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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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What Is Your IKIGAI? (Hint: It Has To Do With Your Life's Purpose)

Recognize this guy? We have a public service announcement for you . . . DON’T BE LIKE THIS GUY! In an episode of Seinfeld, the infamous “show about nothing,” the following exchange took place: Kramer: You’re wasting your life. George : I am not. What you call wasting, I call …

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A Christian Response to the World's First 3 Parent Child

This week a story came out announcing the birth of the world’s first “3 parent child.” Although I continue to be shocked by the scope and speed of our culture’s redefinition of family, marriage and gender, this story referred to a scientific phenomenon, not a social one (yet). This story …

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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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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 & 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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Christian School & Economics {Part 1 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 Education: A Weapon In The Stand Against God’s Enemies

I listened to a sermon recently from a passage in Isaiah that held a great deal of encouragement for me. The specific topic concerned the oracles in Isaiah (chapters 13-23) against the many foreign nations around Israel and God’s people. There were two key concepts in this message that stood …

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The Christian School Teacher: Simply Awe-Full

Our teachers are absolutely awe-full. No, that’s not a misspelling, nor is it a misstatement. We firmly believe that our teachers are awe-full. In fact, that is one of the things we look for when hiring teachers. It doesn’t take much imagination to figure out what we mean by awe-full, …

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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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