“Sheltered” in a Good Way

By NOAH PAULS Noah Pauls graduated from...

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Answering the Call

Answering the Call

A robot whirs through the hallways of a classical Christian school. In the back of the class, it observes teachers; it stands sentinel at the morning ceremony; it greets prospective parents. Could this be: a. The beginning of an 8th-grade boy’s writing assignment? b....

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Wildly  Committed to the Mission

Wildly Committed to the Mission

BY TY FISCHER GOOD LESSONS RESULT FROM HARD CIRCUMSTANCES I sparred with a friend a few times in high school. He was a talented boxer. He had a way of teaching me. As we moved around the ring, he would say, “Get your hands up.” He wanted me to block punches thrown at...

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“Sheltered” in a Good  Way

“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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Our Anchor, Our Hope (Part 1)

Our Anchor, Our Hope (Part 1)

By Kristina Cowan Wow, that was fun!” my sixth-grader says as he darts from the doorway and bounds to my car. “What was fun?” I ask. I assume he’s referring to an exchange with his friends. “The school day, Mom. It was great. A lot of fun.” Middle school is many...

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The Imaginative Dad

The Imaginative Dad

By David Goodwin, President, ACCS Summer is both a blessing and a curse. As we see various declining patterns for our sons in American society (college attendance and graduation, independent living, marriage, etc.), and increased hostility toward masculinity, we might...

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A Voice for Life

A Voice for Life

 POETRY OUT LOUD 2ND PLACE WINNER, WASHINGTON STATE “It is my hope that if I am asked about this poem, I will be able to truthfully and compassionately share the truth about unborn lives, and that this dialogue will challenge others to reconsider their position on...

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Ask: Classical Conundrums

Ask: Classical Conundrums

Q: We live in a STEM world. Shouldn’t we prioritize that current reality above a liberal arts education? A:STEM is not a new pursuit but rather an acronym (first used in 2001) used to draw attention to these fields. Ironically, we can’t even agree on what fields...

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Fault Lines: A Social Justice Vaccine

Fault Lines: A Social Justice Vaccine

By Ty Fischer A deadly virus. A novel population. Mitigation efforts fail. Churches divide. The body count grows. Some lock their families away in hopes of avoiding illness. Classical Christian schools have not been immune, having witnessed some of their best and...

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1621: As If They Were Wiser Than God

1621: As If They Were Wiser Than God

THIS YEAR IN HISTORY The Pilgrims needed two things to immigrate to America: funding and a charter (permission) to start an English colony. Charters came from the Virginia Company of London, a corporation tasked by the Crown to support the settlement of colonies in...

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Culture Grip: Year – 1984

Culture Grip: Year – 1984

1984 Reading Books in the Time of Censorship By Daniel Snyder, March 2021 Sales of George Orwell’s 1984, a story now over 70 years old, spiked in 2013 during the revelation of extensive US government spying upon its own citizens. Sales jumped again in 2017 when a...

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The Equality Act

The Equality Act

The Equality Act One of the most important pieces of legislation in our lifetime Read: The Equality Act, H.R. 5Breakpoint: The Equality Act The Heritage Foundation: The Dangers of the Equality Act The Public Discourse: Albert Mohler on the Equality Act The new...

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GraceLife Church: Neither Judge Nor Jury

GraceLife Church: Neither Judge Nor Jury

Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It would be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron’s cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some...

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The Words of Power

The Words of Power

by Ty Fischer I should have been arrested. I had no clue. Words are powerful. Words create. With them, we propose marriage. We declare war. With words, knaves mislead fools. Words shape treaties, cause rebellions, and melt hearts. Under the right circumstances, they...

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Fruit In Its Season

Fruit In Its Season

by Ben McReynolds An alumnus perspective In early 2020, a tornado destroyed Rob and Amber Noland’s two cars, and badly damaged their Chattanooga apartment. Sheltering with Amber’s parents, and with COVID-19 concerns and restrictions expanding, they adjusted to working...

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Why do we study the Greeks so much?

Why do we study the Greeks so much?

As Christians, we must, of course, read and know the Bible intimately, so that we will know how God acted directly in human history, leading up to the Incarnation, Crucifixion, and Resurrection, and looking forward to the Second Coming. Such is necessary if we are to...

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