WHO WE ARE
We are parents, educators and administrators who have a conviction that we shouldn't have to choose between an excellent education or a Christian environment. We believe our children need and deserve both. We are committed to offer an excellent education in a Christ centered environment. We believe in parents and the importance of their involvement in their child's class and education and input in the school. We want to partner with parents to raise students that are prepared to excel, lead, and impact the world for Christ.
The purpose of Word of God Academy is to focus on the Ten Biblical Principles of Kingdom Education and to assist Christian parents in educating, equipping, and encouraging their children to embrace these principles; to strive for academic excellence and model Christ-like leadership in the home, church, and the community for the next generation.
EDUCATIONAL GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
Word of God Academy (WOGA) exists because of the belief that Christian parents should have the opportunity to give their child a quality education based on Kingdom Education. Our school views itself as a ministry of Word of God Ministries and seeks to teach the greater Caddo – Bossier - DeSoto community for Christ. Word of God Academy’s students will acquire wisdom, knowledge and a Biblical worldview as evidenced by a lifestyle of character, leadership, service, stewardship, and worship. Therefore, the aim of Word of God Academy is to aid each student to grow in understanding God and man; to develop one’s capabilities to the highest degree; to become mature and complete and live life to its fullest in Christ.
THE TEN BIBLICAL PRINCIPLES OF KINGDOM EDUCATION
The goals and objectives of WOGA is that education of children and youth:
1.Is the primary responsibility of the parent.
2.Is a 24 hour-a-day, 7 day-per-week process that continues from birth till maturity.
3.Must have as its primary goal the salvation and discipleship of the next generation.
4.Must be based on God’s Word as absolute truth.
5.Must hold Christ preeminent in all of life.
6.Must not hinder the spiritual and moral development of the next generation.
7. If and when delegated by parents, must be done with utmost care to ensure that all
teachers follow these principles.
8.Results in the formation of a belief system or worldview that will be patterned after the
belief systems or worldviews of the person’s teacher.
9.Must lead to true wisdom and understanding by connecting all knowledge to a biblical
10. Must have a view of the future that includes the eternal perspective.