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Spiritual Life

The spiritual growth of students is of first importance at The King’s Academy. Our highest aim is to see students come to know Jesus as Lord and Savior and walk with Him by faith throughout their life.  As a school, we proclaim His excellencies in many ways and through various platforms across the campus.

 

Chapel Program

The spiritual growth of students is of first importance at The King’s Academy. Our highest aim is to see students come to know Jesus as Lord and Savior and walk with Him by faith throughout their life.  As a school, we proclaim His excellencies in many ways and through various platforms across the campus.

Group 3:16 and ONE80 Bible Study

Throughout the year, students can participate in regularly scheduled student-led bible studies called Group 3:16 and ONE80. ONE80 meets on Friday mornings before school and Group 3:16 meets once a week during each lunch hour. In these groups, students hear from their peers as they share from God’s Word and what He is doing in their lives. These are also great opportunities for believers to gather for fellowship and prayer.

See You At The Pole

See You At The Pole connects believers together at the beginning of The King’s Academy school year, so you can stand strong together throughout the year. See You At The Pole is all about prayer. It’s about you coming together and laying aside all of the labels and groups for one day, to simply engage with God in prayer and connect with fellow Christians in unity around the flagpole.

RUSH

Each fall and spring, TKA puts together a special spiritual emphasis time for students called RUSH. During this time, the campus plays host to nationally known Christian speakers, authors, artists, and athletes such as Robert Madu, Mo Isom, J. Warner Wallace, and Charlie Ward Jr.

Titus 2 Groups and REBUILD

Mentorship and discipleship is at the heart of everything that is done in Spiritual Life. Faculty and staff see teaching, coaching, and all other student contact times as an opportunity to mentor and disciple. In addition, TKA wants to raise up the next generation of disciple makers. REBUILD is a program that partners Prefect leaders with a group of seventh-grade students for the purpose of encouragement, fellowship, and guidance. Titus 2 Groups is similar but partners eleventh-grade leaders with fifth-grade students for the same purpose. These groups allow older students to hone their mentorship skills while younger students learn from their elder peers.