Fighting the Naked Emperor: A Review of Live Not By Lies

Fighting the Naked Emperor: A Review of Live Not By Lies

Totalitarianism at Our Doorstep By TY FISCHER and JOE GERBER We inhabit a world of lies. They are lies that command high places, and which Christians pay a severe price for transgressing. The most timely of fairy tales for our day is Hans Christian Andersen’s “The...

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Rafiki:  Friend to Africa’s Widows and Orphans

Rafiki: Friend to Africa’s Widows and Orphans

The Rafiki Foundation is an ACCS member. Theirs is a beautiful story of serving those most in need and also providing children with a classical Christian education. Read their story in the article below. Timeline of the Rafiki Villages “Rafiki Villages sit on at least...

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Wisdom from the Front

Wisdom from the Front

From the Classical Blogosphere Head of School Ty Fischer has reminded us more than once through this wild ride of a year that “our God is still on his throne, and He is not up for re-election.” — Kylee Bowman, Veritas Academy, Leola, PA As I contemplate the state of...

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Chrysostom

Chrysostom

Deadline: April 30, 2021 | See Entry Details THE NATIONAL ACCS ORATORY COMPETITION Watch all winning entries here CHRYSOSTOM MEANS “GOLDEN MOUTHED” IN GREEK. John Chrysostom (St. John in the Eastern Orthodox, Catholic, and Anglican churches) began his life in 349 in...

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Great Ideas

Great Ideas

Revisit Summer 2019 -- 8 Ideas You Can't Live Without. Want to dig deeper or find a new perspective? Need a discussion starter for a Bible study, discussion group, or class? Community Group Kit See the Articles View the PDF Are you with a school? Order copies for...

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CENTURY WATCH: The Declaration of Arbroath

CENTURY WATCH: The Declaration of Arbroath

Photo courtesy of Visit Angus:  www.VisitAngus.com FREEDOM! The Declaration of Arbroath, considered by some historians to be the most famous letter in Scottish history, was: written in Latin considered to be one of the most powerful pieces of rhetoric written by the...

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Read! Stories for family worship

Read! Stories for family worship

by STAFF WRITER Join Sally Lloyd-Jones Repairing the Ruins 2021 The annual conference of the ACCS Find Out More May your life be so settled, your character so established, that nothing will ever move you. —Charles Spurgeon THE JESUS STORYBOOK BIBLE Q&A WITH SALLY...

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Standing Up for the Truths That Shaped Him

Standing Up for the Truths That Shaped Him

A college freshman brings new (old) ideas to campus by STEPHEN N. REED It really doesn’t take much these days to stop a debate. Just a few weeks into his first year at Liberty University, Tim Parsley joined in a raucous theological debate on his dorm floor. What began...

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Classical News: 2-DAY LATIN-ONLY EVENT HELD IN TEXAS

Classical News: 2-DAY LATIN-ONLY EVENT HELD IN TEXAS

"WE WILL NOT LONG PRESERVE THE GOSPEL WITHOUT THE LANGUAGES." — Martin Luther Would you like information about hosting a similar event at your school? Email info@latinperdiem.com for more information. BY KAREN MOORE Classical students and teachers from four states...

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The Beacon is Lit: How will you answer?

The Beacon is Lit: How will you answer?

By Ty Fischer Join Me in the Back Room ▸   When I get sick, I watch the extended editions of The Lord of the Rings movies. I have always gotten well. Just saying. One powerful scene in The Return of the King is the lighting of the beacon fires. These fires...

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Sing! Making music part of family worship

Sing! Making music part of family worship

Q & A WITH KEITH & KRISTYN GETTY by Staff Writer GETTY FAMILY HYMN SING LIVE Join the Getty Family Hymn Sing LIVE on Facebook Every Tuesday at 7:15 PM CT Find Out More Ask the Getty family and they’ll tell you, singing together as a family is one of the...

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Family Worship & Culture: A Good Story

Family Worship & Culture: A Good Story

By David Goodwin Every family has a story. I’m not talking about that funny story from vacation last year, or from that quirky uncle in the family tree. I’m talking about a narrative that underlies what your children believe—and what you believe—about everything. If...

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LIFE OUTCOMES: Alumni Aged 23–44

LIFE OUTCOMES: Alumni Aged 23–44

    Classical Christian education taught me to be a lover of learning. Instead of learning material simply to regurgitate it on a test, my teachers guided me to ask good questions and learn deeply about ideas. God has used that as He continues to reveal His...

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PROFILE 4:  Conservative and Traditional

PROFILE 4: Conservative and Traditional

ACCS alumni lead a clear divide between Christians and secular schools.   How will your school choice now reflect on your child’s future beliefs? Will your children value the historic church and the Christian foundations of our nation? The Conservative and...

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PROFILE 2: Christian Life

PROFILE 2: Christian Life

ACCS alumni live their faith The Christian Life Profile looks at how the alumni’s Christianity translates into their life choices. As with Christian Commitment (p.12), Christian Life shows some common ground with evangelical and homeschools, though on different...

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