Last month, LNP published a story on the struggling enrollment at many private schools in Lancaster County. It was a featured story in the April 13 edition, which ... Read More
Classrooms across Pennsylvania have been a little more silent - and possibly a little more stressed - this week as students pore over the PSSAs.
A stroll ... Read More
Have you ever witnessed a miracle?
The Bible outlines many miraculous events. Some of them, however, may not make much sense at first glance. Take this ... Read More
It is easy to experience disequilibrium at Cambridge.
The first event during my recent visit to the University of Cambridge was dinner. When I sat down, I ... Read More
I have these moments. I used to freeze when they happened. One of my daughters (they are now aged 18, 16, 14, and 11) would say something and I would realize that ... Read More
The news makes me wince daily. I still read the paper and I have come to dread the turning of the second page. Each day it seems ... Read More
Every so often, an issue pops up in our school community that causes reflection on the concept of Christian liberty. Different families have different standards ... Read More
This is the final post in Ty Fischer's three-part monthly series looking at gender and family roles from a Godly perspective in today's postmodern society. You ... Read More