Category Archives: Christian Schools

Teach this truth to new believers

Discipline is an unavoidable part of God’s plan for spiritual transformation. Christian discipleship should teaching about the fact that, “The Lord disciplines those he loves.” Some Christians are not experiencing spiritual growth because they don’t understand this truth.  ___ A failure to … Continue reading

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A world without windows

  One of the things I love about the Bible is how repeatedly it opens the windows for the reader to look beyond the limitations of the material world. I find it refreshing, invigorating and challenging! It lifts us out … Continue reading

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One thing a parent should not say

Is there a method of parenting so effective that it will erase the sin nature in our children? Short answer? “No.” And if you don’t get this, it’s very possible that you’ll expect more from parenting than it can deliver. … Continue reading

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Ministry in Western Culture

  –Challenges and Opportunities– America is a pluralistic society rich in multi-ethnic and multi-cultural diversity. We (Christians) welcome this diversity and recognize that the gospel is meant for all nations and peoples on earth (Matthew 28:19-20; Acts 1:8; Heaven itself … Continue reading

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Christian Schools need our prayers

Today I had the privilege of speaking to a group of educators and administrators at a pre-event to the MACSA 60th Anniversary Conference. I deeply appreciate the work of these servants of Christ. Christian schools are doing an important work and facing unique … Continue reading

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