Life Skills

What spiritual, intellectual, cultural, and physical skill sets will an EHA student have mastered upon graduation?

An EHA graduate will be able to:

Spiritual:

  1. Understand, meditate and apply the Word of God.
  2. Give a reasonable explanation for faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and be able to lead others to a saving knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ.
  3. Discern and explain a Christian worldview and distinguish it from other worldviews – humanist, etc.
  4. Navigate the Bible, having read it from Genesis to the Revelation, and summarize the content and significance of each book.

Intellectual (Academic):

  1. Communicate effectively through the spoken word.
  2. Communicate effectively through the written word.
  3. Listen to and understand instructions and communications.
  4. Problem solve (use critical thinking).
  5. Research to find relevant information.
  6. Use technology effectively to accomplish tasks.
  7. Know how to make wise choices (prudence).

Cultural:

  1. Demonstrate responsibility.
  2. Work independently and as a member of a team.
  3. Demonstrate an appropriate attitude toward authority.
  4. Manifest proper social, dining or business etiquette.
  5. Demonstrate conversational skills (eye contact, shaking hands, proper speech, etc.)
  6. Dress appropriately for different social settings.
  7. Manifest proper grooming, manners and neatness.
  8. Set goals and create a path to achieve them. (Stay with a task until completed.)
  9. Manage time effectively (including punctuality and organizational management).
  10. Demonstrate a victor mentality (emotionally, financially and as an entrepreneur).

Physical:

  1. Determine the components of a nutritionally well-balanced diet.
  2. Demonstrate an understanding of beneficial mental, emotional, and physical health habits.
  3. Maintain a fitness level that can sustain 30 minutes of continuous moderate exercise daily.
  4. Use proper sports fundamentals to participate in a variety of athletic activities.