Thank you Pastor Paul Sevar from Calvary Baptist Church for speaking at Cantabile yesterday morning! Regents Academy students and staff are grateful and were encouraged by your message.
This morning during Cantabile, Pastor Blake Moore, an elder at Redemption Baptist Church, led the students in song and taught the meaning and content of worship, biblically defined. Thanks, Pastor Moore, for your time and care for our students!
What a treat it was to have Pastor Randy Booth with us last Wednesday! Pastor Booth is the pastor at Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church and one of the school’s founders. During Cantabile, he shared how obedience to God’s commandments is the primary way we demonstrate our love for God. It is by our love for God and each other that the world will know we are Christians (John 13:35). Thank you, Pastor Booth, for your encouraging words!
This morning, Rev. Karl Griswold-Kuhn from Christ Episcopal Church blessed our students and staff with a brief exposition of Romans 8 during Cantabile. Though our experiences often make it difficult to believe that God loves us, God’s Word and the ministry of His Holy Spirit assure us that nothing can separate us from the love of his Son, Jesus Christ. Thank you, Rev. Karl, for the encouraging word!
Regents was pleased to have Calvary Baptist Church’s associate pastor, Charles Rikard, share a devotion with our students during Cantabile this morning. Thank you, Mr. Rikard (and CBC), for shepherding our students’ hearts this morning!
Regents was delighted to host FBC Nac’s Summit Pastor, Grant Keith, during Cantabile Wednesday morning! Pastor Grant not only shared a devotion about what it means to trust “in Christ alone,” he also led us in worship by singing the hymn by that name. Thank you Pastor Grant (and FBC Nac) for loving on our students!
Regents was blessed to have Dr. Matthew Beauregard, Professor of Math & Statistics and Interim Chair of Physics, Engineering, Astronomy, and Computer Science, share a devotion with our students this morning. Dr. Beauregard expounded on what it means to “love each other” (John 13:35) in a culture that does not understand what Christianity truly means. Thank you for the reminder, Dr. Beauregard!