In the process of studying the ways heads of K–12 Christian schools lead pastorally, I learned how Christian school leaders craft climate, culture, and community in ways that advance student learning, promote faculty flourishing, and serve as powerful acts of worship.
Here is a list of five really important questions that intentional parents—and those of us who aspire to be intentional parents!—can ask:
You may have a kid like me. You may be exasperated with him or her. You may feel like the world is out to get him or her. He or she may have had a rough year at school. I get it. That’s OK; it’s really all a part of God’s plan for his or her life.
As you read this, your children (whether five or 15) are already off to a new school year. Well, so are mine. This year, however, I’m sending one off to college. Her school-age years are finished. I thought it would certainly be easier the second time around, having launched her sister two years ago.