Last Tuesday evening, CHA hosted the Heritage Celebration. The night was filled with encouraging conversations, songs of celebration, and a call to remember. The Liberty Leader recipients, Ben Sisney and Celeste McGee, were honored. It would be remiss if the student leaders and choir members who led in worship were not recognized. Our students and families make CHA distinct.
Dr. Tom Elliff spoke from the text in 1 Samuel 14:7, which states, “Do all that you have in mind,” his armor-bearer said. “Go ahead; I am with you, heart and soul.” He challenged guests to come alongside the men and women called to ministry at CHA as armor-bearers by encouraging them to do “all that they have in mind” as they remind the faculty and staff that they are with us. What a powerful message in a day when educators are in short supply, and the need for quality education is more in demand than ever.
How can you be an armor-bearer? First, pray for us. Pray that the Lord will accomplish His will for CHA in the lives of students through the men and women called to serve at CHA. Second, write a note of encouragement. A text, email, or handwritten note to remind those who serve at CHA of their impact is priceless to an educator. Third, come alongside and support the work at CHA. This year we have a $1.2 million goal, including $250,000 to secure the secondary main entrance, $700,000 to renovate the third floor, and $270,000 in upgrades to the RBTF and John Merrell Sports Complex. Would you become a partner today by giving online or contacting Dr. Susan DeMoss for more information at 405-672-1787 ext. 233? Click here to give. Be an armor-bearer!