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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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Preparing for the Agora {What is it and how do we ready our children?}

Occasionally, we run across an article written by a colleague that is worth sharing with our readers. It is encouraging to be reminded that there are others – parents, schools, administrators & teachers – around the nation are in the trenches with us. We are all striving to raise up …

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Can Balance and Truth Exist Together?

“Balance is an offense to the truth.”  That was the closing line of a column written by a political science professor at Gettysburg College.  She was explaining her inability to provide a balanced discourse in her classroom during the current presidential campaign because, in her view, one of the candidates …

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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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A Christian Response To The Orlando Shootings

At this point, we know quite a bit about what took place in an Orlando nightclub in the early morning hours of last Sunday. In a short amount of time, 50 people entered eternity and another 53 were injured. This single act is being described as the most deadly shooting …

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Passion. So Much More Than Love.

“The word ‘passion’ has been hijacked … Misused and abused … Emasculated by a feel-good culture of moral relativism … Prostituted by personal development gurus.  Passion today is understood as ‘what excites you, what puts the sparkle in your eyes, the twinkle in your toes.’  The word has become candy …

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Keeping the Faith {Part 3}

It has been encouraging these past couple of months to read the thoughts shared by HCA alumni about growing in the Lord after leaving the tight-knit community of HCA. As parents and teachers, comfort can be found in the faithfulness of our God. As the apostle Paul reminds us: “He …

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Christian School & Spirituality {Part 5 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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Christian School & Government Intrusion {Part 4 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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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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