Written from a student’s perspective
Classes are scheduled after 9 o’clock meetings, where we get to really enter the Word of God and learn much from our teachers. We take one course at a time, and classes happen every day except Saturdays and the first Sunday of every month when we partake in Communion.
On Fridays when we enter the Sabbath, we often gather around the fire, play games, and engage in fellowship with each other.
A regular sports program includes pick-up and organized sports, facilitated by the school gymnasium. Often winter sports such as skating provide seasonal variety in the program.
Some recent ones include the third years going to Israel for three weeks, and as pictured here, we went to the Ark Encounter and the Creation Museum in Kentucky this past April.
We observe the three major feasts of Israel throughout the year: the Feast of Tabernacles, the Feast of Passover, and the Feast of Pentecost. At these times, people from various churches which support The Kingdom Christian Ministries gather at Fairwood to fellowship. Pictured here is Ben Holscher, a FBI graduate, exhorting us to forgive one another, likening unforgiveness to a ball-and-chain.
Youth Weekend Hosting
Several times during the course of the academic year, young people of high school age are invited to Fairwood for a weekend of Bible instruction and Christian fellowship. This provides a welcome opportunity for sharing the reality of the Bible and Christian life. We students help run, and sometimes organize, the activities, as well as provide supervision and assistance. Pictured here is a recent graduate giving instruction to the youth.