Fourth graders reminded the SBS community what it means to be followers of Jesus in their annual program Jesus Freak.
If you confess with your mouth, “Jesus is Lord,” and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved. Romans 10:9
Second Baptist School fourth graders wowed the audience of students, families and teachers with their 70s themed program, Jesus Freak. Gospel principles told through classic musical hits made for an energized and entertaining performance. With charisma and humor, students shared the gospel message and what it means to be the hands and feet of Jesus to the world.
New testament characters, including James, John, Philip, Paul, Barnabus, Stephen and Simon Peter “The Rock,” helped share what a life devoted to Christ looks like. As the program states, “Jesus’ followers are His hands, feet and heart to those around them.”
With stunning solo performances, upbeat dance numbers and bold acting, these fourth graders are truly the “stars of the future,” as Head of Lower School Evette Haberman expressed as she closed the show. She thanked teachers and mentors who made the show possible including lower school fourth grade teachers Spencer Brock, Leah Flanagan, Lauren Lacy and Mary Ramey, special area teachers Liza Brown, Maryanne Elders, Dianna Bolling, Ashleigh Manion, Andrea Sage and SBS parent Nancy Scales. As always, parent volunteers also made this show a success, with festive decorations and their enthusiastic support.