What Worldview Has YOU?

The term “worldviewishly” was coined by John Stonestreet and Brett Kunkle in new their book A Practical Guide to Culture: Helping the Next Generation Navigate Today’s World.  This book is a required reading assignment for all HCA staff this summer and provides some provocative challenges and practical help for teachers and parents. In the fourth […]

Your Steadfast Love Endures Forever

Recently, the Heritage Christian Academy 7th grade girls, under the leadership of teacher Katie Tassy, spent time learning about the Psalms. Their assignment, after studying these works penned by David, was to write their own Psalm, or sacred song or hymn. These young ladies, ages 13 and 14, spent time searching their hearts, and committing […]

Make America Great Again

Disclaimer – THIS IS NOT A POLITICAL POST!! Regardless of your political persuasion, you cannot possibly have navigated the last two years in the US without at some point coming in contact with the phrase “Make America Great Again.”  Mercifully, the election is over.   However, I think former First Lady Barbara Bush got it […]

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 living. I’m living my life. […]

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 revealed that there is a […]

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 was so disqualified as to […]

Teaching Christian Worldview to our Children

Worldview matters. And we dare say that, in light of all that is happening in the world today, worldview matters more than ever. Why? To answer that question, we must first define worldview. Simply put, our worldview consists of the set of beliefs – or the lens – through which we interpret the world around […]