The Review

  • Public Schools and Worldview

    By Finn Laursen CEA I Executive Director “Any system of education …which limits instruction to the arts and sciences and rejects the aids of religion in forming the characters of ...Click here to read more

  • Getting Directions from the Owner Through His Word

    Life stewardship is grounded in the foundational truth that God is the Owner of all things. This truth has far-reaching impact into every area of our lives. God owns our homes, our cars, our bank accounts, our investments, our children, our spouses, our bodies, our time, our abilities — just to name a few of the areas. ...Click here to read more

  • One Size Does Not Fit All

    I am 6’2” tall , and I have size twelve feet. Long ago I accepted the fact that “one size does not fit all!” Occasionally, however, I would forget that this truth also applies to parenting. It never took long for one of my children to remind me. Sometimes I realized my mistake after an awkward conversation with one of my children while driving them home from an appointment. ...Click here to read more

  • Generous Steps of Faith:

    How God uses ordinary people to accomplish extraordinary things By Zach Clark The dining room at the local breakfast eatery rings with the early morning laughter of five men as they greet each other for breakfast on a spring morning in 2002. Their agenda is unknown to the other patrons of the restaurant as each man orders his standard breakfast fare with lots of hot coffee to go around. They begin their discussion with prayer. ...Click here to read more

  • Why Christian Schools Should Use Biblically Integrated Online Courses

    Have you considered how the academic material in a course is influenced by the author’s worldview? Since most textbooks train students to think from a Godless worldview, ...Click here to read more

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