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Finding Beauty in My Brokenness

“I’m having a heart attack!”

I shouted across the parking lot of Stein Mart as I slowly sat down on the hot summer pavement. “Sir, can you help me?” I yelled at a passerby. Luckily, this Good Samaritan stopped to help me inside the store. A few more...

How To Thank a Wonderful Teacher?

Before I taught at CCA, I was Assistant Director of the Medical Records Department at Methodist Central Hospital in Dallas. I attended management classes taught by a retired high school principal, and after one of these classes, he asked me when I...

The Uncommon Action of a CCA Student

How a School Mitigated the Impact of COVID for Families

The greatness of community is most accurately measured by the compassionate action of its members. Coretta Scott King

In March of 2020, my daughter and I somberly walked the halls of her high school. The silence was deafening. Normally these halls...

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,...

Finding a School Community that Cares

I’ve heard it said that if we can’t trust God with our pain, we will hate Him for it.

What CCA Means to the Tuttle Family

One word: Community.

Cultivating a Culture of Gratitude

Teacher Appreciation Week is coming up. Instead of simply bombarding you with links to give and help, I want to challenge and inspire our community to cultivate a culture of gratitude. As a CCA Mom and volunteer, I see firsthand that we’re already...

The One Behind the Mask

“God himself will milk the cows through him whose vocation that is.” Martin Luther

Dad wore the same Halloween costume every year. It was simple and impossibly frugal: an old robe and a government-issued gas mask from his military readiness bag....

The Sisterhood in Motherhood

I never had a sister growing up. I remember wanting one and wondering what it would be like having one.