Delmarva Christian Schools held their 14th Annual Student Scholarship Banquet at Delmarva Christian High School’s Arts and Athletic Center in Georgetown, on Friday, October 9. In addition to a fantastic night of great dining, a spectacular silent auction, wonderful fellowship, and engaging entertainment provided by DCS students, the evening culminated in a message delivered by former Philadelphia Eagles player and current team chaplain, Rev. Dr. Herbert H. Lusk, II.  Early in his career and at God’s leading, Pastor Lusk voluntarily left the Eagles to begin a ministry that has met the spiritual and physical needs of the impoverished of Philadelphia.

Former Philadelphia Eagles player and current team chaplain, Rev. Dr. Herbert H. Lusk, II reminds guests of the importance of equipping and empowering young students with a Christ-centered education.

The DCS Scholarship Banquet serves to raise money for students desiring a Christian education at Delmarva Christian High School and Delmarva Christian Schools—Eagle’s Nest Campus. Without these scholarships, these students would not have the financial resources necessary to attend these schools. To date, funds raised from this year’s Banquet have topped $120,000.

DCHS sophomores Briana Shipley, Anna Shipley, freshman Holly Baker, junior Kainat Chaudhary, and freshman Hannah Czapp performed a rendition of Psalm 32 at the Delmarva Christian Schools Annual Fundraising Banquet on Friday, October 9.

DCHS sophomores Briana Shipley, Anna Shipley, freshman Holly Baker, junior Kainat Chaudhary, and freshman Hannah Czapp performed a rendition of Psalm 32 at the Delmarva Christian Schools Annual Fundraising Banquet on Friday, October 9.

DCEN Ensemble members Lilyanna Gregory and Jose Lemus join students of the DCHS Royal Ensemble in singing Psalm 23.

DCEN Ensemble members Lilyanna Gregory and Jose Lemus join students of the DCHS Royal Ensemble in singing Psalm 23.

DCHS freshman Morgan Waide was one of nearly 30 DCHS students to serve food and drinks to guests at the 14th annual DCS fundraising banquet on Friday, October 9.

DCHS freshman Morgan Waide was one of nearly 30 DCHS students to serve food and drinks to guests at the 14th annual DCS fundraising banquet on Friday, October 9.