Praise Reports

Jefferson Bon

JEFFERSON BON

When we met Jefferson Bon he was a hungry, dirty, discouraged thirteen year old boy roaming the streets. Six years later, at nineteen, he’s a healthy and happy young man attending his first year of college. Here’s his story: “I was the fifth of nine children. My father was a porter, and my mother sold [Read more»]

Marilyn

MARILYN ALAD

Marilyn Alad is a graduating student at our school Frontline Christian Academy, Inc. (FCA). She’s been enrolled in FCA for four years, and has become a top performer in her class. The second of nine children, she grew up in a very poor family living in an abandoned, rusted out boxcar. Though she managed to [Read more»]

villasenors siblings

VILLASEÑOR SIBLINGS

Another group of dirty children were roaming the streets of San Pablo. We had noticed them several times, with bags, picking through garbage. One day while having lunch at a local restaurant, we saw them again, sorting through garbage. Rowena Pessina went out and invited them into the restaurant, where EJ, Jefferson and Mary were [Read more»]

Din

BECAUSE OF WHAT YOU STAND FOR

“I came to FCA fresh out of college, applying as a computer teacher. It was my first job interview, and I was certainly on the nervous side. Dressed in my neat, smart casual attire, I was interviewed at the FCA office, and, besting several other applicants, I got the job. “During my second year at [Read more»]

Opportuniy picture

A NEW YEAR, A NEW OPPORTUNITY

We thank the Lord for 46 NEW students this school year! We are grateful for lots of new faces around our small but spiffy little campus. A few of the new students have found out about Frontline Christian Academy because of Facebook, but most of the new students have transferred to FCA because their parents [Read more»]

Frontline Christian Academy staff

IT’S ALL ABOUT THE PEOPLE

Recently, FCA conducted its first official strategic planning event. Though we have made plans before, and developed a mission and vision statement, this was the first time we really dug in deep from a strategic planning perspective. It was a tiring two days of meetings, involving key decision makers and influential people who work in [Read more»]

matthew

THEY’RE MY FAMILY

“They’re my family.” Three words can mean so much. Especially to a young, skinny 5th grader who grew up not knowing his father, being raised by just his mother and older sister. Matthew came to Frontline and enrolled as a 5th grader in year 2013. He was shy, withdrawn, and was not one to take [Read more»]