One of the primary obstacles for Christian families pursuing Christian education is affordability. My school strives to keep tuition affordable, but this can still be a huge amount for many families. Nearly a decade ago when I was considering the … Continue reading The Case for Christian Education, pt. 2: Affordability
I’m getting ready to enter my ninth year in Christian education. I spent the first seven of those years as a teacher in both part-time and full-time capacities, and in the last year I’ve served as an administrator. While I’m … Continue reading The Case for Christian Education, Pt. 1
The first day of school is right around the corner isn’t it? My oldest son works for Wal-Mart. Recently, during his over night shift he was stocking the school supplies on the shelves all night long. Parents will soon be … Continue reading The New School Year
“Furry!” It sounds so cute doesn’t it? The word makes me think of a little dog with too much fur that cuddles up next to me. That may be what comes to your mind as well, but that isn’t at … Continue reading The Furry Phenomenon
Maybe everything…. Ad-Populum How so, says you? Have you ever heard of a fallacy called “ad-populum?” This fallacy comes from the Latin that means “appeal to the people.” This argument is basically a fallacious argument that says, because the “vast … Continue reading What does Evolution have to do with the Transgender Movement?
A Christian friendship can be one of the most beautiful blessings ofthe Christian life. I have some tremendous friends who care deeplyabout my life and walk with Jesus. Some of them would do almostanything for me, and I would do … Continue reading Christian Friendships
A common liberal assertion I took a class entitled “The New Testament as Literature” my sophomore year in college. The professor told the class that the historicityof the person of Jesus was contested, and because of this, scholarshad serious doubts … Continue reading I learned in college the bible couldn’t be trusted. What’s the truth?
REPENTANCE AND RELATIONSHIP Your personal relationships will be defined on a practical level by your ability to repent of sin when confronted. Parents, it starts with you. You and I must take responsibility for our failures so our children learn … Continue reading Teaching Children Repentance
Fanny Crosby was born March 24, 1820. When she was born, she had an eye infection. Her parents sought help from someone who smeared a paste in her eyes. Unfortunately, the paste blinded Fanny. Even though early on she lost the ability to see, she was still a very happy and thankful child. At just 8 years old she wrote this poem: “Oh, what a happy child I am, although I cannot see, I am resolved that in this world contented I will be, How many blessings I enjoy that other people don’t, So weep or sigh because I’m blind, … Continue reading Thankful in Every Situation
The Dream.. Many parents have dreams of their children making it to the college or pro level in sports, but the reality is that the vast majority of kids will not play beyond high school. A study by the NCAA … Continue reading What Are the Chances? Your Child and Sports….
December 5thLight two candles. When Jacob saw Rachel the daughter of Laban his mother’sbrother, and the sheep of Laban his mother’s brother, Jacob wentup and rolled the stone from the mouth of the well and wateredthe flock of Laban his … Continue reading Jacob: A Love Story (Part I)
Son of the Shunamite: Hoping to Bless (Day 7) (Excerpt taken from the book current book I am working on that will be called The Seventh Resurrection) “Let us make a small room on the roof with walls and put … Continue reading Hospitality