Welcome to Northwood Temple Academy!
It is my sincere pleasure to be able to “contend for truth” on a daily basis at Northwood Temple Academy. I must admit that it is becoming a most difficult job in our postmodern culture. Our precious children are barraged everyday with discerning what truth is and many have come to the place where they question whether or not absolute truth even exists! The mainstream media, the entertainment industry, as well as, the secular education system continue to teach and proclaim that truth is whatever you desire to make it. What is most frightening about this statement is that Jesus himself said in John 18:37, “In fact, for this reason I came into this world, to testify to the truth. Everyone on the side of truth listens to me.” If our children do not believe that absolute truth exists, truth that never changes, truth that is not relative to our situation, how can they listen to the One that declared He is the truth? I do not mind admitting that I am deeply burdened for our children. I spend countless nights in prayer over this generation of youth for I deeply and passionately want them to know “Truth.” Any education system that teaches Genesis 1:1 is not truth will not teach that Genesis 2 through Revelation 22 is true. Why do I make such a big deal over this issue? It is a matter of life and death! Our children need to, NO, must, believe in “Truth.” Jesus said, “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to Father except through me.”
I want to take this opportunity to thank you for your commitment in making Christian schooling a priority! Northwood Temple Academy values your decision and will strive to offer your child a quality Christ-centered education.
Please take the time to read and become familiar with the Handbooks for Parents and Students. It will provide information regarding the policies and procedures of Northwood Temple Academy. These handbooks are not intended to be a definitive, comprehensive statement on all Academy-related matters, but it will answer frequently asked questions.
So the next generation will know,