2017-2018
Spiritual LifeTheme 

This year, the spiritual life theme is “The Upside-Down Kingdom." We will be exploring the Sermon on the Mount from Matthew, chapters 5-7.  Living for Christ today calls us to live “upside down” or counter-culturally. In the Sermon on the Mount, we find a morality, a value system, a devotion to the Lord, and an emphasis on relationships that cuts across the grain of the 21st century.  We will be challenged to live a transformed life for Christ.

SPIRITUAL LIFE

Mission

The mission of the Spiritual Life Department is to lead students to become fully devoted followers of Christ.

Although The King's Academy places high value on academic excellence, it differs from other schools in that everything at TKA is designed to bring students closer to God, to create strong relationship between students and staff, and to build Christian servant leaders.

The entire student body has daily opportunities to mature spiritually through home groups, retreats, chapels, clubs, peer groups, mentoring and service.

Campus Ministries

Junior High and High School Chapels

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 local youth pastors, TKA alumni and staff, and well-known pastors and authors such as Jim Burns, Brad Henning and Josh McDowell. 

We want our students to understand that all Scripture is important and that the entire Bible was written by God to share the good news of His Son.





Daily Home Groups

The ethic behind all campus ministry is an understanding that small investments over long periods of time reap great rewards. Students meet with their home group each morning to start the day. Home groups are organized by gender and grade. The goal of home groups is to create a safe, loving, relational environment where students have fun, engage with one another, attend to daily announcements, and share in brief moments of spiritual focus such as prayer, devotion, testimony, etc.

All School Clubs 

How to describe a TKA Club? Spirited, loud, zany, unexpected, crazy, creative, hilarious, fun! Club is 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 sports rallies, games, competitions, music, video, and live performances.

 

     


     

     



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    562 N. Britton Avenue, Sunnyvale, California 94085
    Near Fair Oaks Ave. and Hwy 101

    (408) 481-9900

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