The cross symbolizes, as it has for twenty centuries, our salvation
through the sacrifice of Jesus Christ at Calvary. In educational
terms, the cross is our reference point for determining all
truth. Creation itself points us to the cross as the centerpiece
of history and knowledge.
The open book represents primarily the Scriptures, which reveal
God and what He has done in history through Jesus Christ. The
book further symbolizes Christian education—the discovery of
all God’s truth and His will.
The torch stands for the light of revelation given to us by
the Holy Spirit. Only His Spirit can guide us into knowledge
of the truth.
The Latin phrase, Ad maiorem Dei gloriam, means “For
the greater glory of God.” It reminds us that our works
are to have one ultimate purpose—that men will come to acknowledge
the power and love of God.
The school colors of the Christian Liberty Academy School System
are royal blue and white.
Students at Christian Liberty are referred to as chargers—steeds
known for their fearless strength, and agility. Mr. Alan Hughes,
former athletic coach for our school, describes the charger
A charger is a horse, but not an ordinary horse. A charger
is special. Have you ever seen a picture of a knight sitting
on his horse, or Army cavalry officers leading their horses
into battle? Well, the horse you are picturing is a charger.
Because we do not have knights protecting us today, and the
cavalry no longer uses horses, we do not hear the term charger
anymore. We at Christian Liberty, however, use the charger
as our mascot for two reasons. First, there is the noble history
of the chargers, who were chosen for their speed, strength,
and courage. Second, when the Lord Jesus Christ returns, He
is pictured as riding on a charger. The book of Revelation
says that when Christ comes back He will be on a white horse
and He will be engaged in battle.
If a knight uses a charger, what would a king use? We know
that Jesus is the King of Kings. We also know that He is called
the Captain of the Lord’s Army. If we are talking about
humility, we are talking about his courageous ride on a donkey
to certain death to pay the penalty for our sins, and to be
our sacrifice. But if we are talking about Christ coming in
glory, we are talking about Christ on a charger,
ready to totally
defeat His enemies.
Note how God describes a charger going into battle:
We at Christian Liberty are proud to be chargers. Not only
while we are involved in sports, but in every area of life
we will be chargers for the glory of God. We will be strong
and courageous as we go forth into the world to do spiritual
battle with God’s enemies.
||Hast thou given the horse strength? Hast thou clothed
his neck with thunder? Canst thou make him afraid as
a grasshopper? The glory of his nostrils is terrible.
He paweth in the valley, and rejoiceth in his strength:
he goeth on to meet the armed men. He mocketh at fear,
and is not affrighted; neither turneth he back from the
sword. The quiver rattleth against him, the glittering
spear and the shield. He swalloweth the ground with fierceness
and rage: neither believeth he that it is the sound of
the trumpet. He saith among the trumpets, Ha, ha! And
he smelleth the battle afar off, the thunder of the captains,
and the shouting (Job 39:19–25).
kindergarten and first grade Bible teacher at Christian Liberty
Academy, wrote this song of thanksgiving for his students.
We have since adopted it as our school
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