By WCS Headmaster, Dr. Roger Erdvig
As I prepared for the start of the school year, I asked God to help me focus the WCS team on what is most important. Time in prayer and reflection helped me see that our focus as teachers and leaders should be on what our students (and children!) should see in us at this specific moment in history. This led me to four characteristics that mentors should be exhibiting in the latter part of 2021.
First, and most foundational, our students should see in us genuine devotion to Christ. Our first desire should be for the Kingdom and His righteousness. This means that we are devoted to living life under the good rulership of God, and the desire for such a life should be the organizing principle around which our thoughts and our actions revolve. Anything that’s not consistent with a Christ First approach to decisions and actions must not have any influence in our lives.
Cultivating godly influencers
Wilmington Christian School provides a distinctively Christian, innovative education that effectively develops Godly influencers who are well prepared for life after high school and who impact the culture for Christ.