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Articles tagged Leadership

Two Jobs All Our Kids Will Have

I do not yet know what my children will be called to do in this life. I do not yet know what my Challenge III students will be called to do. But I do know this: all of these children will be called to two jobs. They will all be called upon to be citizen-leaders in...
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You Cannot Float Upstream

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by David
Wednesday, 24 October, 2012
categories: Big Ideas: Truth, Beauty, Goodness and more!
You never know what you are going to get when a dozen men take off for a weekend together in the name of Jesus, especially if their wives load the vehicles with gourmet meals, plus caffeine and sugar. This is what some of the men from our church did last weekend. We...
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Mentoring Programs: Discipleship and Leadership

What is a mentor, anyway?  In Homer’s Odyssey, Mentor is a wise older friend of Odysseus who advises his son Telemachus.  Ten years after the Trojan War ends, Odysseus has still not found his way home to Ithaka.  The men of the island try to convince his wife,...
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The Other Side of Leadership

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by David
Tuesday, 10 July, 2012
categories: Classical Christian Education
History is the story of leaders.  Civilization remembers events revolving around leadership.   Any list of great leaders includes the malevolent as well as the benevolent, such as, Mohandas Gandhi, Winston Churchill, Nelson Mandela, Abraham Lincoln, George Washington,...
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What can you do with a degree in classical liberal arts?

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One of the main criticisms that comes against classical education is its practicality in the real world. Dr. Hebbard addresses the issue that seeks to satisfy the critics as well as encourage the classical students by going beyond the surface of the assumption that a...
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