Chapels and Friday Clubs
The King’s Academy provides separate chapel experiences for our junior high and senior high students. At chapel, students pray together, sing together, and worship God together. Through chapels, students learn to apply Christian principles to the real issues they face, such as peer pressure and family conflicts. Guest speakers have included well-known pastors and authors such as Jim Burns, Brad Henning and Josh McDowell, as well as local youth pastors.
2012-2013 Chapel Theme: Radical
The Spiritual Life Department is excited to announce this year’s theme, “Radical!” In our everyday usage, “radical” means someone who is “wild,” or “crazy,” or even someone who lives “to extremes.” Someone who is “radical” is often seen to be “out of the box” and “unconventional.” However, the word “radical” comes from the Latin“radicalis” which meens “to be rooted;” (it is where the word “radish” comes from). In other words, people who are “radical” are “deeply rooted.” It is not simply that someone is a little crazy, out of their minds, or even out of control. It is that they are so deeply rooted in something profound and powerful, to the rest of the world that is not rooted in the same way, it looks,… well, radical.
SEMESTER 1: Chapel Topics, Verse of Week, Converse Questions
SEMESTER 2: Chapel Topics, Verse of Week, Converse Questions
How to describe a TKA Club Friday? Spirited, loud, zany, unexpected, crazy, creative, hilarious, fun! Club is a time when our entire student body comes together for an exciting time, which fosters community and school spirit. Club is a celebration of God’s love for us, and yes, there is usually a joyful noise! Club activities include games, competitions, music, video, and live performances.