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Ashley Walker

Ashley is a former high school teacher turned stay at home mom. She is a proud graduate of Texas A&M University. She loves reading, playing the piano and attending her boys baseball games. She is married to Chris and they have four children: Trace (5th), Rhett (2nd), Lane (1st) and Waverly (3). They are members of Church at the Cross and have been a part of CCA since 2014.

Recent Posts

The Christian School Difference

When my husband and I set out many years ago to find a school that would be a good fit for our family, we knew we wanted a school where our kids would get a Christian education and be known by more than just their first name. We loved the fact that...

Answering God's Call in Your Child's School

This school year, I have four children at CCA ranging in age from Kindergarten to 7th grade. We started at CCA when my oldest was only four years old. I am a stay-at-home mom, and times were not all smooth sailing, especially when I had three boys...

Why Struggle is a Good Thing for Your Child

And now, dear brothers and sisters, one final thing. Fix your thoughts on what is true, and honorable, and right, and pure, and lovely, and admirable. Think about things that are excellent and worthy of praise. Philippians 4:8

I love this verse...

Getting Involved in Your Child's School

When you hear the word labor, you may think of your place of work, the holiday, or perhaps the process of giving birth. And scarcely can a woman hear the word labor and not think of pain! The process of physically birthing a baby is a painful one,...

One Day at a Time Sweet Jesus!

My grandmother became a widow at a young age and was left alone to raise four young children and run the family funeral home business. In addition to her faith and support from her community, she often credits the old hymn “One Day at a Time” with...

Gentle and Lowly in Heart

In today’s social and political climate, we as Christians have the prime opportunity to model the heart of Jesus to our children, community, and our CCA family.