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Poiema: “Work of God”—In the Congo

"Congratulations on launching PIA today! I’m proud of you, Mom!” Kahindo Mbodwam read these words right after she awoke from a nap on opening day at Poiema International Academy in Kinshasa, The Democratic Republic of Congo. Exhaustion had set in. But when she saw the...

A Princess Without a King

By David Goodwin How Hollywood lost its way Have you noticed how the stories in our most popular story form—the movies—have paled in recent years? In 2019, the top 10 movies were: Avengers Endgame (sequel), The Lion King (remake), Frozen II (sequel), Toy Story 4...

“Sheltered” in a Good Way

By NOAH PAULS Noah Pauls graduated from high school in 2017. In February, 2021, he returned to his alma mater to deliver this special message in person to the current student body. It is much easier to navigate the world as a slave to sin. The reason is that as...

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The Art of Wonder

The Art of Wonder

By Hannah K. Grieser Boredom has to be one of the most common complaints...

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Classical Schools Cut Through the Culture Wars

Classical Schools Cut Through the Culture Wars

A recent article in Newsweek reminds its readers: Schools have a profound effect on the values instilled in children. It goes on to say that in an ideal world, schools would cut through partisan battles, ensuring some set of consistent values and focusing on the goal of advancing truth. read more…

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The Beauty of Standing Fast

A Headmaster’s Perspective “Men’s” magazines have women on the cover; women’s magazines also have...

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Seeing Beyond The Day

"EVERYONE WANTS THE APPLES; VERY FEW WANT TO PLANT THE TREE AND WAIT." THE SMALL BEGINNINGS OF A...

“Train well for this life, and train well for the life to come; train well for earth, and train well for heaven; train them for God, train them for Christ, and train them for eternity. Amen.”

— 1888, English Pastor J.C. Ryle, “The Duties of Parents”

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