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A Year in Review

Year-end thoughts from HCA Head of School, Rick Lukianuk What a year it has been here at HCA. When 508 students arrived last August for the beginning of classes, we knew that God had many wonderful surprises in store for us, as well as many teachable moments, many problems to …

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The Crown of the Aged: Christian School Alumni Making a Difference

“Grandchildren are the crown of the aged…” —Proverbs 17:6   Over the years (even before I became one of the “aged”) I often referred to this verse when talking with grandparents at our annual Grandparents’ Day. Why does Solomon say that grandchildren are the crown of the aged? Why not …

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Celebrating a Life Well-Lived; A Tribute to Caleb Schwab

At the end of last summer, we tragically lost a student, classmate and friend, Caleb Schwab, as he was about to enter 5th grade at HCA. We have spent this past school year learning how to deal with our grief and seeking to understand God’s greater plan in the midst …

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Why Choose Christian Education?

The following article was written by Galen Mussman, Chairman of the Heritage Christian Academy Board. His thoughts on why Christian Education is important are both timely and insightful. Galen believes deeply in the importance of preparing our children through christian education, and he spends much of his time ensuring that …

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Christian School & Technology | Issues Facing the Christian School: Part 3 of 5

Over the course of the next few weeks, we want to go back and re-address some of the first blog posts that we published when we started our Christian Education and Worldview Blog. That was close to two years ago now . . . and we have many additional readers …

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Christian School & Culture {Part 2 of 5: Issues Facing the Christian School}

Over the course of the next few weeks, we want to go back and re-address some of the first blog posts that we published when we started our Christian Education and Worldview Blog. That was close to two years ago now . . . and we have many additional readers …

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“GOD IS A MYTH” {So Says The Curriculum}

Some of you may have heard of the recent controversy in the Katy, Texas school district where a junior high teacher developed an “assignment” that she believed would assist the students in understanding the difference between a fact, an opinion and a myth. If confined to a discussion of the …

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Worldview: A Few Degrees Off Makes A World Of Difference

There is a well-documented, but relatively unknown, rule within the realm of direction and compass headings. It is called the “Rule of 1 in 60,” and if you happen to be a pilot or ship navigator, you know it well.  However, for the rest of us, the rule goes something …

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How To Raise Up A Leader

In his 2006 book, provocatively titled The Last Christian Generation, Josh McDowell addresses a crisis facing churches today.  He quotes surveys from Barna and others that indicate that 70% or more of “churched youth” will find that the church will not play a part in their lives when they leave …

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