Just Like Today

Today was our annual School Work day. What a blessing, seeing the returning families, staff and students making the campus ready for another school year. I need to admit I came to school this morning a little down cast, having recently learned that one student was not returning this year. Being a small school, one student is not an insignificant number. But more importantly, each student is not...
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Summer Musings

Summer Musings I’ve not posted here for a while, deferring more to the weekly Character Matter Comments during the school year. But the summer break is winding down, and as I go through my “start of school” checklist, a lot of thoughts are swirling through my mind. It has been a great summer, enjoying a time in Yellowstone National Park with my family. Seeing the creative power of God on...
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Soft Authority by Mark Hamby

Softened Authority A Lamplighter Moment from Mark Hamby Recently I was reading a devotional by 17th century author Francois Fenelon. His wisdom is beyond anything I have heard or read before. He is particularly insightful when it comes to parenting and teaching. Listen to what he shares about children who don’t get the point—well, quickly! He writes: ”No teaching is effectual without...
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Young People’s Problems, J.R. Miller

Chapter 28 – Learning Contentment?   Download hard copy =>  Chapter 28   Young People’s Problems – Chapters 1-28 -> Young People’s...
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To a Child, Love is Spelled T-I-M-E


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Our Daily Life, by T.S. Arthur

From the Principal’s Desk – Following up on the 1/8/13 Character Comment based on Presbyterian pastor J.R. Miller comments on “life’s common experiences” as seen in Luke 24, we published a seven part serial Character Comment piece entitled “Our Daily Life” by Timothy Shay Arthur. Having looked at in parts, it is good to look at it and consider it in whole.  Below is that...
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