How can I be a Godly leader?

FPD believes that tomorrow's leaders will need not only sound minds but also strong character. To equip students with the skills they need to inspire and lead others FPD offers leadership development opportunities, mission trips, and community service outreach. Students learn how they can use their God-given talents to serve others, lead others, and improve their communities.

At the Foundation

Biblical Worldview

As a Christian community, it is our responsibility to do everything we can to “train up a child in the way they should go” (Proverbs 22:9). This entails a multi-faceted educational experience that includes both academic excellence and a biblical worldview.

Explore From a Biblical Worldview

Serving Others. Transforming Communities.

Transform Community Service

Community Service is an important part of FPD’s culture. Following the example of Jesus Himself, our students serve in communities at home and afar to share the love of Christ. Our program is distinctive in that it focuses on distressed populations through mission/service trips, direct service, and indirect support of ministry agencies.

Transform Through Service

Worship Together

Chapels

Chapel is an integral part of the FPD experience and often noted as one of our students’ favorite parts of the week. Each week features an elementary, middle, and high school chapel with guest speakers, student speakers, and time for worship.

Students love to worship together as they grow in faith and learn more about navigating life as followers of Christ.

Worship Through Chapels

Serving Near & Far

On a Mission

FPD students love to share God’s love and serve others. Recent mission trips include an annual In-Town Mission Trip, trips to Atlanta, and Casa Hogar in Mexico.

Serve on Missions Near & Far

Learn to Lead

Leadership Development

To grow their leadership skill sets, high school students can apply to participate in two different FPD programs – FPD’s Chick-fil-a Leadership Academy for 9th & 10th graders and FPD’s Project Lead for 11th & 12th graders.

Learn to Lead