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  • Ignite August 2016

    Ignite—The word ignite speaks to what I see occurring every time I visit one of out twenty global offices. A fire for transformative Christ-centered education is being kindled in many nations, igniting a demand for ACSI's resources and support that has doubled our reach in the last decade.

  • 48.1 Raising Daniels in a Secular Babylon

    Our children are growing up in an increasingly post-Christian and secular society, where the public views people of faith as irrelevant. What does it mean that we live in a secular society, and how should we and our children engage with this secular culture?
    Author: Dan Egeler President, ACSI

  • 48.4 Training Acts 17 Children

    False ideas. How in the world could false ideas be on the same level of destruction as drugs or immorality? Maybe this comment by the late philosopher Dr. Richard Rorty of the University of Virginia can provide insight.

  • Legal Legislative 20.1

    The new final rule will become effective on December 1, 2016. The federal Fair Labor and Standards Act, commonly referred to as the FLSA (29 USC § 201 et seq.), establishes the federal minimum wage and a 40-hour workweek with time-and-a-half pay for overtime work for employees.
    Author: Legal Legislative Department

  • 48.7 Equipping Your Child for the Race

    We’re raising our children in extremely challenging times: ungodly ways abound and loud voices hail those ways as right. How do you train children to live godly lives so when they’re old, they won’t depart from wisdom? Dr. Larry Taylor has developed a practical way to do that, and I’ve invited him t
    Author: Dr. Larry Taylor

  • 48.8 Essential Training Areas for Children

    Especially when my three children were younger, I always welcomed wisdom on how to raise them to honor and serve the Lord as adults. Dr. Larry Taylor has created a model for deliberately training young people; I’m sure you’ll find his ideas practical. —Dan
    Author: Dr. Larry Taylor, Dr. Dan Egeler

  • The Many Hats of the Admissions Director 20.3

    People relate to stories, so gather a collection of stories from your staff that you can use to help a prospective family picture themselves and their children at your school.
    Author: Sharron Shaw

  • Core Principles of School Sustainability 20.3

    Faculty and staff must be wholeheartedly committed to putting their lives and stories in front of kids as they point students to Christ in word and action.
    Author: Todd Clingman

  • 48.9 Essential Training Areas for Children 2

    Christian schools are most effective when they partner with parents in discipling their children. In Christian School Comment 48.8, Dr. Larry Taylor shared the first part of his model for deliberately training children. I encourage you to read it if you haven’t, and to enjoy this second part. —Dan
    Author: Dr. Larry Taylor, head of Prestonwood Christian Academy (Plano, Texas)

  • 49.1 Back to School—Round 2

    The start of the school year is akin to New Year’s Day: it’s a new beginning, and you have no idea what the days ahead will bring. For that reason, it’s a great time to re-center on God. I’ve invited Jay Ferguson, headmaster of Grace Community School (Tyler, Texas), to address some ideas on keeping
    Author: Jay Ferguson, headmaster of Grace Community School (Tyler, Texas)

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