Monthly Archives: January, 2012
In January 2009, Julea Ward was wrongfully expelled from EMU’s counseling program for holding to her Christian beliefs. She had been assigned a potential client seeking assistance regarding a sexual relationship that violated her religious beliefs.
A New York State Senate committee passed a bill on Tuesday as the first step toward overriding a New York City policy banning churches from holding weekend worship services in rented public schools.
Watch the short video from Heritage Foundation explaining school choice, how it benefits parents and children and why school choice is needed.
What singular cause could bring together the likes of Democratic campaign strategist James Carville, Republican Governor Bobby Jindal (LA), actor Sacha Baron Cohen, and 2,000 families, all under one roof?
School choice gives parents the freedom to choose a school based on its quality and their child’s needs, not their home address.
Children and families across the nation will be impacted by these new sex education standards. The real target is our most vulnerable … our innocent little children in elementary schools. Sponsored by groups like National Education Association, the new Sex Education Minimum Standards K-12 clearly run cross grain to Christian values. Parents need to be [...]
While following the unfolding story of Greek’s economic crisis, I can’t help but see some parallels in the Church. Why is the Greek government in such crisis? Why are they on the verge of total collapse? Why do they have to borrow so much money? The answer is simple: Because they can’t get their own [...]
You might be surprised to hear that every school in America today is teaching religion. I know, we’ve been told that the separation of church and state does not allow for the teaching of religion in government schools but religion is being taught in an aggressive fashion, every single day. You ask, “What religion is [...]
Q & A with Dr. Jeff Myers “More than anything a skeptic needs to see that there is a thinking community of people who are not developing their beliefs around what they don’t know, but that they are developing their beliefs around what they can reasonably and intelligently know.” Editor’s Note: Dr. Jeff Myers, President [...]
How does a school give a Christian worldview to every student? Fundamental to this endeavor is good teaching that presents a clear, Christian perspective. To provide a broad, scriptural foundation in the mind of the student from their earliest years, proper use of Christian curricula and application of biblical truth to curricula in all subjects [...]