Recent Blog Posts

Why Choose Resurrection Christian School?

August 14, 2023

Selecting the right school for your child is a crucial decision. It is the place that builds the foundation of your child’s learning and prepares them to experience the world. Resurrection Christian School offers a unique and enriching learning experience for your child from pre-K to 12th grade. In this blog, we will dive into…

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Happiness: Are You Happy?

June 9, 2023

Are you happy?   The word ‘happiness’ is rooted in the same word as happen. So really, we are ‘happy’ when things ‘happen’ the way we want them to ‘happen.’ A deeper dive into the word reveals that the root ‘hap’ connotes a lucky occurrence. This is actually sad because, in a sense, our happiness…

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Families That Worship Together

June 1, 2023

Parent, God has an amazing privilege waiting for you and your family. He has called and wired you to be the primary discipler of your kids.   While I believe that families regularly worshiping in a local church is vital for the health of every member of the family, I also believe that God calls…

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Post Graduation Advice

April 21, 2023

I loved high school: I was very involved, had good friends, enjoyed my church, and drove a red Ford Pinto — what more could life offer? But I felt that when I walked across that stage and received my high school diploma, my life would be changed forever. I purchased my graduation cap and gown,…

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With Friends Like These…

April 6, 2023

My mother taught me many, many things about life and human nature through actual situations that occurred. She frequently used to wax philosophical about some observance or interaction she would see among people. I remember as a child hearing her say something perhaps your mother quoted to you. “With friends like that, you don’t need…

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Q&A with Camden Martin, Winner of the Daniels Fund Scholarship

April 5, 2023

RCS Senior, Camden Martin, was recently awarded the Daniels Fund Scholarship, a coveted scholarship worth up to $100,000 toward tuition at the college or university of his choosing. Daniels Scholars are selected for their “strength of character, leadership potential, commitment to serving the community, and academic potential.” We asked Cam a few questions about this…

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Mary as an Example of the Hardships & Joys of Parenting

March 30, 2023

As we move into the Easter season, let us look at three aspects of the mother of Jesus’ life. She was the mother of God, she suffered at the cross, and she rejoiced in the resurrection of her Son. Mary, the Mother of God It seems like a philosophical and theological contradiction to say that…

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Holy Week: A Vision for Tearing Down the Walls

March 23, 2023

Human beings have always been preoccupied with building walls. In the first century, the Roman emperor Hadrian built a 75-mile wall across Roman Britain. In the 1870s, Argentina built a line of trenches and watchtowers called the Zanja de Alsina to protect Buenos Aires from invasion by indigenous peoples. The Berlin Wall went up in…

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I See People

March 16, 2023

At RCS, we train students to be academically prepared, boldly Christian, and globally prepared. To be boldly Christian and globally prepared means, in part, to see individuals and the world through the eyes of Christ. The RCS focus on service and missions gives students the opportunity to walk in Christ’s compassion in places students would…

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Team Player

March 2, 2023

This past week in an RCS academic cabinet meeting Psalm 127:3 was shared: “Children are a heritage from the Lord, offspring a reward from Him.” We talked together about the blessing of working with every family’s greatest treasure–their children. I was reminded of a devotion I had written and published in the book Devoted Parent:…

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