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Spiritual Life

Faith Formation serves as the core value that distinguishes Fort Bend Christian Academy from other independent schools.

Our programs are purposefully crafted to immerse students in a Christ-centered environment - in the classroom, on the field or stage, and in any number of clubs and organizations. To that end, we offer daily Biblical Studies classes, a Biblical Worldview lens on all subject areas, and weekly opportunities for spiritual growth, worship, and service. Our hope is that every student at FBCA draws nearer to Jesus. We pray they are transformed by the knowledge and experiences they encounter here, setting a firm foundation for their life and work in Christ’s kingdom.

First and foremost, here at FBCA, we rest securely in our primary role as educators, teaching our students not only the tenets of the Christian faith, history, and theology, but also formational habits and practices that will deepen and strengthen their faith. 
—Ashley Ashcraft, Director of spiritual life



“But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength.  They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.” Isaiah 40:31

Join us for Chapel!

On Wednesdays we hold Chapel services for each division. This is a special time for our students and faculty to worship through music, to pray together and to study the Word as a community. We invite parents to join their student for an upcoming Chapel and worship with us!

Lower School: 8:15 a.m. - 8:45 a.m. 
Middle School: 9:30 a.m. - 10:15 a.m. 
Upper School: 10:40 a.m. - 11:25 a.m. 

*Parents must check in at the front desk to receive a visitors pass to attend Chapel

Parent Traditions & Family Opportunities

  • Night of Worship/Church Fair
  • Family Service Day
  • See You at the Cross
  • Advent and Easter resources
  • Parent Lecture Series - quarterly “Foundations” series
  • Men’s Breakfast

Curriculum Centered on a

Biblical Worldview

We purposefully plan our units and lessons through the lens of the Scriptures, asking what God has to teach us about our study, as He is the source of it. Whether it be a Lower School unit on money, a Middle School unit on poetry, or an Upper School unit on the periodic table,  we believe God has something to teach us as He makes use of us in His kingdom.

Learn More About Our Curriculum

Objectives of the Office of Spiritual Life

  • Solidify and Strengthen Biblical Studies Classes 
  • Develop Biblical Worldview Immersion across all disciplines
  • Educate our students on habits of spiritual formation 
  • Offer resources/programming to FBCA parents to equip them as primary-disciplers
  • Connect FBCA families with local churches  

Meet the Spiritual Life Team