For forty years now, FCS offered a quality Christian education in a safe and amiable environment, helping raise followers of Jesus Christ to better our community as well as the rest of the world. Every year for the past 34 years FC hosts a dinner auction, the largest fundraiser on campus.
To enrich the intellectual perspective of Fresno County, SJV Town Hall began a monthly series of lectures given by a variety of speakers. This month, Dave Barry, author, columnist and humor writer, was brought to Fresno to share his comedy, humor, and journalism background, March 15.
Many shows filter in and out of Broadway in New York, moving as fast as the people walking the streets. But, Disney’s The Lion King happens to be a staple show, considered a classic by many. The show first premiered on October 15, 1997 and is still going on strong, with about eight shows a [...]
On September 11, 2001, nineteen terrorists who were members of Al-Qaeda hijacked four California-bound airplanes shortly after their departures from airports in Boston, Massachusetts; Newark, New Jersey; and Washington, D.C.
With the school year slowly coming to an end, seniors who are attending community college in the State Center Community College District (SCCCD) will be required to take a placement test. The test will be held in the lab in building six, March 10.
Sophomore Kamryn Schultz, begins a serialized book titled Redemption. Chapters will be revealed every two weeks. Make sure to check back twice a month and leave comments on what you think about it. If you missed the sixth chapter, read Friendship.
The Eagles played in the California Tennis Classic in Fresno City College against school all around the Valley. The California Tennis Classic was a two-day tournament, March 3-4, in which the Eagles placed second in the first seed group.
The Eagles played their first game of the season against Coalinga High School in a league matchup, Feb. 28. The Eagles defeated the Horned Toads, 8-1, and are now 1-0 in league. With limited practices and the first game for the Eagles being a league game, they knew they had to come out strong and take a win. FC was still missing players due to basketball continuing through playoffs but still had enough players for a full ladder plus some.
The second international camp arrived at Fresno Christian, Feb. 6. This camp lasted on campus for two weeks, longer than the last international camp that took place Feb. 3. They arrived from the international department of Liaoning Province Shiyan High School in North China. During the weekend, before arriving at Fresno Christian, they spent their time in San Francisco. They went shopping and saw the sights downtown at the Golden Gate Bridge and Fisherman’s Wharf. They visited University of California Berkeley and Stanford University, along with the Silicon Valley.
Imagine a crowd of thousands gathered around a single stage, listening intently to the speaker. The crowd is made up of people of all ages, races and backgrounds. They are all gathered in one place to listen to a message. The Fresno City Fest will take place at the Save mart Center, April 1-2. The event is free and open to whoever wishes to attend. In addition to main speaker Luis Palau, there will also be other speakers and artists performing at this event.