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Principles and Methods Part 1

I’ve taught a study skills course to 7th graders for nearly fifteen years. As we focus on organization skills, my advice is simple: Find something that works. There are lots of strategies and systems to stay organized, but if the… Read More

Worldview at School

It’s a phrase repeated often at Providence: “There is no neutrality in education.” Whether explicitly or implicitly, every educational system promotes a distinctive worldview in every area of life, including our doctrine of God, sin, virtue, morality, family, and vocation…. Read More

Truth and the Rise of the Modern Self

Teaching truth today is more challenging than ever. We live in a topsy-turvy world, where up is down, right it wrong, and good is evil. Our children are growing up in a world our grandparents could never have imagined. As… Read More

The Centrality of Scripture

Every year around this time, I have the privilege of soliciting student feedback in secondary classrooms. Recently the juniors and seniors provided great feedback about their theology class. One of the things they appreciate is the emphasis on the Bible…. Read More


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