(Friday, February 18, 2022) – On Friday, February 11th the Sophia Learning Center, a Christ-centered preschool located in Kettering, premiered One Night With the King. A 30-minute online special broadcast that took viewers on a journey to learn more about King Jesus and how he came to Earth as a baby, died, resurrected and is the King of Kings. The broadcast, which streamed for audiences on the organization’s website and Facebook page, featured Sophia Learning Center students dressed as toy soldiers on scene waiting for The King, and introducing others to who this king is via fun musical, dance and puppeteer performances while they waited. Additionally, the program included a tribute to the organization’s founder Constance E. Brown who passed unexpectedly in October of 2021.
“Originally, the program was scheduled to be in-person in December, but with COVID cases rising and restrictions, we felt it best to postpone and take the program online,” said Constance Brown, CEO for the Sophia Learning Center. “However, we believe that the program was meant to air exactly when it did. February is known as the month where love is most celebrated. There is no greater act of love than God sending his only son [Jesus] to set us free and give us life! So, we pointed people to the greatest love story ever told.”
To date, the broadcast, which is free and still available to watch at www.sophialearningcenter.org of via Facebook/SophiaLearningCenter has reached nearly 600 people and received over 400 views. Said Constance Brown, “Our prayer for this program was that people would, of course, enjoy the cuteness, but ultimately be pointed to The King through the student’s performances, praise and genuine joy. Our world needs that so much right now! Our goal at the Sophia Learning Center is to train up children to have a strong foundation in reading and math before they go into the schools, but also a strong foundation in Christ - ultimately becoming world changers by shining their lights and pointing people to the King.”