Why Prayer Is Still Public Schools’ Best Hope
The founder of Teachers Who Pray calls public education “America’s biggest mission field.”
The founder of Teachers Who Pray calls public education “America's biggest mission field.”. Morgan Lee. What makes you passionate about public education in particular?
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God Hears Your Back-to-School Prayers
A new school year brings more challenges and opportunities for Christians in education.
Opinion | Family. God Hears Your Back-to-School Prayers. A new school year brings more challenges and opportunities for Christians in education. Andrea
Forgive Us Our Debts: How Christian College Grads Pay the Price
Evangelical schools work to capture the real cost of student loans.
University. Even with nearly $2,000 a month in student loan payments, the Parkers will still be paying off their undergrad education well into their 50s.
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A Woman’s Guide to Seminary
Ministry is serious business. These 9 steps are key to pursuing your training.
My theological education reminds me that I have a responsibility to the gospel and to communicate truth, not just coordinate a calendar.”. Consider online versus on-campus education.
She Shaped Me: 10 Exemplars of Faith
Christian leaders reflect on the women from history who’ve influenced them.
Points” slum in New York City. She founded the Five Points Mission, which provided housing, clothing, food, and education. “The character trait that so
5 Female Change Makers
Meet the nonprofit leaders featured in our special issue.
calling in the nonprofit sector often involves “wrestling with the question of what makes you angry,” explains Andrea Ramirez, executive director of the Faith and Education Coalition of
The Three Myths of Cohabitation
Sociologist Bradford Wilcox reports the surprising results of his new international study on cohabitation and its impact on kids.
In the vast majority of countries that we looked at in Europe, at all education levels, people who are married when they have kids are markedly more stable than people who are
God’s Mayor in Guatemala
Fighting cartels, disease, and poverty, Mayor Jeaneth Ordoñez presides over a safe haven in an otherwise violent region.
the country. But Ordoñez casts a big vision and has already made huge strides in improving health, education, sanitation, and clean water. San Cristóbal
10 New or Lesser-Known Female Theologians Worth Knowing
More and more evangelical women are pursuing higher education in theology. Here are a few you haven’t heard of yet.
More and more evangelical women are pursuing higher education in theology. More and more evangelical women are pursuing higher education in theology.
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Why Being a Woman in Seminary Is Worth the Work
It's not always easy to get there, but the blogosphere needs more of us.
Many married evangelical women—with or without children— shoulder domestic responsibilities and therefore don't have time for seminary (or higher education more generally).
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Love Your Neighbor as Yourself—And Bring Your Kids Along
Raising children to love like Jesus did.
She is getting a first-rate education in what it means to value being in proximity to people who are very different from her (not to mention she is doing well above average in math and
Opinion | Discipleship
5 Things You Should Know Before You Send Your Kid to College
A college administrator offers counsel on coming of age and higher ed.
Twenty-seven years ago this month, my mother dropped me off at Gordon College for La Vida, Gordon's required outdoor wilderness education program.
God Calls Me to Motherhood and Art. How Do I Do Both?
The cofounder of a new art and vocation institute in South Carolina aims to address the intersection of faith, family, creativity, and calling.
This summer, the Leaf Institute of Art and Vocation, a nonprofit aimed at integrating art education, vocational formation, and the Christian faith, opened its doors in Greenville, South
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I Sent My Kids to a ‘Better School.’ But Was It the Right Choice?
As a parent, I feel caught between the needs of my children and the needs of my neighbors.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has advocated for choice for decades— especially in our home state of Michigan—and now choice advocates have won a victory with the tax bill.
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How Female Missionaries and Evangelists Paved the Way for #MeToo
As we look to the future of women, the past offers a map.
Ramabai Dongre Medhavi (1858–1922), more widely known as Pandita Ramabai, fought for female education and the rights of child brides and young widows in her homeland, India.
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What I learned from Bible students in Rwanda.
During class, students shared with us the great sacrifices of time and money they had made to pursue biblical education. A mother of two kids who served
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How Christians Can Take the Lead with Paid Family Leave
A new report from the Center for Public Justice offers guiding principles for how church communities, policy makers, and employers can put pro-family beliefs into action.
to protect children and advocate in the public square for their flourishing, including addressing economic forces that deprive children of food, shelter, rest, and education and taking into
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12 Podcasts for Your Summer Listening List
A dozen women weigh in with their favorite podcasts on practicing the Sabbath, the science of pianos, and other topics worth talking about this summer.
A dozen women weigh in with their favorite podcasts on practicing the Sabbath, the science of pianos, and other topics worth talking about this summer.
Violence Against Women Begins in the Womb
Why female feticide threatens the social order.
Although some international development experts maintain that wealth and education will alleviate the social ills against women, in India, affluence has not challenged feticide.
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Parents: Let Go of Graduation Nostalgia
The end of school invites retrospection. But we have something better to look forward to.
The end of school invites retrospection. But we have something better to look forward to.
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