To educate students all over the world through a biblical worldview.
To equip educators and the next generation of culture-shaping leaders with the tools they need to understand and defend their faith through the authority of scripture.
Our curriculum design works by embedding existing state and national curricula outcomes into our five themes: Made in His image; In His hands; In the world, not of it; Creation and Alpha & Omega. We will work with your school in implementing the learning content across each grade level.
Curriculum development is at the heart of Kingdom Thinkers Academy. If we are going to shape the hearts and minds of the next generation for Christ, it begins here. We are seeing parents take back control of their child’s education through homeschooling and private education, and we wholeheartedly want to support your decision to educate your kids, your way. Our courses aim to equip your children with the truth of God’s Word as they navigate many of life’s big questions and contemporary issues facing our children today.
Christian schools can also adapt our five theme framework within their school setting. We believe deep learning takes place when students understand the 'big picture' behind their learning. Our transdisciplinary approach focuses on blending literacy & numeracy with other disciplines into one cohesive program. Administrators and parents can adjust our unique framework to suit your school/home context.
An inquiry into God’s world and its laws; the truth that God is upholding all things and promises to do so as long as the earth endures; the understanding of geology in light of the Flood, astronomy and biology from a biblical perspective.
An inquiry into the literal interpretation of the creation narrative in the book of Genesis; humans were created in their present form on the sixth day; creation occurred about 6,000 years ago by calculating the years provided in biblical genealogies.
An inquiry into the Tower of Babel; people groups; living conditions and homes; the migration of people groups after God confused their language; why civilization is indebted to Christianity for its freedoms and strong institutions.
An inquiry into the history of government from a biblical perspective; the purpose of civil government; economic systems; our responsibility as believers to care for the poor and needy.
An inquiry into the distinct nature of humans made in the image of God; there is only one race; humans unique and eternal relationship with God; spiritual and physical health; how we share many of His attributes are capable of knowing and glorifying Him; family relationships and communities; what it means to put off the old self with sinful practices and put on the new self who is indwelt with the Holy Spirit.
Author - Made In His Image
Lauren is a wife, mother and teacher who loves Jesus. She has a heart for teaching and upholding the truth of God’s word in what she teaches. Married for 18 years with three beautiful girls, Lauren knows the importance of her responsibility in Christ to raise her children in the ways of the Lord.
She desires for her children and students to know God, and to know His incredibly rich and deep Word acknowledging that God, the Most High, is the only truth and His ways are worth following, for His ways are not our ways, they are so much higher. She encourages her children and students to fear the Lord and so be equipped with knowledge (for the fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge) and truth so that they can withstand the deceits of the enemy by knowing how to put on the full armor of God. She desires for her children and students to find their confidence in the LORD alone and thereby follow His lead in walking in the works that He has prepared beforehand for them to walk in. She prays that her children and students will be resilient over-comers in Christ who have ears to hear what the Spirit is saying and the courage to do it.
Lauren is a secondary teacher by qualification but has been teaching music to primary school aged children since 2009. Prior to that, she worked as a business analyst and project manager for a Supply Chain Consulting Company, until she realised and pursued her passion for teaching and curriculum writing.