Skills Education Day Success

Skills Education Day Success

On April 10, 2024, FCS held its first Skills Education Day, organized and led by FCS parent Ken Carter. Tenth grade students received instruction and were invited to experience hands-on training in these areas: Welding Torch cutting Plasma cutting Blacksmith forging Interested 11th and 12th grade students also participated. Students had a blast learning about […]

Our Roots & Fruit

Posted 4/12/24 I know everyone is already on their way (at least mentally if not physically) to the Semester Break so I’ll keep it short and just share the recent post from The Palest Ink with you. The title is Planted and Rooted. Is your life rooted, grounded, and settled in the Word of God? Is your child’s? An […]

Disorder or Peace

Posted 4/6/24 James 3:16 “For where envying and strife is, there is confusion (disorder, tumult, unquietness) and every evil work.”  Contrast that with “the wisdom that is from above (God’s wisdom)” in verse 17 which “is first pure, then peaceable, gentle, . . . .”  Envying and strife are twin sins that don’t require much explanation.  We are too often comfortable […]

He is Risen Indeed

Posted 3/30/24 This weekend is the worldwide celebration or at least remembrance of Jesus’ resurrection as the pivot point of all history as well as the end of Women’s History Month. As this confused world screams about how important women are while simultaneously, intentionally seeking to destroy the very essence of femininity, God’s Word embodied in […]

The Flyer

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NCCSA Jr & Sr High Fine Arts Results

  Congratulations to our junior and senior high school students who participated and placed in the NCCSA Fine Arts Competitions on March 20-22! Great job to the students and staff who put in extra hours of practice and hard work for this year’s competition. FCS placed in numerous group and individual categories. See Friendship’s results […]

Who is the Fool?

Published 3/17/24 This morning, our church concluded it annual missions conference.  We were privileged to hear from three couples serving the Lord in remote, primitive, jungle, and tribal fields. I was personally challenged to remember the Biblical truth from Matthew 10:39: “He that findeth his life shall lose it: and he that loseth his life for my […]

Trust Issues

Published 3/8/24 In the endearing 2022 movie “A Man Called Otto”, actor Tom Hanks does what he does best ~ brings humanity to the screen.  Tom Hanks is one of the most beloved, bankable stars in Hollywood.  Known as an all-around nice guy, he has captured the hearts and minds of his audiences for years. […]

Eat, Drink, and….

Published 2/24/24 “Eat, Drink, and be Merry for tomorrow we die!” has widely been adopted by many as the official and sometimes unofficial motto of living life. Most weekends are reserved for partying, drinking, binge-watching, and just living life to the fullest in general with many dreading Monday morning and the return to work and responsibility that […]

Our One True Guide

Published 2/9/2024 1647. . . As the seed that would grow to become the towering oak of the United States of America was being planted, the people of Massachusetts passed the Old Deluder Satan Act out of a belief that education was crucial for children to learn to read so they could read the Bible […]