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30 Day Infusions to Be Better Followers of Christ
30 days and four essential practices
Education. Learn more about articulating your faith. Grow your faith-sharing skills. To do this, we need a monthly infusion of inspiration, accountability, education, planning, and prayer!
Twila Paris Defends Brother Indicted for Bribery at Christian College
(UPDATED) Ecclesia president accused of kickback scheme with Arkansas lawmakers. His board and family contend he's innocent.
In 1996, the campus transitioned into a Bible college, accredited by the Association for Biblical Higher Education. In 2005, it received accreditation as a liberal arts school.
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From John Wilson, editor of ‘Education and Culture’ at thebestschools.org.
Wilson's Bookmarks. From John Wilson, editor of 'Education and Culture' at thebestschools.org. From John Wilson, editor of 'Education and Culture' at thebestschools.org.
Evangelical Leaders Challenge Trump’s ‘America First’ Budget
Group of 100 prominent Christians worry severe cuts to foreign aid will reverse progress at reducing poverty.
Stearns went on to suggest cutting programs could halt or even undo the advancements made to eradicate diseases, reduce poverty, and improve education.
Half of Hispanic Christians Worry About Deportation Under Trump
Pew: Latino Protestants most likely to rate Trump a ‘terrible’ president.
Despite their concerns over deportation, Hispanics are more likely to believe issues like education, national security, the economy, and health care belong higher on Trump's agenda
Why You Most Certainly Will Fail to Reach Your Secular Friends
Many have never been given a single reason as to why God is relevant to their lives.
opens a door to. Sit at their table—the table where most of the major decisions are made for government, culture, media, and education. By the way, these
Died: H. Wilbert Norton, Who Taught Christian Colleges to Care About Missions
Congo missionary and TEDS, Wheaton, and RTS educator organized first Urbana conference.
H. Wilbert Norton, whose lifelong leadership brought a missions focus to Christian higher education, died last Monday, less than a week after celebrating his 102nd birthday.
Missions Sunday: Hermeneutics for Healthy Churches, Part One
Training in biblical interpretation should be an integral part of every missions strategy.
As one who is involved in theological education in a missions context, I am encouraged by many young missionaries who recognize that the task of missions is not complete when a few
Under DeVos, the Real School Choice Christians Face
The future of public education will depend on the church.
Under DeVos, the Real School Choice Christians Face. The future of public education will depend on the church. The future of public education will depend on the church.
What Does Academic Success Look Like?
It’s not just getting smart or a degree.
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In the United States, only one of every three adults has a college education, and only eight of every one hundred people (8 percent of population) have earned a master's degree.
Black Churches Matter: Research Ties Attendance to Positive Outcomes
African Americans who worship regularly are better able to handle racism and discrimination.
In one study of black adults, neither education nor income predicted a sense of optimism—a hopeful attitude about the future linked to better physical and mental health and lower
Compassion Has 'Very Little Hope' for India, Sets Deadline to Shut Down Sponsorships
About 145,000 children have already lost its assistance with food, education, and health care.
About 145000 children have already lost its assistance with food, education, and health care. Compassion Has 'Very Little Hope' for India, Sets Deadline to Shut Down Sponsorships.
Loving Science and Loving God
An interview with chemistry professor Daniel Romo.
During the 2016 National Hispanic Education Summit hosted by Baylor University, Romo sat down with Andrea Ramirez, the executive director of the Faith and Education Coalition of
Eat, Pray, Lent: Here's What Americans Actually Abstain From
Nearly 3 in 10 evangelical believers now observe the season before Easter.
Sample stratification and weights were used for gender, age, race/ethnicity, region, metro/non-metro, education and income to reflect the most recent US Census data.
A Call to All Hispanic Families
Consider sending your student to a Christian College.
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Dr. Andrea Ramirez, Executive Director of the Faith and Education Coalition, recently interviewed Dr. Shirley Hoogstra, President of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities
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There’s No Crying on Social Media!
There’s No Crying on Social Media!
Young adults are desperate not to let peers see any signs of weakness or failure.
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