Then the man said, "The woman whom You gave to be with me, she gave me of the tree, and I ate." (Genesis 3:12)
Adam and Eve did everything they could to avoid taking responsibility for their sin. Adam blamed his wife: “She gave me of the tree.” He even pointed an accusing finger at God, saying it was “the woman, whom You gave me.” Eve blamed the serpent saying: “The serpent deceived me, and I ate.” One of the dirges of mankind is that we refuse to take responsibility for our actions.
In the Georgia-Cumberland Conference, Seventh-day Adventist education focuses on many aspects of teaching and learning but nothing is more important than character development. Our curriculum is intentionally rich in moral and spiritual objectives. Our teachers and administrators view their work as a “calling” to His work.
Please support us by praying as we endeavor to train children to take responsibility as they press forward on their journey to spiritual maturity.
Leading children to Christ through loving, learning, and living.
Growing mature disciples through collaborative relationships.
In Georgia-Cumberland Conference, we value every child as a unique individual, created in the image of God with distinctive gifts, talents, and abilities. As Seventh-day Adventist educators, it is our belief that the work of true education is to equip students to think and to act with breadth of mind, clearness of thought, and the courage of their convictions. We believe that each child has a special purpose for being placed on this earth. With this in mind, we seek to provide every opportunity for the spiritual, emotional, physical, and intellectual growth of every student entrusted to our care. It is our fervent prayer and aim to perceive infinite possibilities in our students–inspiring them to love learning, respect others, and develop a character in the likeness of the Creator.