Ensure Your Child’s Success by Letting Them Struggle
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by nwchristianschool
5M ago
As soon as a child enters kindergarten, many parents are concerned with one thing: success. How can they ensure that their child is on educational path that will guarantee the best grades, scholarships, college, career, salary, and ultimately, life? The lengths some parents will go through to make sure their kids have a college diploma in one hand and internship letter in the other has no limits.  No greater example is needed than the notorious college admissions scandal that rocked our pre-covid nation. Dozens of wealthy parents and celebrities were outed for spending hundreds of thousan ..read more
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Giving our Youth a Faith Worth Fighting For
Kingdom Culture Conversations
by nwchristianschool
5M ago
This Blog is sponsored by Frameworks: a Biblical Worldview Initiative. Frameworks courses are online Bible classes for public school students, available for elective credit on their high school transcript! Learn more at frameworks.ncsaz.org. Recently, a mother came to us looking for help for her 17-year-old son. He’d confessed to her that he’d been addicted to pornography since he was nine; she had never suspected that porn was a problem for him.  Several months ago, I visited a Barnes and Noble with one of my daughters. As we walked past the occult book section that was right off the mai ..read more
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Pharisee, Sadducee, Essene, or Zealot: Which Are You?
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by nwchristianschool
5M ago
This Blog is sponsored by Frameworks: a Biblical Worldview Initiative. Frameworks courses are online Bible classes for public school students, available for elective credit on their high school transcript! Learn more at frameworks.ncsaz.org. The students’ eyes glazed over before I could even get all four names out.   I was substitute teaching in a high school bible class and the topic I was charged to present dealt with the four religious sects of Judaism in the first century, during the time of Jesus’ earthly ministry. But, as I began to articulate the names of the Jewish groups, I ..read more
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What’s Your Story?
Kingdom Culture Conversations
by nwchristianschool
5M ago
This Blog is sponsored by Frameworks: A Biblical Worldview Initiative. Frameworks courses are online Bible classes that public school students can take for elective credit on their high school transcript! Learn more at http://frameworks.ncsaz.org. Last week, I was watching a rerun of an old sitcom. The parents in the show had been out for the afternoon leaving their children home alone. When they returned, they found a mess. Trash littered the floor. Furniture was out of place. Something sticky clung to one wall. A vase was broken. In shock, the father turned to the mother and said, “I can’t w ..read more
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Did the Apostle John Make Up the Story of Lazarus?
Kingdom Culture Conversations
by nwchristianschool
5M ago
This Blog is sponsored by Frameworks: A Biblical Worldview Initiative. Frameworks courses are online Bible classes that public school students can take for elective credit on their high school transcript! Learn more at http://frameworks.ncsaz.org. Many historians, and even some Bible scholars, would say, “Yes.” And, they would offer some pretty compelling evidence to support their claim. To understand their case, imagine this moment. You and I are at a coffee shop, enjoying conversation, coffee, and caffeine. Suddenly, I kick the can.  Keel over. Dead. Doornail dead. But, as you are scram ..read more
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Why University Bound Christians Should Study Creationism
Kingdom Culture Conversations
by nwchristianschool
5M ago
This Blog is sponsored by Frameworks: A Biblical Worldview Initiative. Frameworks courses are online Bible classes that public school students can take for elective credit on their high school transcript! Learn more at http://frameworks.ncsaz.org. “Pseudoscientific.” It means a theory about the natural world that claims to be scientific but is not. It’s a descriptor word you’ll find in the introduction of many Wikipedia pages about creationism including young earth creationism, Answers in Genesis, and the Creation Museum (1, 2, 3, 4). This is what young people read when they Google “creationis ..read more
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Delightful and Truthful: Nails and Goads Part 2.
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by nwchristianschool
5M ago
Part 2. Ecclesiastes 12:10-11 says, “The Preacher sought to find words of delight, and uprightly he wrote words of truth. The words of the wise are like goads, and like nails firmly fixed are the collected sayings; they are given by one shepherd.” As mentioned in Part 1 of this blog, this passage can help us shape the Biblical environment we strive to make for our students. Part 1 focused on the first set of words in that passage – “words of delight… words of truth.” The second set of words that guide our teaching for Biblical worldview development is nails and goads. The preacher’s use of the ..read more
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Fighting Abortion from a Biblical Worldview
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by nwchristianschool
5M ago
Abortion is murder. That’s not just a problem in society today; it is sin before God. So, when it comes to addressing abortion, we must address it for what it truly is by digging deeper and attacking it at its root. Ultimately, the problem of abortion finds its solution in the gospel — God loves sinners. Establishing a Foundation As Christians, we follow Jesus Christ. And Jesus not only demonstrates from God’s word that we are to live by it, like when He was being tempted in the wilderness by Satan (Matthew 4:4; Deuteronomy 8:3), but He clearly recognizes the word of God as truth in His high p ..read more
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Delightful and Truthful Words: Nails and Goads Part 1
Kingdom Culture Conversations
by nwchristianschool
5M ago
Part 1 I frequently talk with teachers and educational leaders. When we get around to talking about Biblical worldview immersion, it is common for teachers to nudge the conversation towards questions about how to present the content of a Biblical worldview. They frequently express misgivings about their ability to connect Biblical content to their academic content. They fear they’re not talking about God and Scripture enough in their lessons to be able to say they’re doing authentic Biblical worldview immersion. This is understandable. As Christian teachers, we expect that what we say about ou ..read more
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Cultivating the Next Generation of Ministry Leaders
Kingdom Culture Conversations
by nwchristianschool
5M ago
A student today can have thousands of friends they communicate with regularly – through social media, online forums, etc. But they’re actually pretty lonely. The idea of deep relationships and community in real life feels foreign to them. They’re being more consumed by the secular world, and perhaps that’s why they’re less interested in church. Unless we do something about it, this could drastically decrease the number of ministry leaders in the next generation.  Authentic Christians Many of today’s students are having a difficult time distinguishing between what’s real and what isn’t. Th ..read more
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