Tag: high school

COMMENT: Christian Education Offered in Lincoln County | News

During the most formative years of life, a student will spend over 12,000 hours in the classroom before graduating from high school. This period has a profound impact on academic performance, character formation, social-emotional learning, and spiritual well-being. Lincoln County is very fortunate to have educational solutions in three strong school systems, including a vibrant […]

Editorial: The Value of a Christian Education

My wife is a graduate of Pepperdine University and I am a graduate of Southwestern Christian College. Four of our five children attended colleges associated with the Churches of Christ – Harding and Oklahoma Christian. Were there higher education institutions closer and cheaper? Yes. Could we have been educated at a local community college or […]

Connecting Generations of Christ’s Followers: Bridges Christian Church Begun 100 Years Ago | News

RUSSELL The English proverb “Tiny acorns grow mighty oaks” illustrates the development of Bridges Christian Church, which celebrates its 100th anniversary this year. Although no one can remember when the church started, Executive Pastor Kevin Fraley said he pieced together some history by examining church records and directories. At first The first congregation began to […]

Ramona’s new First Christian Church pastor uses art to teach stories

First Christian Church’s new pastor, Reverend Johnny Diaz, envisioned a career as an artist before he felt God called him when he was in his final year of high school. Former Orange County resident Diaz, 37, said he started attending South Coast Christian Assembly Church in San Juan Capistrano when he was 17. “I was […]

Roseville Christian Church celebrates 150th anniversary

ROSEVILLE – During a period of declining attendance and church closings across the country, the Roseville Christian Church is still alive and ready to celebrate its 150th anniversary. Bill Gossett, a member of the church for over 70 years, said the church is still alive today “because of the faith, the family and their future […]

Impact 360 Institute speaker talks about Christian education at West Point Lions Club – Valley Times-News

It’s no secret that the younger generations, namely Millennials and Gen Z, are less religious than their elders. Some see this as a problem. At their Wednesday meeting at West Point Presbyterian Church, the West Point Lions Club hosted speaker Eric Turner, a representative of the Christian organization Impact 360 Institute, who explained how his […]

Bethel Lutheran’s New Morton School Offers Hybrid Christian Education

MORTON – Meet the ninth grade class of the new Bethel Lutheran High School. There are five students: three boys and two girls. Two students are from Morton. There is one from Mackinaw, Peoria and Tremont. The quintet is participating in a pilot program that will assess the effectiveness of a hybrid educational model in […]

Vandal floods Christian Orthodox church in Linda Vista

SAN DIEGO – Father John Reimann received a call early Thursday afternoon that the church he heads in Linda Vista, St. Anthony’s Antiochene Orthodox Church, had been damaged by a vandal. Reimann immediately feared that the brand new iconography painted all over the sanctuary’s ceiling – completed just two weeks earlier – might be destroyed. […]

The first Christian church hosts an organ concert on Sunday | Religion

First Christian Church Meridian invites the public to join them for the third of four evenings of organ meditations at 5 p.m. on Sunday, August 22. The 30-minute concert will be performed by Teodora Mitze-Circiumaru, organist and conductor at First Christian Church. Fans of organ music will have the opportunity to listen to classical compositions […]

Full Armor Christian Academy: Inside Lousiville’s experience in Christian Academy | Local News

On the northern edge of Louisville is a campus of five educational buildings, two chapels, and a handful of accessory buildings and hangars that make up Full Armor Christian Academy, a private school that provides “Christ-centered education” to families across the country. South. and central Illinois. The school, which has 180 students from kindergarten to […]

New school adopts Christian education approach

By Style Reporter The new primary education institution Trinity Christian Junior School has decided to embrace Christian education with the aim of becoming a leading Christian school in the country and region over the next few years. Based in the Harare suburb of Zimre Park, the primary school which offers courses ranging from Early Childhood […]

Parent Partners – Christian Education in North East India

COLORADO SPRINGS – When we research NGOs and Faith-Based Organizations (FBOs) for posting on Missions Box News, we look for something that makes the organization unique. It was easy to find what makes Parent Partners great in and of themselves. The Parent Partner Ministry is distinguished by the fact that it focuses only on providing […]

“A teacher of teachers”: Beka Horton, famous figure of Christian education, dies at 90

Through Michel Gryboski, Christian Post reporter | Thursday 02 July 2020 Pensacola Christian College hosted a memorial service for Dr. Rebekah “Beka” Horton on Wednesday July 1, 2020. | Facebook / Christian College of Pensacola Dr. Rebekah Horton, co-founder of Florida-based Pensacola Christian College and a notable figure in home Christian education, died on June […]

The Christian way of life and the reasons for the importance of so-called Christian education

Through Anna MedinaEditorial contributor | Saturday, January 18, 2020 Students at Spalding High School in Griffin, Georgia pray on August 23, 2019. | Screenshot: AHA Does a Christian need education? Before answering, let’s look at the history of this question. For most of the 20th century, mankind lived under the banner of “scientific” atheism. People […]

Gary Gentry of Kentucky behind the promotion of new Christian film, “Unplanned”, now in theaters

By Tom StultzKentucky today GREENVILLE, SC (KT) – Kentuckian Gary Gentry is passionate about his vital role in promoting the new Christian film, “Unplanned,” which opened in more than 1,000 theaters on March 29. He is passionate because he believes in the message of the film and because it is so close to his own […]

