Why is Discipleship Key to What We Are Trying to Accomplish in CCE?


by
Howard Davis November 8, 2018


Presented at:
2018 SCL Annual Conference

ABSTRACT:

It may seem obvious, but discipleship is key to what we are trying to accomplish through our Classical Christian schools. However, discipleship is increasingly harder to accomplish in our post-everything world, and it often gets lost as background among all the other goals that we are seeking to accomplish. This seminar will look at the book of Judges to learn what happens when discipleship is lost. Participants will also explore how to effectively disciple through our schools in today's culture.


TAGS:

Classical Education Discipleship Theology Worldview


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Howard Davis
Howard Davis lives in a household that closely resembles the household of Pride and Prejudice – he's the dad of five girls (ranging from 7 to 17 years old) and the husband of one wife, Melissa, who teaches at Providence Classical Academy in Bossier City, Louisiana. He grew up in Mississippi, studied accounting and economics at Baylor, worked as an accountant, went to Covenant Seminary, pastored Grace Presbyterian in Shreveport for 14 years, started Providence Classical Academy in 2005 and has been the Head of School there for eight years.


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