Jonathan Lambeth (14 articles)
Jonathan Lambeth


Everyday Talk Have you heard it said that what children become is often more “caught” than “taught?”  What we say about what we believe (or should believe) about God and His will is very important, but so is what we say and do when going to the grocery store, talking about other people, making our… Read More»


Growing on to Maturity

This year, two things went terribly wrong with many crops:  a late freeze followed by a drought.  Two extremes, about as far apart as can be imagined, had the same effect–little or no “fruit.”  The first event explains why my family had ONE–yes, one–apple on our tree, and only five peaches.  We had even tried to protect the branches.  We… Read More»


Eagle Fit–Students Helping Students!

The mission of Faith Christian School is to help parents raise their children to live effectively in God’s world.  This includes helping those in need who really want a Christian education.  FCS is not about making “private education” a status symbol.  Instead, FCS strives to glorify God by making excellent, Christ-centered, academic training and discipleship available, affordable, and highly… Read More»


Reading South of the Border

In one day over Christmas break, the elementary hallway and classrooms at Faith Christian School went through an amazing transformation.  For the following two weeks, the students seemed to be joyfully living in another country–Mexico!  They produced Mexican instruments from recycled materials, sang Mexican songs, made flags, learned to say familiar Spanish phrases, traded in the market, and even ate… Read More»


Teachers as Heroes

by Mr. Justin Brownfield, Elementary Teacher I want to be just like…  A look at the heroes of my life “Follow my example, as I follow the example of Christ.”  These are the words of Paul when he wrote to the church at Corinth. God’s Word clearly shows believers that we must “make it our… Read More»


“They Keep Singing This Song!”

by Mr. Nathan Jones, Elementary Music Director I’ve heard that statement from many parents since school started back in August. That’s great to hear! Everyone loves music—singing it, moving to it, playing it—even just listening to it. Here are some ways that we’re helping our students love music in new ways this year.


Grandparents’ Day 2011

The significance of grandparents in a child’s life cannot be overstated, and their influence lives on for generations.  Proverbs 17:6 says, “Grandchildren are the crown of old men, and the glory of sons is their fathers.”  Deuteronomy 4:9 gives this powerful command–“Only give heed to yourself and keep your soul diligently, so that you do not forget… Read More»

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