Tim Tebow directs the Christian film he always wanted to see

LOS ANGELES (RNS) —Tim Tebow, Heisman Trophy winner and former NFL quarterback, knows that being a good Christian doesn’t solve everything. Watching Christian movies grow up, Tebow had doubts when the main character started to pray and suddenly everything “was perfect”. Tim Tebow and his fiancee, Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters, attend the “Run the Race” premiere on […]

Tim Tebow is making the Christian movie he always wanted to see

Los Angeles • Tim Tebow, the Heisman Trophy winner and former NFL quarterback who is now preparing for his fourth season as a minor league baseball player, knows that being a good Christian doesn’t solve everything. Even while watching Christian movies growing up, Tebow had doubts when the main character started to pray and suddenly […]

Maintain Christian education in mission

David R. Shannon remembers the day E. Claude Gardner walked into the sawmill near Centerville, Tenn., Where Shannon worked and asked him to attend Freed-Hardeman College. “It changed my life,” Shannon recalls. David Shannon But he never dreamed that he would one day replace Gardner as president of Henderson’s School, Tenn., Now a 2,000-student university […]

Providence Academy brings the best of homeschool and classical Christian education to children in the area – Blue Ribbon News

(ROCKWALL, TX – August 6, 2018) A unique university model school providing children with high quality college preparatory education has recently made its home here in Rockwall County. Formerly located in Rowlett, Providence Academy will bring its exceptional teaching model of combining home schooling and traditional Christian education to local children to its new location […]

Helen DeVos, philanthropist focused on health, Christian education and the arts, dies at 90

Helen DeVos watches an Orlando Magic game in March with her husband, Richard, the team owner. (Phelan M. Ebenhack / AP) Helen DeVos, a West Michigan philanthropist known for her support of children’s health, Christian education and the arts, died Oct. 18 in Ada Township, Michigan. She was 90 years old. The cause was complications […]

The best Christian movie you have ever seen: Meet The Pretender

Thank God for Amazon Prime. Without it, we wouldn’t have access to swathes of terrible, obscure, and until recently removed from sale movies and TV shows that have found a new place in its back catalog. And in one corner, unexpectedly hidden away, is a veritable treasure trove of religious films that have faithfully waited […]

Carnival to celebrate 40 years of Christian education

To celebrate its 40th anniversary, the Ramona Christian Lutheran School is organizing a carnival, open to the community, on Friday, June 2. “We wanted to do something big to celebrate it,” said Stéphanie Lebeau, a school volunteer who coordinates the carnival. The carnival will run from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the school, 520 […]

Christian Education Is An Integral Part of the Ministry of the Nazarene | Religion

With beginnings as a prayer calling meeting in the home of founder Reverend George Russell, the Nazarene Baptist Church, throughout its history, has been sustained by God through a force of dedicated membership. “I am delighted and congratulate the ministers, officers and members of the Nazarene Baptist Church as we celebrate, exalt, magnify and honor […]

YouTube Blocked Trailer For Christian Movie “I’m Not Ashamed” For Months, Movie Executives Says

The producers of the Christian film “I’m Not Ashamed” were embroiled in a battle with YouTube after the video-sharing site removed the trailer for their film without any explanation. The video site has since reinstated the trailer, but those closest to the film say months away from the video-sharing site have hurt the film’s publicity. […]

Louisiana Baptist Convention and Baptist Christian Education Convention scheduled for Baton Rouge | Faith

The 143rd Annual Session of the Louisiana Baptist State Convention and the 32nd Annual Session of the Louisiana Baptist Congress of Christian Education will be held July 17-22 in Baton Rouge. The theme of the event is “Exceptionally Looking to the Future as We Discipline for Christ”. The conference will include approximately 20 adult Christian […]

Reverend Marshall H. Garrett, 73, Minister of Christian Education at Moore Street Baptist Missionary Church | Richmond Free Press

The Rev. Marshall Henderson Garrett, Minister of Christian Education at Moore Street Missionary Baptist Church, was widely known for his loving and caring spirit. “He was always ready to give advice, a kind word and an easy smile filled with class and style,” according to his family. Reverend Garrett, 73, died on Saturday June 18, […]

Veritas Academy Offers Cody ‘Classical and Christian’ Education | Local News

Parents looking for a classical education and Christian principles have found Veritas Academy to do the trick. Veritas – which means “truth” in Latin – is a new private school in Cody listed as a classical Christian school. He teaches students how to think, not what to think, says teacher Amy Law. The fourth-year class […]

“How a Christian education made me lose my faith”

Accelerated Christian Education, or ACE, is infamous for its controversial independent learning style and for teaching consistent with fundamental Christianity – the program made headlines in 2012 when it was discovered that certain resources were using the existence of the Loch Ness monster to refute Darwin’s theory. devolution. It is not known exactly how many […]

The Four Questions of Christian Education – Acton Institute PowerBlog

One of the advantages of living in a free society is that parents have several options for educating their children, including enrolling them in religious education. Christian education is unique in that teachers can integrate faith and learning into the classroom to free academic disciplines from mere materialistic or rational concerns to direct interdependence and […]

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