Category Archives : Christian Education


Faith, Wisdom, Learning, and Getting to the Right Party, Proverbs 9

Video Audio   Download Audio Download Text “Faith, Wisdom, Learning, and Getting to the Right Party” Proverbs 9 November 15, 2020 Faith Presbyterian Church – Evening Service Pastor Nicoletti As Christians, when we speak about the education of our children, we are talking about the acquiring of knowledge and we are talking about the acquiring […]


2020 Covenant High School Service

Video  Audio   David Miller – Covenant High School Report Download Audio   Hannah Scott – Encomium of Monica Download Audio   The Rev. Steven Nicoletti – “Faith, Wisdom, Learning, and Getting to the Right Party” from Proverbs 9 Download Audio   Text coming soon   CCLI Copyright License 751114; CCLI Streaming License CSPL116892


Christian Education & Growing Solid, Rooted Christians, Psalm 1:1-6

Video: Audio:   Download Audio Download Text   “Christian Education & Growing Solid, Rooted Christians” November 17, 2019 Faith Presbyterian Church – Evening Service Pr. Nicoletti   This evening, as we think about the role of Christian education in the life of the Church, we will be looking together at Psalm 1.   Please do […]


2019 Covenant High School Service

Video: Covenant High School Principal David Miller gave some remarks before Pastor Steven Nicoletti preached on Christian Education during our 2019 CHS Service on Sunday evening, November 17.   Audio:     Principal David Miller – Remarks on Christian Education. Download Audio   Pastor Steven Nicoletti – Christian Education & Growing Solid, Rooted Christians Download […]


The Telos of Christian Education, 1 Cor 13:1-13

Download audio 1 Corinthians 13:1-13 Download sermon COVENANT HIGH SCHOOL Evening Service In explaining what we are about at Covenant High School we use terminology that has now become commonplace in the promotional literature of Christian education.  We talk about inculcating a “Christian worldview.”  We speak of our education being offered from “a biblical perspective.”  […]