The “D” in D-Groups

By ECA Staff | Feb 5, 2020

by Bob DeRuiter, Secondary Principal  Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name  of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey  everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very  end of the age.” Matthew…

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Celebrating the Fiftieth: Understand Jubilee

By Jim Johnson | Dec 5, 2019

ECA is approaching the halfway mark of its 49th year of Christian schooling in Colorado Springs, and already we are preparing to celebrate its 50th Anniversary. My question for you is this: “If we truly understand the biblical concept of Jubilee, why wait to celebrate?” In human terms, we can get wrapped up in the…

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We Serve because He Served

By ECA Staff | Oct 18, 2019

  Each year at ECA we observe what has become known as Impact Day. This is a day that we as a school (the Secondary Campus) set aside to get out of the classroom in order to serve others in our community. Students, staff and faculty get the privilege of serving churches, organizations, families and…

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Biblical Support for Both Sides of our 2019 Public Forum Debate?

By ECA Staff | Sep 25, 2019

Through Classical Christian education, ECA students are enabled to know the truth, reason in truth, persuade in truth, and thus are to be found walking in the truth. This is our hope and prayer for each of our students as they progress toward graduation.  It is my privilege to teach Rhetoric (the art of persuasion) to…

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Let the Little Children Come to Me

By ECA Staff | Aug 30, 2019

But Jesus called them to him, saying, ‘Let the children come to me and do not hinder them, for to such belongs the kingdom of God. Truly, I say to you, whoever does not receive the kingdom of God like a child shall not enter it.’ Luke 18:16-17 I would like to welcome each of…

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Ambassadors for Christ, Classical Christian Education, and ECA! 

By Jim Johnson | May 1, 2019

I’m writing this article in the midst of Passion Week, a time when Christians commemorate the days of Christ’s life on earth leading up to His resurrection. While we can become enthralled with the recounting of the events, I am enchanted with the results! The fact that Jesus took on our sins at the cross, thus…

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Forging a New Path

By Jim Johnson | Oct 21, 2018

As Accredited members of the Association of Classical Christian Schools, Evangelical Christian Academy benefits from the ability to use some of their national promotional products.  A short time ago, we ran Part 1 of Geronimo!  Amen!, a video presentation to acquaint people with the definition and features of Classical Christian Education. ACCS recently completed Part…

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Don’t Miss the Blessing!

By Jim Johnson | Oct 17, 2018

Evangelical Christian Academy has officially been part of the Classical Christian education (CCE) community since 2009.  Even though we have had this relationship, it is still challenging to convey the essence of CCE!  In this blog you will find a link to the short 19 minute movie entitled Geronimo, Amen! Part 1.  We encourage all…

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Why do I run? Why do I race? What prize do I seek?

By Jim Johnson | Oct 7, 2018

Many of you have congratulated me on finishing the American Discovery Trail Marathon earlier this month. I really do appreciate the care and concern that many have expressed for me. This being only my second marathon, the fact that I did this one 36 years after the first and improved my time is quite gratifying! My affinity…

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Redemptive Rhetoric – A Classical Christian Necessity!

By ECA Staff | Sep 17, 2018

Rhetoric is the art of persuasive speech. When the subject of Rhetoric is fully understood, an ECA student is apt to be drawn to the truth, goodness, and beauty of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Our prayer is that each student will benefit from the wisdom of knowing both the positive and negative implications of the…

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