Contributor: Michael S Martin | Length : 40 | File type : Audio
Boring, just a multitude of dates and names, musty tomes... or lively, fascinating, must-read? In this fast-paced modern society, we need history more than ever. Find out who you are, where you came f... Read More
Contributor: Albert Brubacher | Length : 51 | File type : Audio
True education will always enhance a reverence for God and His Word, building conscience to walk in His Word. It is more than a preparation for life; it is a preparation for eternal life. Life in the ... Read More
Contributor: Michael S Martin | Length : 41 | File type : Audio
We agonize over how to help teachers. We spend hours at board meetings discussing slow students. We wonder how to help the children from stressful home situations. We long to recover innocence in ... Read More
Contributor: Sheldon Yoder | Length : 41 | File type : Audio
Having a clear-eyed understanding of our heritage on the one hand and a clear perspective of the times on the other, how do we build on our heritage in times like these? What exactly do we wish to... Read More
Contributor: Sheldon Yoder | Length : 22 | File type : Audio
An inheritance requires work in order to benefit its recipients. What is this heritage of Christian schooling weve been handed? How can we go about actively claiming our heritage?
Contributor: Norwood Shank | Length : 31 | File type : Audio
If we follow existing practices and patterns, what will our school look like twenty years hence? If we wish for an improved outcome twenty years hence, what are some steps we should consider now to ac... Read More
Contributor: Gerald Miller | Length : 35 | File type : Audio
This topic examines where weve been, where we are, and where were going. How well are we doing what we set out to do, and how will we be doing in the future?
Contributor: Arlyn Nisly | File type : Article
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In a recent email exchange, David Yoder asked, “What would be your response to a student asking about why we as an Anabaptist, largely non-politically involved, sc... Read More
Contributor: Edward Lake | File type : Article
In this article, Edward reviews strengths and concerns with several models of Christian schooling. What other considerations would you add?
1) Church Schools
This is when a single church or a collec... Read More
Contributor: Matt Peachey | Length : 3 | File type : Audio
If the purpose of your school is to bring people to Christ, why worry about academics? Matt challenges this view, and calls us to see Christian education as excellent education.
This excerpt wa... Read More