Archive for September, 2016

Wayfinding: The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same. Praise the Lord!

I love to hear the stories of teachers and families as they relate God’s direction in their lives and the doors that the Lord has opened to bring them to this school. My own story is not unique, but it is filled with the faithfulness of God to my family. It was the summer of […]

DCS Celebrates See You at the Pole

Many members of the DCS family gathered to worship and pray yesterday for the annual See You at the Pole event. In fact, this was the largest turnout for SYATP in recent memory. Students read scripture aloud, members of the worship team led everyone in worship songs, and then the crowd divided into small groups […]

Golf Team Wins the MBC Tournament and More

The Warrior golf team won the Metro Buckeye Conference Championship last Thursday by 41 strokes over second place Emmanual Christian. The team consisted of Philip Miller, Ben Kiser, Luke Lawrence, Cole Wamsley, Seth Withers, and Brandon Bower. Junior Philip Miller shot a 2-under par round of 69 for the win and captured the title of […]

Middle School Inducts Thirty-six into NJHS

The Dayton Christian Middle School chapter of the National Junior Honor Society inducted 36 new members Monday night. National Junior Honor Society is an organization that recognizes outstanding junior high students in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, character, and citizenship. At Dayton Christian, our chapter bases these founding principles upon our dependence on Christ, […]

Beautiful Stories Are The Ones That Keep Repeating Themselves

Mr. Bostater hosted Pastor Benson Nganga and his wife Florence as they spoke to many of our junior high and high school Bible classes yesterday about their work in the FIWAGOH Orphanage in Kenya. Pastor Nganga was an orphan himself until a Christian man took him in off the streets, led him to the Lord, […]

DCHS Senior Named a National Merit Semifinalist

DCHS senior Natalie Carter was named a Semifinalist in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship Program today. Carter qualified for the program based on her scores on the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. Roughly 16,000 students (less than one percent of high school seniors) were named national Semifinalists and will have the opportunity to continue […]

Elementary School Commemorates 9/11 with Colonel Hank Griffiths

Air Force Colonel Hank Griffiths spoke to our elementary students today for Patriot Chapel, a commemoration of the fifteenth anniversary of the September 11 attacks. Griffiths, a 25-year veteran of the Air Force and the first Air Force pilot to fly the F35, talked about what it means to be a Christian and a patriot. […]

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