Our Faith Position

Fremont Christian School (FCS) is a department and ministry of Harbor Light Church of Fremont. As such, FCS seeks to be an outreach of the church to the Tri-city community for the gospel of Jesus Christ, providing a quality Christian education built upon a Christian worldview and a biblical understanding of humanity, God, and the salvation available only in the person of Jesus Christ.

Although FCS is an outreach ministry of one particular church, the religious perspective adopted by FCS is not sectarian or parochial. FCS has adopted a Christian perspective that is broad and inclusive of the Christian community represented by many Tri-city churches. This perspective is often referred to as evangelical. As an evangelical school, FCS affirms the basic tenets and beliefs of historical, biblical Christianity. FCS views the Bible as the only true record of God's revelation of Himself to humanity. FCS affirms that humanity has drifted away from the type of relationship that God desires to have with humanity and that faith in the person of Jesus Christ is the only means of restoring that broken relationship between God and humanity. FCS instructs all students in the message of the Bible and seeks to introduce all students to this restoring relationship with God through faith in the person of Jesus Christ.

At the elementary level, Bible instruction consists of basic Bible lessons that present the truths and moral precepts of the Bible as well as Bible memorization that draw attention to these key Bible truths and moral precepts. At the secondary level, Bible instruction consists of daily Bible classes in which students are taught from the text of the Bible the basic events and truths of God's interactions with humanity. In the latter years of high school, students begin to broaden their study of the Bible to include instruction on how the biblical perspective addresses the important issues of contemporary society. High school students also learn how the Christian perspective compares with other religious perspectives and worldviews.

Although FCS teaches that Jesus Christ is the only true path to God and that faith in Jesus Christ is the only means of salvation. FCS recognizes the diversity of religious traditions represented in the Tri-city community. FCS does not seek to disparage different religious perspectives, nor is FCS dismissive of different faith traditions. However, FCS does seek to introduce all students to a personal relationship with Jesus Christ through its instruction of the Bible as the only true revelation of God to humanity.


On May 3 - NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER, we pray for:

GOVERNMENT - We pray for our leaders of the federal, state and local governments, as well as the judges in our courts.  We ask God to grant them wisdom to act with integrity (I Kings 3:28; I Timothy 2:1-2; Exodus 18:21; Proverbs 11:3; Romans 13:1-2).

MILITARY - We pray for their courage and dependence on God (Psalm 91).  We pray for their perserverance to endure hardship (Isaiah 43:2; Deuteronomy 31:6).  We pray for devine protection from the enemy (Romans 5:1-5).  We pray for wise leaders who inspire respect from those under their command (Romans 13:1).  We pray for confidence and vision to persist in the face of negative publicity (Psalm 18:31-39).  We pray for protection and support for the families they have left behind (Romans 1:8-10).  We pray for chaplins who are divinely appointed to deliver hope and spiritual strength (Proverbs 4:11).

MEDIA - We pray for decision makers within the media to realize they can make profit by producing family-friendly projects (Proverbs 8:10-11).  We pray Christians in media to find favor and be filled with creative ideas that bring kingdom principals and life-giving messages to the public (Proverbs 2:1-15).  We pray for celebrities to be provided with repeated opportunities to hear and receive salvation (Proverbs 8:35).

BUSINESS - We pray for integrity among Christian workers so they win the right to be heard (I Chronicles 29:17).  We pray for impartations of ideas and resources to open principled businesses, especially in areas that need an economic boost (Psalm 132:15). 

EDUCATION - We pray for a return to truth and Judeo-Christian ethics (Psalm 1:1-2).  We pray for a safe atmosphere conductive to learning.  We pray for excellence in our educators (Exodus 18:20-21).  We pray for equal opportunities for every student to achieve their full potential (Philippians 1:9).

CHURCH - We pray the church finds a new zeal and commitment to the mission and purpose of Jesus Christ (Matthew 22:37).  We pray for unity with and among churches that reveal God's love to the world (John 17:23).  We pray for a return to the absolutes of God's Word (Psalm 1:1-3).  We pray for integrity, that God's people look and act differently than the world (I Peter 2:11; I Corinthians 13:6).  We pray for a holy fear of the Lord released in the heart of God's people (Proverbs 9:10). 

FAMILY - We pray for unity and love in individual family units that reaches out in hospitality toward others (Romans 12:9-13).  We pray for the re-establishment of relationships between parents and children (Malachi 4:5-6).  We pray for a return to family values that serve the nation as a whole (Job 22:21-22).  We pray for a return to biblical mandate to train their children at home in the fear of the Lord and not leave the responsibility to others (Proverbs 22:6). 

More information can be found at http://nationaldayofprayer.org/