“But if not…”

Such a powerful phrase uttered by Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego in a time of great trial. The King, telling them to bow to the idol, expected them to give in rather than face the flames of the furnace. But their response? Trust and faith in God.

“If we are thrown into the blazing furnace, the God whom we serve is able to save us. But if not, He is still good.”

Basically these men were saying, “The situation might look hopeless and we pray God will save us. But if not, we will still be faithful.”

The powerful testimony of these men still has the power to teach us today. God did protect those men from the flames, but they were prepared even if He didn’t. They knew they served a God who was greater than any king.

While God doesn’t always promise to save us from the flames, He has promised to be with us as we walk through the fire— and either to rescue us in this life, or through death for our eternal salvation.

That’s both comforting and scary, right? Those brave words sound amazing, but I’m a little nervous when it comes to getting my own hair singed. 🙂

Lord, give us confidence in your words. Forge courage for us in the midst of a hostile world. Steel our nerves for long, hard days of quiet faithfulness. Resolve our hearts to follow you in momentous decisions and small choices. Make us brave in all we do.

Then, when the day of testing comes, we can bravely go in the fire and know that whether we live or die, we serve a God like no other—a God who is able to save.

“But if He does not, we will serve Him still.”




LCA will be selling donuts tomorrow morning at 8am in the Elementary School lobby! Donuts are just $1, so be sure to stop by and help support our school!! If you are interested with helping to sell donuts on Friday mornings for service hours, please contact Hannah.Griffin@LCAeagle.org!

Open House

Open House is upon us! This Tuesday, March 26 from 6-8pm LCA will be open to new families for tours, to meet teachers and staff and to get a great glimpse of all the wonderful things taking place at LCA! We will have Food Trucks on site, so make plans to join us, that evening for some yummy food and a LOT of fun! Current LCA families are welcome to come as well and have some fun with us! We will have live performances from our Fine Arts Department, demonstrations from our athletic teams and a chance for YOU to be a part of the fun in the gym, too! Don’t miss it–and invite your friends and family! See you there!!

**We have great opportunities to earn service hours before and during Open House as well! Email Hannah.Griffin@LCAeagle.org for more info!

Parking Lot Changes

Please be advised that the entrance near our football field (bottom entrance) is blocked as the City of Layton works to make some repairs. This road is open to local traffic only. Please use one of the two main entrances to the school! Thank you!


The LCA High School Prom “Once Upon a Prom” will be held April 26th! Tickets will be available soon!

 Summer Camp

Summer will be here before we know it and that means Eagle Eye Summer Camp will be in session! Brochures went home this week with students in Preschool – 6th grade! Eagle Eye is a great way to spend the summer with care available from 6am to 6pm right here on the campus of LCA! For more information, please check out Eagle Eye Summer Camp HERE!

Odd Job Opportunities

High School International Students at LCA are in search of opportunities for odd jobs as a way to earn extra spending money while they are in the US. If you have any odd jobs around your home or business such as cleaning, babysitting, yard work, etc. that you would be interested in having a student help with and compensating, please contact Jenn Malone at Jenn@LCAeagle.org for more information! Thank you so much in advance for your help and support of our amazing International Students at LCA!

Travel Club

The Travel Club will be headed to Portugal and Spain in 2020! Click HERE for more information is to follow and for any questions, please contact Sheli Burt at sheli.burt@lcaeagle.org

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