it all boils down to paying attention, accessing the best information, and then being willing to make changes in response to learning.
the escalating cost associated with both higher education and fundamental healthcare has placed the United States in danger of becoming a nation where the idea of equality comes with an increasingly lengthy disclaimer.
Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not stop them; for it is to such as these that the kingdom of heaven belongs.” – Matthew 19:14 Monday, with one more significant turn of the time machine, our… Read More ›
We all know how much I love my grandchildren. Just click on the “Grandaddy Letters” category and you will find dozens of posts featuring David and Beks over the past few years. They’re growing by leaps and bounds and in every… Read More ›
The unfolding of your words gives light; it gives understanding to the simple. – Psalm 119:130 Sometimes I wonder if maybe we make life too complicated. I look around and see how so many examples of people taking something that’s… Read More ›
The more I think about it, the more I believe there is a strong relationship between the value we place on public education and the value we get from public officials.
That’s what Rally Day means at WFPC; it means that we are choosing to bring our collective enthusiasm for the Gospel together, under the banner of Jesus, and that we are moving forward in joy!
Today’s post will – first – refer you to this week’s Wake Forest Today column, “My Rant About School Teachers.” It addresses some of the misinformation out there about public educators, and it’s also a good read. So, here’s the link. It’s a short… Read More ›
Any survey of current discussion topics – via Internet, radio, television, magazine and newspaper – is going to finger “Reading in America” as a hot, pervasive, and controversial subject for conversation. Everyone has an opinion when it comes to reading, and especially reading… Read More ›