FCA students put together a assembly on Fri. Dec. 16th to celebrate Christmas. Students performed a skit for the audience.

Photos by Unique Larry and Aaron Raines

4 COMMENTS

  1. Whoever captured this first picture did a great job; it summarizes the performance of the FCA! I just want to comment that at first, I was a little iffy about doing this skit, but I am really glad I did. I only knew a couple people when I first started practicing for this play. But by the end, we were all talking and enjoying ourselves. Students should look at these and want to be apart of something special. These pictures are a good testimony to our clubs- specifically the great ministry the FCA is bringing to Prince George.

  2. This picture really shows how students in our school are committed to their religion. The hard work FCA put into this performance is expressed in these photos. It takes away the stereotype that school is soley academic. It shows there are many organizations and clubs that pursue a goal that is important to them. In this case, embracing the Christian religion in the form of a play was an amazing act for students to execute. Performing infront of a big crowd can nerve-wrecking, but the pictures suggest that the determination and dedication of the students helped them through any obstacles they may have faced.

  3. This photo gallery is quite effective in getting the message that the FCA was trying to send across. Given the ability to participate in this activity, I was quite enthralled with the student attendance. So often in schools, there is a constant argument going on between the separation of church and the school districts. It is great to see that the FCA is taking a stand for what they believe in as they work to bring God into the lives of students. It would be great to hear some student testimony about what they thought regarding the performances.

  4. The Fellowship of Christian Athletes put on a very nice Christmas show. The singing and performing did a great job of spreading the Christmas spirit. I am very happy to see so many students putting on a show to promote peace on Earth and good will to men.

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