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Foundation Dinner 

Date: November 10, 2022

6:00 pm

Speaker: Dan Landstra

“Why Now?”– The front row story behind the essential need for Christian education in 2022.

We don’t need to pay attention very long to understand we live in a time of division and conflict.

In a culture of competing worldviews, how does the gift of a Christian education guide our children to a knowledge of the Truth while giving them the skills to navigate a tumultuous culture? 


Come and participate in this year's theme "Now, More Than Ever," at the Foundation Dinner! Meal provided by Johnny B's BBQ. **CLICK HERE FOR INVITATION DETAILS.**



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What is the ACS Foundation?

The ACS Foundation Fund, held at the Allendale Community Foundation (part of the Grand Haven Area Community Foundation) is an opportunity for supporters of ACS to leave a permanent legacy on Christian education in Allendale. The Fund allows for a distribution every year to be used for the general fund in order to keep tuition affordable. The Fund will continue to grow over time and allow us distributions for years to come, helping current students and the following generations. This distribution equates to over $300 a student this year alone!

Give Now!

If you are unable to attend the Foundation Dinner or want to give online instead, click the "Donate Now" box below to link you to our online giving page to securely donate. Each gift to the ACS Foundation Fund and ACS Tuition Assistance Foundation Fund leaves your mark on ACS, impacting generations of ACS students. 

Dan Landstra is the Director for Spiritual Life and Leadership at Unity Christian High School in Hudsonville, Michigan. After receiving his degree from Dordt University he began his teaching career in Iowa at Sioux Center Christian, teaching middle school Bible for three years. He has been at Unity for the past twenty-eight years. Dan’s passion is leading students to see Christ in all areas of life, coaching them as followers of Christ to become leaders.

Dan speaks with student groups and churches around the Midwest on topics related to faith, cultural engagement, and spiritual growth.

Dan is married to Laura. They have four children and live in Hudsonville, MI.