Woodland Baptist Christian School, a ministry of Woodland Baptist Church, was established in 1963 to train the spirit, mind, soul, and body of our young people so that they achieve the proper godly balance and priorities in their lives. Proverbs 1:7a says, “The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge.” Intellectual preparation begins with respect for God and authority. That is what our school system and Christian education is all about. It’s about spiritual development. One cannot have proper academic achievement without spiritual enrichment. Biblical education begins with God and finds its implementation in the home; our schools are extensions of the home and are provided to assist parents in the training of their children.
God has established Woodland Baptist Christian School for the purpose of impacting lives for eternity through Bible-based and Christ-centered education. It is a place for teachers to influence in Jesus’ name, where students grow in faith and wisdom, and where young men and women are prepared to go into the world, eagerly pursuing the opportunities that God has made ready for them.
We believe the Bible is the Word of God.
We believe in the King James Version of the Bible. We believe that Jesus was born of a virgin, lived a sinless life, died on the cross as payment for our sins, and rose from the dead on the third day. We believe that the only way a person can go to Heaven when he dies is to first place his faith in the payment that Jesus Christ provided with His shed blood on the cross. Woodland Baptist Church is just that, a Baptist church. Once a person is saved by putting his faith in Jesus, we are commanded to be baptized by immersion to show to others what took place when we trusted Christ; we do this in obedience, not to save us but to show that we have been saved. We believe in participating in the Lord’s Supper on a regular basis to remember the payment Jesus made for us and to express our love to Him for that payment. The Lord’s Supper is not kept to take us to Heaven but to thank Jesus for His sacrifice. We take instruction from the Bible literally; we believe what it is actually saying, not that it is an allegory or a fable. We take instruction from the Bible in the areas of life and faith and go to it for the answers to life. In a day when opinion polls and media agendas steer our social conscience, we believe that we should first seek God’s opinion on any subject before forming our own.
We believe that the family unit should be strong and healthy.
The first institution God made on earth was the family. Programs in the church are geared to help build strong families. Woodland Baptist Church provides fellowship, friendship, and support services through our social activities.
We believe that the church should be the moral conscience of a community.
Since God created civil governments, we work hard to cooperate with and work together with our elected officials and civil servants.We believe that it is our responsibility, as outlined in the Bible, to spread the G Gospel to our area, nation, and world. Mark 16:15, “And he said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.” Matthew 28:19-20, “Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you alway, even unto the end of the world. Amen.”
We believe that Christians should talk, behave, live, and dress like a citizen of Heaven.
The basis for these standards is found in the Bible. We make no apology for our conservative beliefs in many areas, including music, social issues, dress.
It's our goal that every student achieves their very best in academics, athletics and most importantly in their service to the Lord. Whether it be in the classroom, an athletic event , or a fine arts competition we want every student to follow 1 Corinthians 10:31 and ''do all to the glory of God''.
Our vision at Woodland Baptist Christian School is not for ourselves, but for our students to reach their potential for Christ. It's our desire that they see their abilities and the difference they can make in this world.