Christian School & Technology {Part 3 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 added to our list since…  [read the full post]

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 added to our list since…  [read the full post]

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 added to our list since…  [read the full post]

What Does Christian Leadership Need? Start With GRIT!

In the 1969 movie True Grit, Mattie, on a mission of “justice” to avenge her father’s death, recruits an ornery, one-eyed federal marshal named Rooster Cogburn (John Wayne) because he has “true grit” – a reputation for the ability to get the job done.  In the end (spoiler alert), they get their man with Mattie…  [read the full post]

Keeping The Faith {Part 1}

One of the very real fears of parents and students alike is the reality of the glaring statistics of the number of students who seem to abandon their Christian faith when they go leave home and go to college or wherever life might take them after high school. The pressures of a young person’s newfound…  [read the full post]

Learning To Be Still – A Vital Part Of Christian Education

Like a Bridge Over Troubled Water I will ease your mind Like a Bridge Over Troubled Water I will ease your mind. Then came the bass arpeggios, followed by the swelling strings, the strong piano chords and the spine tingling sound of Art Garfunkel’s voice holding that last note, in tune, for an impossibly long…  [read the full post]