Faith & Learning

Daily Bible classes, weekly chapel services, annual missions trips, continual service opportunities, and Christian clubs help our faculty and staff connect with students to impact others through the Gospel and for the Kingdom of God.

The ministry of equipping is done in the context of relationships. The Student Ministries Department helps organize people and programs at CVCA to this end. Our Student Ministries staff also provides a ministry of availability to meet with students through their time at CVCA.

Equipping Students to Impact the World

Our goal is that students would come to love God with all their heart, soul, mind, and strength; and then be moved to love others through:

  • Missions Opportunities
  • Christian Clubs and Organizations
  • Connections Groups and Houses
  • Service Opportunities

Equipping Students to Impact the World

Our goal is that students would come to love God with all their heart, soul, mind, and strength; and then be moved to love others through:

  • Missions Opportunities
  • Christian Clubs and Organizations
  • Connections Groups and Houses
  • Service Opportunities

2021-2022 Chapel Banner: Sit, Walk, Stand

Every year we choose a book of the Bible to study in Chapel, and that becomes our Chapel Banner for the year. The imagery of a banner is one we see in the Old Testament – it was something to rally people under. At CVCA, even though students and faculty attend over 200 different churches, live in different cities, and come from a variety of different backgrounds, the Banner that we rally under is Jesus Christ. We follow Jesus; we lift Him high; we celebrate His life, death, and resurrection; and are linked together because of Him.

One very specific way we honor Jesus is by valuing His Word, so for the 2021-2022 school year we are studying the book of Ephesians. We’ve entitled this Banner “SIT, WALK, STAND,” based on three distinct positions found in the Book of Ephesians that communicate a progression in our lives as believers:

  • SIT: Rest and know who we are in Christ.
  • WALK: Live out our faith in our relationships with God and others.
  • STAND: Firmly follow our orders to stand together knowing that we are a part of a spiritual battle.

2021-2022 Chapel Banner: Sit, Walk, Stand

Every year we choose a book of the Bible to study in Chapel, and that becomes our Chapel Banner for the year. The imagery of a banner is one we see in the Old Testament – it was something to rally people under. At CVCA, even though students and faculty attend over 200 different churches, live in different cities, and come from a variety of different backgrounds, the Banner that we rally under is Jesus Christ. We follow Jesus; we lift Him high; we celebrate His life, death, and resurrection; and are linked together because of Him.

One very specific way we honor Jesus is by valuing His Word, so for the 2021-2022 school year we are studying the book of Ephesians. We’ve entitled this Banner “SIT, WALK, STAND,” based on three distinct positions found in the Book of Ephesians that communicate a progression in our lives as believers:

  • SIT: Rest and know who we are in Christ.
  • WALK: Live out our faith in our relationships with God and others.
  • STAND: Firmly follow our orders to stand together knowing that we are a part of a spiritual battle.

Worshipful Community

Every Thursday during Chapel, CVCA faculty, staff, and students come together to worship, study God’s Word, pray, and participate in musical praise. It is a reminder amidst the busyness of the school week to set our hearts and minds on the things above (Colossians 3:2) and to exalt Jesus Christ as a community.

The purpose of Chapel is to create space and opportunity for students to connect with God in meaningful ways which are Scripture-focused and engaging. This includes corporate singing, Biblical teaching, celebration, and student/faculty involvement. Our goal for our Chapel services is that our community would have the same heart as the King David when he wrote, “Oh, magnify the Lord with me, and let us exalt his name together” (Psalm 34:3).

Worshipful Community

Every Thursday during Chapel, CVCA faculty, staff, and students come together to worship, study God’s Word, pray, and participate in musical praise. It is a reminder amidst the busyness of the school week to set our hearts and minds on the things above (Colossians 3:2) and to exalt Jesus Christ as a community.

The purpose of Chapel is to create space and opportunity for students to connect with God in meaningful ways which are Scripture-focused and engaging. This includes corporate singing, Biblical teaching, celebration, and student/faculty involvement. Our goal for our Chapel services is that our community would have the same heart as the King David when he wrote, “Oh, magnify the Lord with me, and let us exalt his name together” (Psalm 34:3).

“I am incredibly thankful for the impact the teachers at CVCA have had on me. They are supportive, and it is incredible to see how personal they are with each and every one of their students. It has been so inspiring to hear their stories and see how they live out Christ in their lives.”
Jack
Student