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What Parents Need to Know About the Teenage Brain

Many of us survive our children’s teen years by faith. We search the Scriptures, ask for wise counsel, and spend lots of time on our knees.

Les Misérables: God's Redeeming Love

It was London, 1995.

What Does it Feel Like to Have ALS?

My name is Trece.  I am a friend, a daughter, a wife, and a mother.  I hope you take the time to read this. I just want to share some thoughts of how a loved one with ALS might feel.

Remembering God's Faithfulness

 

I hit the single key on the keyboard and simultaneously felt my stomach drop to my feet. It was the fall of 2008, I was a senior filling out college applications and had just typed “0” in response to the question asking for my family’s annual...

Two CCA Seniors Named National Merit Finalists

 

Every October, approximately 1.6 million juniors across the country take the PSAT. About 16,000 of these students who score in the top 1% earn the title of National Merit Semifinalist.  7,500 of these semifinalists will move on to be named ...

What Type of Technology Parent Will You Be?

 

I recently got a smart phone for my 11 year old son. Yep!  I crossed over to the dark side...I'm that parent. 

What Does Train Up A Child Actually Mean?

When our oldest entered middle school, our church decided to host a youth group in our church basement, after a few years of not having an organized youth group,. The group  was open to all middle school kids in our church and in the...

Covenant Cheerleaders Snatch State Championship

Thirteen girls.

The thirteen come to the mat with all different levels of experience. Some have participated in gymnastics or competitive cheer since they could walk. Some have cheered since Junior High. Some have never cheered at all.

The Most Important Questions to Ask about Private School

We’re all familiar with FAQ’s ( Frequently Asked Questions) on websites or instruction pages, but when it comes to deciding where your children should attend school, let me submit a few SAQ’s (Seldom Asked Questions) for you to ponder.

Top Ten Ways to Prepare Your Student to Be Successful in College

I remember the day I dropped my firstborn off at college like it was yesterday.