Ensure Your Child’s Success by Letting Them Struggle
Most parents may not be forking over a hundred grand to fake their child’s SAT score, but they’re doing something that I, as an educator, find concerning and harmful: eliminating as much struggle for their children as possible.
Giving our Youth a Faith Worth Fighting For
We’re failing to equip our youth for the battles they’re facing. Telling them “Be nice, learn your Bible verses, and do good works” and hoping they’ll survive is like sending soldiers to war dressed in their pajamas.
What’s Your Story?
Any time we make ourselves the focus of the story, our view of reality is going to be distorted. The really real is so much bigger than me and my little part of the universe. It’s so much bigger than you, too. We need to figure out where we fit in the bigger story—the story…
Why University Bound Christians Should Study Creationism
If Darwinian evolution sends so many young Christians into a faith crisis, why are we allowing them to enter adulthood completely unequipped to counter the claims of Darwin and defend what the bible teaches about creation?
Fighting Abortion from a Biblical Worldview
When it comes to addressing abortion, we must address it for what it truly is by digging deeper and attacking it at its root. Ultimately, the problem of abortion finds its solution in the gospel — God loves sinners.
Can School Help Students Find Their Purpose?
As that three-year-old gets older, the questions get more serious. “What are you going to study in college? What are you good at?” You’ll always meet students who can provide you a confident and detailed response. But for many students, it’s intimidating to think about what their purpose in life should be.