With the dawning of the twenty-first century this generation of young American Christians
has a unique calling and a providential place in history. Just as Daniel and the three
Hebrew youths of the Old Testament were “called out” from among their generation to lead
in a culture riddled by occult practices and self-worship, in the same way our future
leaders have need for an education that will also equip them to make unpopular choices,
boldly confront the pagan rulers and evil strongholds, as well as our nation’s decline in
every sphere, with discernment, Godly wisdom, personal convictions and a Christian work ethic.
The battle in which we American Christians are engaged is a spiritual and cultural battle
for the hearts, minds and souls of our youth. They must be strong in spirit, mind and body
so as to help solve, rather than add to the problems of the times. The need for this
generation of Christians is to know God and His Word, and through personal scholarship,
under the Lordship of Christ, learn to apply knowledge in science and technology, in
business and industry, in the arts, and in the economy and civil government.
Principle Approach education is rooted in a philosophy of education that is unique to
Christianity and is based upon the individual value of both the teacher and student.
Modern methods of education have thwarted the beauty and simplicity of Biblical education
by attempting to standardize and mass-produce results. But true education accounts for the
individual learner, teaching children one by one. A Biblical education inspires, cultivates,
consecrates and instructs, believing the best for each child and calling forth his fullest
potential in Christ.
In order to accomplish such noble goals, the teacher must believe the best for himself as
well, faithfully calling forth his own potential in Christ. Principle Approach education
is rooted in these biblical values and the attributes of The Master Teacher, Jesus Christ,
within each educator.