CMA’s Vision for Education
CMA is a Christian school. It is specifically designed to give the finest academic education to those students who are prepared mentally and spiritually to receive Godly instruction.
At CMA, academics are considered a priority, as well as the student’s spiritual growth. CMA believes that the object of education is the formation of character; no child is prepared to make their contribution to the future without the character of Christ having been formed within.
Biblical Christianity is fully embraced by CMA; parents/guardians should be aware that includes the acceptance of the WHOLE Bible as the relevant and inerrant Word of God. CMA also acknowledges that the primary responsibility for shaping the beliefs of children lies with the parents and the local church and that the school operates by their delegated authority.
The Purpose Behind CMA
Christian Ministries Academy is resolved to produce World-Changers. The challenge of the future will require men and women of vision, courage, and ability; it is CMA’s resolute purpose that these brave new leaders be found in the ranks of its graduates.CMA is openly committed to the biblical view of God, world, and of life. The purposes and objectives of the Christian school are based upon this view. No subject can be taught in totality of its truth if the creator, God, is ignored or denied. Education that omits this is only partial truth.
The training of children is regarded as the joint responsibility of the home, church, and the school. The word of God makes it clear that Christian parents want their children educated at home and at school with the consciousness that all truth is God’s truth, and that Jesus Christ is to be central in all learning and living. All of this we seek to do using superior Christian curriculum.
Statement of Doctrines
While we are interdenominational, doctrinally, we hold to these basic fundamental teachings of the Bible, God’s word:
1. The inspiration of the Bible, equally in all parts and without error in its origin.
2. The one God, eternally existent Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, who created man by a direct immediate act.
3. The pre-existence, incarnation, virgin birth, sinless life, miracle, substitutionary death, bodily resurrection, ascension to heaven, and the second coming of the Lord Jesus Christ.
4. The fall of man, the need of regeneration by the operation of the Holy Spirit on the basis of grace alone, and the resurrection of all; to life or damnation.
5. The spiritual relationship of all believers in the Lord Jesus Christ, living a life of righteous works, separated from the world, witnessing of his saving grace through the ministry of the Holy Spirit.