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Mission & Doctrine


Mission Statement
The mission of Liberty Christian School is to educate and train the whole student physically, emotionally, intellectually, and spiritually.

PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION
Since the Lord requires a fit vessel, guidelines for personal habits, definite dress code, and proper activities are provided. The student is also given the opportunity to learn self-discipline and the principle that, if one cannot control his or her own actions and emotions, invariably someone else will control them for him or her. The student must honor the rights of others and respect manners, rules, and laws, all of which are created to preserve his or her freedom. Not only must a young person have his or her appearance and actions reflect the Lord Jesus Christ, but they must also have wisdom, knowledge, and understanding to serve the Lord in the task he would choose. Therefore, the Bible is not substituted for any academic subject, but is integrated into the total educational program. The Bible is taught so the student will develop sound values that will govern every part of his or her life. Liberty Christian School seeks to send out into the world young people who will truly be Champions for Christ.

DOCTRINAL STATEMENT
Without any apology, Liberty Christian School, a ministry of Palmetto Avenue Baptist Church, holds to the statement of faith of the church. Briefly that statement is: We believe in the inspiration of the Scripture, the Triune God, salvation by grace through faith as the free gift of God, the necessity of repentance, eternal security of the believer, the prominence of the local church, baptism by immersion as the doorway to church membership, the ordinance of the Lord's Supper, the devout observance of the first day of the week as the Lord's Day, the honoring of civil government, and the imminent return of the Lord Jesus Christ.

To learn more about the doctrine and ministry of Palmetto Avenue Baptist Church visit the church's website at www.pabc-lcs.org