Host Jeremy C. Park talks with Amy Speropoulos, Director of Communications and Community Outreach, and David Vaughan, Horticulturist and Urban Farm Coordinator with New Hope Christian Academy, who both highlight the urban, college-preparatory elementary school providing students with a challenging, intellectual, and Christ-centered education. During the interview, Amy shares how teaching, learning and discipleship have been the driving force for New Hope Christian Academy for more than 25 years. Starting at the age of 3 through 6th grade, the school offers an affordable Christian education, and invests in the lives of children helping mold them into quality, upstanding men and women who one day will contribute to the workforce and make a difference in the community. David spotlights the Urban Farm and Forest, talks about the significance and what’s grown, and also how they use it as a chance to give back and provide food to neighbors in the community. New Hope Christian Academy is enrolling now, so visit www.newhopememphis.org to learn more.