Sitting adjacent to me was my dear and beloved friend Amy, the friend that was popular with all our classmates. The one with perfectly placed hair, a charming personality, and the artistic ability ... Read More
“Narnia, Narnia, Narnia, awake. Love. Think. Speak. “
I came upon these words this past week while reading CS Lewis’ classic story The Magician’s Nephew with my Secondary I class ... Read More
This blog was originally published in the HarvestUSA magazine's 2017 Youth Culture issue . The author, Cooper Pinson, is ... Read More
Sexting. Bullying. Deadly social media games. Addictions.
These are not issues relegated to big cities. To someone else’s neighborhood. Or to the future.
These are things that our ... 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 there is some new revelation about ... 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 when it comes to music, books, ... 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 can view last month's post on ... Read More
Whether it is a natural disaster or a mass shooting, the news is often filled with terrible, tragic sins and calamities. Death, destruction, and terror rain on ... Read More
Watching the news over the past two weeks has made my stomach turn.
I grew up in Southern Indiana. One summer I worked picking cantaloupes and watermelons from sun up to sun down. My ... Read More
When you hear the word yoga, you might pause and raise your eyebrows. Its connections with Eastern mysticism have made it somewhat suspect in Christian communities, and sometimes for good reason. ... Read More