We are instructed to have the Lord's words in our hearts, and the Bible says, "Teach them diligently unto thy children, and talk of them when thou sittest in thine house, and when thou walkest by the way, and when thou liest down, and when thou risest up." (Deuteronomy 6:7)
The founder of the Pillar of Fire movement, Alma White, recognized in the late nineteenth century that American public schools would not, and indeed could not, be that which would honor the word of Scripture by surrounding children with Christian influence, example, and teaching during every activity of their day. A trained teacher herself, she began to open schools where the Word of God was central. She and the Pillar of Fire were pioneers in the Christian School movement in the United States.
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The Belleview campus, north of Denver in Westminster, Colorado, has been serving young people in grades Kindergarten through twelve, as well as providing education for life as Christians and training for ministry through the Christian College and Bible Seminary, since 1920. Click here to see more information about Belleview Schools.
To inquire about the elementary or secondary departments, call 303-427-5459. You may reach the college and seminary at 303-427-5461. Click here to move to the Belleview Christian College home page, or e-mail info@Belleview-College.org.
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