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          Spiritual Formation

          Spiritual Formation

          Not just an "add-on"

          with purpose

          Our Director of Discipleship enhances the Christian discipleship and mentorship taking place at the school’s three campuses. Rev. Daniel Rogers (aka "Rev") hosts weekly Chapel at our three campuses, produces podcasts, prays with students, advises administrators, teachers and staff, and works closely with students to help them discover their gifts and give them away for the Glory of God and others.

          God’s Peculiar People, With Purpose

          Bellevue Christian follows Teaching for Transformation (TfT) as a framework for teaching Christianly.  We don't measure "hours of religious education" or limit ourselves only to "Bible class."  Instead, we approach all areas of study as an opportunity to learn more about and grow closer to God.  

          1 Peter 2:9

          But you are a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people for his own possession [a peculiar people—KJV], that you may proclaim the excellencies of him who called you out of darkness into his marvelous light. 

          “The primary goal of Christian education is the formation of a peculiar people—a people who desire the Kingdom of God and thus undertake their life’s expression of that desire.” ~James K. A. Smith

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          Teaching for Transformation begins by asking teachers and students to articulate a deep hope, answering the question, why are you here?

          My deep hope is that BCS cultivates curiosity about the created world and graciously radiates hope to all who need it. ~Head of School

          My deep hope is to pour into others so that they may in turn pour out God’s love. I hope to empower those around me to spread their God given gifts around the world. ~6th Grade Teacher

          My deep hope is that my students would put down deep roots to understand who God is, build a relationship with him, and bear beautiful fruit. ~ 1st Grade Teacher

          My deep hope is that my students would cultivate a deep and growing connection with Jesus Christ, out of which they would live loved and love others. ~ High School Teacher

          With deep hope and the formation of a peculiar people in mind, Teaching for Transformation invites students and teachers into three core practices to help students see God’s story and live God’s story. 

          Daniel Rogers

          Daniel Rogers

          Director of Discipleship, Chaplain
          Amanda Albright

          Amanda Albright

          Faith Integration Coach

          Grow with us

          Dive in to the wonderful worship and devotional experiences created during our spring of Online Learning!

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