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All Nations Christian Academy, Yangpyong-Gun, Korea (South)

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Address: 222-2 ShinaeRi
Yangpyong-Gun, 476803  
Korea (South)
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 10
Number of People Being Served: 100

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Mission Statement


The purpose of ANCA is to glorify God by assisting the family and church in equipping students spiritually, academically, and socially under the Lordship of Jesus Christ by instilling in each student a Biblical world-view (Col 2:2-4, 6-8) in an environment of excellence in all spheres of its activity (Luke 2:52; Mark 7:37; Ephesians 4:12-16; Colossians 3:17) and maintaining cultural sensitivity (1 Corinthians 1:1-3, 18-25; 9:19-23). In particular, it is dedicated to the well being of the students entrusted to its charge within a caring Christian environment and consistent with the highest Christian values. ANCA serves as an important vehicle in helping to fulfill the Great Commission of Christ as recorded in Mat 28:18-20 by winning the lost and disciplining believers to maturity (1 Corinthians 1:18-25). The mission of ANCA can be summarized in its motto, ?A purpose driven school designed to exalt Jesus Christ by equipping students, strengthening families, and transforming societies so as to extend the kingdom of God to the ends of the earth.? The school provides programs designed to develop a Christian world view that changes lives through the dynamic of a relationship with Jesus Christ and shapes and molds the whole person through the influence of godly mentors (Deuteronomy 6:1-9; Colossians 1:9-11, 28; 3:20-21). This is accomplished through Bible study and consideration of its historical understanding in the contemporary world. Through the personal example of godly teachers, staff, and other adults (1 Timothy 4:12; 2 Timothy 2:1-2; 3:14; Titus 2:1-8) the school aims to encourage students to make the truths of the Christian faith a matter of personal commitment. The purpose of ANCA is to assist families with the task of educating their children. In accomplishing this task, the priorities of ANCA initially are to assist Korean families and the families of Korean missionaries. Our vision for each student includes the building of character on the foundation of biblical values, the developing of each mind by the Word of God, the changing of lives through the dynamic of a relationship with Jesus Christ, and the shaping and molding of the whole person through the influence of godly mentors (Deuteronomy 6:1-9; Colossians 1:9-11, 28; 3:20-21).

Description


In March 2004, the ACTS International Academy (AIA) was established on the campus of the Asian Center for Theological Studies and Mission (ACTS) by In, Se-Jin, Dr. Ruth Eshenaur, and supporters, but its name was changed to All Nations Christian Academy when it moved off campus in 2005 and established a sister ministry, All Nations Community Church. Then in 2006, these ministries were combined under the name Educational Ministries Serving All Nations (EMSAN). The chief executive officer and headmaster are directly responsible to the EMSAN committee members and to All Nations Community Church, which help administer and support the academy. ANCA has various programs, each of which is managed by the lead teacher or administrator. These include an English Preschool/Kindergarten, Leadership School, ESL classes, and the International Day School.

In March 2004, the ACTS International Academy (AIA) was established on the campus of the Asian Center for Theological Studies and Mission (ACTS) by In, Se-Jin, Dr. Ruth Eshenaur, and supporters, but its name was changed to All Nations Christian Academy when it moved off campus in 2005 and established a sister ministry, All Nations Community Church. Then in 2006, these ministries were combined under the name Educational Ministries Serving All Nations (EMSAN). The chief executive officer and headmaster are directly responsible to the EMSAN committee members and to All Nations Community Church, which help administer and support the academy. ANCA has various programs, each of which is managed by the lead teacher or administrator. These include an English Preschool/Kindergarten, Leadership School, ESL classes, and the International Day School.

Mission Statement: The purpose of ANCA is to glorify God by assisting the family and church in equipping students spiritually, academically, and socially under the Lordship of Jesus Christ by instilling in each student a Biblical world-view (Col 2:2-4, 6-8) in an environment of excellence in all spheres of its activity (Luke 2:52; Mark 7:37; Ephesians 4:12-16; Colossians 3:17) and maintaining cultural sensitivity (1 Corinthians 1:1-3, 18-25; 9:19-23). In particular, it is dedicated to the well being of the students entrusted to its charge within a caring Christian environment and consistent with the highest Christian values. ANCA serves as an important vehicle in helping to fulfill the Great Commission of Christ as recorded in Mat 28:18-20 by winning the lost and disciplining believers to maturity (1 Corinthians 1:18-25). The mission of ANCA can be summarized in its motto, ?A purpose driven school designed to exalt Jesus Christ by equipping students, strengthening families, and transforming societies so as to extend the kingdom of God to the ends of the earth.? The school provides programs designed to develop a Christian world view that changes lives through the dynamic of a relationship with Jesus Christ and shapes and molds the whole person through the influence of godly mentors (Deuteronomy 6:1-9; Colossians 1:9-11, 28; 3:20-21). This is accomplished through Bible study and consideration of its historical understanding in the contemporary world. Through the personal example of godly teachers, staff, and other adults (1 Timothy 4:12; 2 Timothy 2:1-2; 3:14; Titus 2:1-8) the school aims to encourage students to make the truths of the Christian faith a matter of personal commitment. The purpose of ANCA is to assist families with the task of educating their children. In accomplishing this task, the priorities of ANCA initially are to assist Korean families and the families of Korean missionaries. Our vision for each student includes the building of character on the foundation of biblical values, the developing of each mind by the Word of God, the changing of lives through the dynamic of a relationship with Jesus Christ, and the shaping and molding of the whole person through the influence of godly mentors (Deuteronomy 6:1-9; Colossians 1:9-11, 28; 3:20-21).

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