Anyone walking through the preschool and elementary classrooms the first week in February is transported to one of the seven continents. Each year, SBCA teachers set aside time in their classes to study a continent.
What a blessing our Chapel services have been this year! It's been such a joy to watch our students engage, learn and grow! We are so thankful for the continued investment in our middle and high school students by our local youth pastors...
What an exciting month September turned out to be! Our Key Club students had the opportunity to travel over to St. Rose, La., to serve a small community there with their Hurricane Ida recovery efforts. We also hosted our own See You At The Pole event here on campus and were blessed to have four of our local youth pastors join us.
By: Kris Deese, Dean of Spiritual Formation At SBCA, we are striving to cultivate hearts for loving and blessing others through serving and giving. The ministry of Samaritan’s Purse and Operation Christmas Child (OCC) does just that. OCC is an amazing opportunity for our students and their families to get involved in international missions by
This year SBCA students are celebrating missions week February 3-7. Our teacher’s set aside time in their classes to study one of the seven continents. Students explore the customs and culture of their part of the world with a special emphasis placed on missions.