Back to School Night

Avery Reeder
September 30, 2009

Back to School Night was originally created with a specific purpose in mind. David Salvatelli, advancement director, shares that “The purpose was, and still is, for parents to become acquainted with their children’s teachers and their practices in order for the parent/teacher relationship to continue... Read more »

A Special Birthday for Coach Weppner

Eric Brown
September 30, 2009

The CCA Eagles Varsity Volleyball team came into last Saturday’s game against North Broward Prep with their heads up. The team was coming off of a dramatic victory on Thursday night against Pine Crest; as they improved their record to 7-2 with a 3 to 2 win. The Eagles looked back to their prior meetings... Read more »

Charlie Hall: the Story Behind the Music

Moriah Smith
September 25, 2009

“The most meaningful days of my life were when God walked me through the endless trials, the sleepless nights, and the consequences of my bad decisions,” comments Charlie Hall, Christian singer and composer, whose concert was held at the Calvary Chapel Theatre last Friday night. Despite the fact... Read more »

The CCA Alumni Association… Your CCA Connection

Danielle Germaine
September 25, 2009

As another CCA school year gets underway, so do the new lives of the graduated Class of 2009. Although dispersed throughout colleges and universities across the whole country, every member of this memorable class shares the same Christ-given identity as they pursue the particular vision God has provided... Read more »

Cheering for Jesus

Avery Reeder
September 25, 2009

Cheerleading requires ability. Ability requires passion. Passion requires love. How do you love through the sport of cheerleading? The Varsity cheerleaders here at Calvary Christian Academy know just how to do this: through the love and joy of their Savior Jesus Christ. A CCA cheerleader’s main... Read more »

The Rumor on Gossip

Rebecca Urrutia
September 25, 2009

A single whisper or uncertain statement can go a long way, intertwining itself through hearts, souls and minds, slowly destroying relationships as it breaches walls of trust and tests bridges of loyalty. Gossip is such a deadly sin in a seemingly innocent facade. It thrives on secrets and scandals, rumors... Read more »

Today’s President for an Unwritten Tomorrow

Joe Rogers
September 25, 2009

On September 9, 2008, now-President Obama spoke to the nation about his plans to reform education and to become the “education President”. Like many candidates, he spoke to the voters about restoring the loss of international standing of the United States and an uneducated future that is “economically... Read more »

New CCA Club Explores Florida

Joe Rogers
September 25, 2009

A midday sun shadowed by dark clouds reaching out from the horizon, covering the warm waters in a blanket of humidity, and a handful of kayaks cutting through the still inlet between walls of Floridian mangroves under a picturesque sky. It was an image deserving of a calendar, perhaps in the summer month... Read more »

Mexico: Spreading the Love of Christ

Rebecca Urrutia
September 24, 2009

It’s a culture unlike our own, with dirt floors, shack-like houses, and a flag that’s green, white and red. It’s a world where poverty rules and hopelessness has gotten a hold of thousands of souls. Mexico, with its exotic jungles, unique customs and beautiful people, has become the heart and passion... Read more »

The Final Hour: A Halloween Outreach

Kaley Israels
September 18, 2009

Calvary Chapel Fort Lauderdale will be presenting its community an outreach they won’t soon forget. “The Final Hour” is a haunted house event with chills and thrills, and a compelling message of eternity.  CCFL’s new outreach pairs its Outreach Ministry with a cast of Youth Ministry students... Read more »

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