Equipping Students to Impact the World
Daily Bible classes, weekly chapel services, annual missions trips, continual service opportunities, and Christian clubs help the 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 the journey of life.
Ears To Hear: the Parables from Matthew
Even though we attend different churches and live in different cites, at CVCA the banner we rally under is Jesus Christ. Each year we choose a book of the Bible to study during our weekly chapels. This year we are studying the book of Matthew, specifically the parables found in Matthew.
“Whoever has ears, let them hear.” Matthew 13:9
Students at CVCA volunteer a combined minimum of 6,200 hours every year as they partner with their Bible teachers to develop a lifestyle of serving others in the name of Christ in their churches, communities, and world. Many students far exceed the minimum 8-hour requirement each semester. The following are examples of projects students have been involved with this year: hurricane relief, raising money for Leukemia research, supporting a deaf school in the Dominican Republic, missions trips, helping in church ministries, providing snacks for an inner city kids club, helping at food banks, volunteering at hospitals, and much more.