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Fruit of the Spirit in the Public School

In Galatians 5:22, Paul states, “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control; against such things there is no law.” Earlier, Jesus had said, “Either make the tree good and its fruit good, or make the tree bad and its fruit bad, for the tree is known by its fruit” (Matthew 12:33). Fruit of the Spirit’s Ideals As Christian educators, we should want to be known and remembered as good trees that produce good fruit. The spiritual nutrition that a “good fruit” can provide is immeasurable. Can our faith be exercised, and education exist in unison? […]

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Crumbs, Milk and Honey

There is a saying we have all heard: “Is the glass half full or half empty?” The beauty of that saying is that it hinges on perspective. The essence of the word picture is that a glass, filled halfway with water, can be perceived as almost full or almost empty. There are times in my life that I see things from both perspectives. Half empty triggers in me a sense of scarcity, implying that things will get progressively more challenging with less available resources. Half full triggers a sense of abundance, implying that things will get progressively better because resources […]

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God’s Glory or My Gain?

“Lord, you are my God; I will exalt you and praise your name” (Isaiah 25:1). There are only two reasons to do anything in life. One is for personal gain and the other is for God’s glory. One is to serve the self and the other is to serve our Savior. One is to advance the cause of our little kingdom and the other is to advance the cause of the Kingdom of God. The Scriptures are full of examples of both, and it is always a good idea to inventory our hearts from time to time to see just […]

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50 Years Defending the Sanctity of Human Life

Broward Country Right to Life has been advocating for the sanctity of human life for more than 50 years! Founded shortly after the passage of Roe v. Wade by the late Dr. Matthew Bulfin, a gynecologist and pioneer in the pro-life movement, the organization has been led for the past 25 plus years by John Aman, president, and Tewannah Aman, executive director. Their mission is to promote the sanctity of human life through public witness, education, church engagement, community outreach and prayer. Defending Human Life for 50 Years However, it is this couple’s own personal testimony that is perhaps the […]

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Franklin Graham: Courts Are Crucial, but God Is Supreme

The 2024 elections are still more than a year away, but the historic Supreme Court decisions from this past June remind us just how far-reaching election results can be. In a landmark 6-3 decision, the justices ruled in favor of Colorado Christian graphic designer Lorie Smith, who did not want to use her design skills to promote same-sex weddings. This has struck a tremendous blow to the LGBTQ lobby, which seeks to force its immoral lifestyle on any who disagree, particularly, Bible-believing Christians who stand on God’s Word, which does not condone any form of homosexual or transgender behavior.  This […]

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He Is Our Shepherd

“The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. He makes me to lie down in green pastures; He leads me beside the still waters” (Psalm 23:1–2). Virtually every educated mind in the English-speaking world has heard the words of this psalm of King David. These words to our loving Shepherd have been spoken by many a soldier under a star-filled sky during a dark night in a foxhole on some faraway battlefield. These are the words whose syllables have been formed by, and whispered through, the lips of many while dying on a bed of affliction. These are the […]

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Asbury University Graduates Critical Thinkers Ready to Change the World

Since 1890, Asbury University’s commitment to rigorous Christian liberal arts education has not wavered, and students at the picturesque school in Wilmore, Ky., can expect to belong, become and be set apart. What Asbury University Focuses Through an emphasis on whole-person development — thinking well, living well, loving well and serving well — Asbury strives to develop graduates into critical thinkers who are ready to serve others and change the world. With a deeply engaged and thoughtful faculty and staff invested in the lives of students, Asbury’s unfailing principles of faith, morality, deep thought and ordered love are evident in […]

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Point University Equips the Next Generation On-Campus and Online

Point University is a private institution that educates students to impact culture for Christ. The University provides a broad, comprehensive curriculum designed to prepare students for their chosen professions, awarding associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Point is equipping the next generation to take their faith into the marketplace in new and culturally relevant ways — to erase the lines between who they are and what they do so that they see life and mission as one and the same.  About Point University Founded in 1937 as Atlanta Christian College, Point University originally devoted its attention to the education of ministers, […]

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Waynesburg University Ranks Among the Best in Nursing, Counseling and Criminal Justice

Consistently ranked a best value school, Waynesburg University has built a reputation for value, high-quality education and outcomes. The University’s focus on service annually impacts thousands of individuals in its local communities and internationally, and its Strategy for the 21st Century affirms its commitment to developing an entrepreneurial mindset and ethical leadership skills for all students. Top programs include nursing, counseling and criminal justice, which rank among the best nationally. What Waynesburg University Offers Waynesburg University offers more than 70 undergraduate major concentrations and several graduate and professional programs, both online and in-person, and its Pathways Center provides comprehensive student […]

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