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Some decisions in life are easy. Deciding where to put your children in school is not one of them. There are so many variables and so many aspects to choosing a school. You have to consider the quality of education, the safety of the learning environment, the strength of relationships, the consistency of the teaching with what is taught at home., and so much more. Since 1956, thousands of parents of PreK-12th graders have trusted CCCS as a partner in the education of their children. I would like to share what I believe are strengths of Crescent City Christian School and should be considered in such a decision.

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  • We believe that Jesus is the Eternal Son of God and both the Savior and Lord of all who believes and trusts Him (Acts 2:36)
  • By virtue of His life, death, and resurrection, He is the master and ruler of Life (Philippians 2:5-11).  The right to rule our lives now belongs to Him (Matthew 28:18).
  • Jesus is both Savior and Lord (Acts 2:36).

Sin entered into the human race by Adam and Eve’s choosing to eat of the forbidden tree in disobedience to God’s explicit instructions.  Sin has dominated mankind since that rebellious choice by Adam and Eve. (Gen. 3:17-21; Romans 3:10-18, 23; 5:12; 7:18; 8:8; Gal 5:19).

  • We are saved by faith in Jesus who died as the substitute for our sins (Hebrews 9:12). We are saved by grace (the unmerited and unearned favor of God through faith) and not be our own good works (Eph. 2:8,9).
  • The simple conditions of salvation revealed in the New Testament are as follows: (1) conviction of Sin (John 16:8), (2) repentance from sin, a change of attitude that leads to a change in action (Acts 3:19; Matthew 19: 28-31), (3) faith in Jesus Christ, and (4) confession of that faith (Romans 10:9,10).
  • Salvation is a gift of God to all who commit themselves to Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.
  • The Bible is verbally inspired, which means that God revealed Himself and His message to His messengers (Heb. 1:1).
  • The Bible is eternal, which means that its message is never out-of-date. (1 Peter 1:23-25)
  • The Bible is sufficient, which means it contains all the redemptive truth that we need. Other books may be helpful, but no other is necessary. It is completely adequate to teach us what to believe and how to live (2 Timothy 3:16, 17).

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