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. "The event is kind of a 'spiritual orientation,'" explains teacher Nathan Barrow, who helped organize the event, "a chance for students, staff and families to worship together and experience a large part of what makes GCA special." The evening event is being advertised to the surrounding community as well, providing a chance for families to check out GCA and what makes it unique.
Students and families responded positively to he first "God Moves: Night of Worship" event on September 23rd. This feedback paved the way for this 2nd event in the Spring. Even further, a bi-annual "Night of Worship" has been added to the calendar for the upcoming year as the culmination of Spiritual Emphasis Weeks in the fall and spring. Principal Angelique Randall describes the heart behind the decision:
"Spiritual Emphasis week is student-centered on a directed look at Christ- who HE is and how HE affects our lives. It gives students the opportunity to explore their faith and truths about what they believe Biblically. It is my heart that Spiritual Emphasis week culminates with the students praising and worshiping God in a powerful way. What better way for GCA students to honor and glorify our Father through their gifts and talents than to share the Good News with others? This gives them the opportunity to see the Holy Spirit working throughout our school community, and hopefully, our neighbors in Johnson County."
Look for more details about "God Moves: Night of Worship" in the coming weeks and months.