Category Archives: The RENEWANATION Review
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Dr. Glenn Schultz makes a great point in his book, “Kingdom Education” concerning what it takes to successfully raise a child who will know, love and serve Jesus.
Schools all across America are struggling to survive. This battle affects both public and private education. Administrators daily face severe budget challenges and pray for help.
Why is America great? We might answer this question in any number of ways.
By Michael J. Stell, MATS “What fellowship has light with darkness?” Paul asked the Corinthians when it came to the issue of being married to an unbeliever (2 Cor. 6:14). Many Christians apply this same idea to the relationship between a Christian worldview and the life of learning. At best it is a kind of [...]
By Melvin Adams – President and COO Since the vision of RENEWANATION is to offer every child a Christian worldview, schools are a most logical focus in our mission. As we approach the subject of schools, many important questions surface. To be sure, there are varied opinions on some of the answers. But because one’s [...]
By Jeff Keaton – Founder & CEO THE QUESTION IS: “Are Christian kids in non-Christian environments evangelizing the lost or are the lost evangelizing our kids?”
By Melvin Adams – President & COO Did your mom ever tell you, “There are two things you should never talk about in public: religion and politics?” To be honest, my mom never did – and I’m glad! Religion and politics are probably two things everyone should talk about. Like it or not, they affect [...]
By Jeff Keaton, Founder & CEO RENEWANATION has been greatly blessed from her inception by key individuals who have felt God’s call to get behind this nation changing vision and work. When I first shared this new vision with the congregation I was pastoring, I was somewhat anxious about what their response would be. However, [...]
We all have regrets; those negative conscious and emotional responses to personal past acts or behaviors. One of my biggest regrets is attending a secular university.