The education of our children is vital to their continued success into adulthood. But as of late, things look grim: America’s public education system lags far behind other developed nations, test scores continue to drop, and the cost of higher education continues to climb, putting a college degree out of reach for many. Christians have long worked to provide high quality education with an emphasis on Christian doctrine for their children, but more and more are uniting with their neighbors to bring reform to struggling public schools.
- The Faith Behind the Famous: Isaac NewtonHe has been called "the greatest scientific genius the world has known." Yet he spent less time on science than on theology.
- When did Sunday Schools start?For a long time, they were the only way working-class families could receive an education.
- The Life & Times of D. L. MoodyHow an awkward country boy with a grade-school education became the greatest evangelist of the Gilded Age.
- 11 Back-to-School PrayersShort liturgies for anxious parents, teachers, and students.
- More Evangelicals Oppose School Vaccine RequirementsWhile most still inoculate against MMR, they’re less likely to agree that kids must get the shots to enroll.
- When a Third of the World DiedDuring the Black Death, the greatest catastrophe in human history, how did Christians respond?español
- The ReformerHow Al Mohler transformed a seminary, helped change a denomination, and challenges a secular culture.
- Why Intelligent People Are Less Likely to Be ReligiousAnd how our expectations for Christians in education are changing.
- Gordon-Conwell to Sell Main Campus, Move to BostonAfter a decade of enrollment decline, leaders began to see the seminary’s biggest financial asset as a liability. They hope relocation could be the big change they need.
- Mr. Rogers Had a Dangerous SideUnderneath the gentle smile and neighborly manner, he was driven by anger at the way the world treated children.