Ralph Cochran will reveal real-life examples of Christian schools that have implemented this process and experienced dramatic increases in their growth without costing a lot of money and valuable time.
Grant Horner leads a discussion on how the Zoom platform ‘does and does not’ work for classical socratic pedagogy, professional meetings, church and bible studies, or any other form of important gathering.
Chris Perrin surveys the ways that the great ancient and medieval Christians transformed pre-Christian thought by sifting, synthesizing, and transforming it in light of the lordship of Christ the Logos and his gospel of redemption.
During a time of pandemic, it can be tempting to simply cancel such trips, especially when they involve travel abroad. Cancelation appears as the obvious solution; consideration of alternatives takes time, effort, and creativity. Is it worth it?