August Open House Schedule

Visit LCS@The Naz on Tuesday evenings in August from 6:30-8:00 p.m.

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Welcome to Livingston Christian Schools

If you're looking for Christ-centered teachers, curriculum, and families, look no further than Livingston Christian Schools.  At LCS, students are learning to love Jesus Christ more deeply while growing in academic acuity, athletic proficiency, social maturity, and even philosophical profundity. At LCS nothing is common in the core subjects nor its experienced teachers.  Whether studying calculus or learning phonics, LCS students are guided through a highly rigorous and challenging curriculum designed to prepare graduates for the college and career of their choosing.  While excelling academically Livingston Christian students also have the opportunity to immerse themselves in sports teams and clubs.  Social development comes easily for some students, but those who struggle will consistently experience the care and love of their teachers and support staff along with their classmates.  Scriptural love is an action of care for others that LCS students are guided to live and embrace, with the understanding that it is what Jesus expects of each of us at LCS.

From the Desk of Mr. Nast

 
I’ve often thought about what a typical day in the life of Jesus was like.  How similar was it to what we experience ourselves? One of the things that has always struck me is how much time he spent in prayer, mostly by himself.  In Mark 1:35 Jesus did what I think was for him, the norm. “Very early in the morning, while it was still dark, Jesus got up, left the house and went off to a solitary place where he prayed.”  I think Jesus was very disciplined in two particular areas: prayer and solitude. Prayer is clearly something Christians understand must be part of our lives. However, knowing and doing are not synonymous.  But it wasn’t just a commitment to prayer that Jesus modeled. It was setting a time in which he was alone with his Father so he could focus only on him. In the Mark account we find Simon and the other disciples looking for Jesus and asking, “What are you doing off on your own?  There are a lot of people who need you.” (paraphrased) Too often I approach prayer and solitude as if that is what I do while I’m awaiting something really important to happen. It’s kind of like a sports team warming up before the real action begins. Unfortunately, prayer isn’t a warm-up at all.  It’s where Christian lives’ battles are won and lost. And that is why we set aside a time for weekly faculty prayer, our Moms in Prayer meet throughout the year, and we monthly set a Sunday evening apart to pray as a school for all things that affect our families, board, staff, and future of LCS. One way to make a difference is to join us in any or all of the prayer opportunities provided through LCS.  It could make a difference in your life and the life of the school.
 

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Enroll in LCS @ The Naz!

It's Open Enrollment at LCS. Limited openings are available in grades K-12. Preschool is full and PreK enrollment is almost full- a waiting list has been established. High school grades are also filling fast. Email office@livingstonchristianschools.org if you would like to be sent enrollment forms for fall 2018-19 and/or to schedule a visit.

Upcoming Events

13 Aug

Volleyball CAMP

9 AM – 11 AM
The Naz - Brighton Nazarene Church, 7669 Brighton Rd, Brighton, MI 48116, USA