Students attend chapel where they are uplifted in a devotional period of singing and prayer. Split chapel is popular among our students. During these times, girls and boys meet separately giving more students the opportunity to take a leadership role. Every student participates in a Bible class each semester. Chapel and Bible classes are an integral part of student development at Jackson Christian.
From preschoolers collecting food for the Carl Perkins Child Abuse Center and elementary students raising money for the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, to our middle and high school students helping with Special Olympics, our students are given numerous opportunities to serve others.
It is our prayer that we can lead each student down a Godly path instilling Christian service along the way.
Director of Spiritual Life:
As the Director of Spiritual Life, Chuck Morris works as a counselor, trying to help the students build relationships with each other just as Luke 2:52 says, “And Jesus grew in wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and man.” Mr. Morris is in charge of organizing chapel and encourages all students to be involved in community service by coordinating service opportunities. He has helped lead student mission campaigns to Argentina, Nicaragua, and Rainbow Omega Home in Alabama and has led multiple mission trips to Latin America, generally two or three per year. He also helps at youth camps each summer.
Mr. Morris graduated from Freed Hardeman University with a B.S. in Biology and Vocational
Ministry. He began working at JCS in 2006 as a full-time teacher. In 2012, he earned a Master of Ministry degree from Freed-Hardeman. He has been in ministry for over 20 years.