Christian high school seniors help launch a school in Cameroon

Two high school seniors from the Greater Atlanta Christian School (GACS) have played an integral role in starting a new school in Cameroon, Africa. Marilee Karinshak and Molly Pritchard helped raise funds through a foundation run by their soccer coach, Nadine Kezebou. The school, called Hale Academy, is providing free schooling in Cameroon to children who…
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Current Events October 22nd, 2021

Pennsylvania and Missouri School Boards Associations leave national association, 21 states distance themselves from ‘domestic terrorism’ language applied to parents

(Updated 10/25) Last week, the Pennsylvania School Boards Association (PSBA) voted to cancel its longtime membership with the National School Boards Association (NSBA). On October 25, the Missouri School Boards’ Association (MSBA) did the same. Several other states are reevaluating their membership. The PSBA said its “final straw” was a letter from the national group requesting…
Parenting October 25th, 2021

Move over, Avengers. Your child will love meeting these real-life faith superheroes

Almost every child has heard of Spiderman, Black Widow, and Thor. But do they also know about Prince Kaboo, Mary Slessor, and Eric Liddell? Instead of (or in addition to) fantasy figures, try introducing them to real-life Christian heroes whose stories have been retold for children! Many practical, hands-on resources exist on teaching your children about…

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Petra Academy: Sense of Community Fuels Growth

Petra Academy, a classical Christian school in Bozeman, Mont. is experiencing growth that mirrors other Christian schools around the country. Enhancements to athletics and community…

God is at Work | Morning Routine for October 27

When Jesus saw him lying there and knew that he had already been there a long time, he said to him, “Do you want to be…

Missouri School Boards’ Association withdraws from the national organization after NSBA equated parents’ concerns to “domestic terrorism”

(Christian Rehder, The Heartlander) – The Missouri School Boards’ Association (MSBA) withdrew from the National School Boards Association (NSBA) recently after the NSBA sent a letter to…

Middle school teacher endorses sexually graphic material in class of 11 and 12-year-olds

Summit Trail Middle School in Olathe, KS, recently received significant backlash when a 7th Grade teacher posted on social media that she was excited to…

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