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What a year of commingled uncertainty and hope, of love and exhaustion, of fear’s interplay with faith. God’s grace all the way down, as we attempted to tread educational water throughout. The Greek word often used for education is paideia: a word which defies a comprehensive definition, much like our word “culture,” due to its...
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As you know, our mission to assist parents in shaping students’ affections extends to our desire to assist parents in meeting students’ needs as their developing into the person God created them to be. With this goal in mind, The Academy began using individualized accommodation plans to provide support for students who present with needs...
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For much of human history, philosophers, theologians, and storytellers alike considered friendship a core human virtue. Aristotle wrote about it in Nicomachean Ethics, Cicero wrote a treatise about it, and Aelred of Rielvaux baptized Cicero in Spiritual Friendship. But as the world became modern, friendship fell on hard times. C.S. Lewis observed in The Four...
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Technology and its use have been front and center in our household the past few weeks as we continue navigating parenting during the “COVID-19 Pandemic” phase of the Digital Age. It is tough to balance tech use when your kids live on their devices because of school as well. Just last night I sent my...
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I’m sorry to not have been able to spend time with you and your children this week, I miss you all dearly. For the last several days, I have sat at my Grandpa John’s bedside reading the Bible, praying, and singing. He suffered a major stroke this last week and has been placed on hospice,...
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Many of you have now seen our capital campaign update video that we released on #GivingTuesday. If not, you can find it here. As we round out the final funding pieces of Midtown and turn our sights to the growing needs as both South and North Campus, we will be inviting you along the way...
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