise. With an upcoming game on November 22nd, and with only one returning senior on the team, many would call this year the team's rebuilding year, but they have a different idea for the season.