Recent Blog Posts

An Essay on the Resurrection

March 28, 2024

The historical credibility of Jesus’ death, burial, and resurrection is able to be logically proved by modern historians who did not witness Jesus rise from the dead three days after his death using inference, solid evidence, and true facts provided by historical accounts, archeological proof, and the eyewitness testimonies of a multitude of people. The disciples believed the fact that Jesus’ tomb is empty, as did a multitude of the public who could prove he was alive;…

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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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Furthering Your Private Education Outside of School

June 21, 2018

There are so many ways to raise a child and, as they say, “it takes a village.” Thus, pursuing educational activities that are still fun and enriching throughout the entirety of your summer is almost a necessity. Your private education for your child is a crucial piece of the kind of person your child will…

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Creating Your Northern Colorado Summer Bucket List ( Part Two)

June 14, 2018

Resurrection Christian School is here because of our absolute passion to create the scholars and successful people of tomorrow.  We understand that it’s important to keep the mind active and display real-world application of the core knowledge that they’re building up. While a bored mind can accomplish much, sometimes family time and summer activities just…

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Creating Your Northern Colorado Summer Bucket List

June 7, 2018

If you recently relocated to Fort Collins in the winter or this less than lively spring, you have yet to experience the real Fort Collins. If you’re a local and you think the town has become boring and dried out, you’ve probably only touched the tip of the iceberg. Fort Collins and all of Northern…

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Ways to Build a Stronger Family Bond

February 27, 2018

Family is one of the most important things we have in this world. They are the ones who will have our backs in any situation, the people we can count on to help us out of a struggle, and the people who will love us no matter what. Families are a gift and many people…

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About Volunteer Vacations

February 2, 2018

Taking a family vacation is fun and exciting. It gives you time to bond with your kids and take a break from your hectic lives. Vacations can be full of adventure in a strange new place, or a relaxing break in a destination you head to every year. Whatever the case may be, it is…

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Making Jesus The Focus of Christmas

December 11, 2017

Christmas has always been a special time and people’s favorite holiday. But the meaning behind Christmas and the purpose for celebrating has slowly changed and become forgotten. Presents have taken over the spotlight, and it is becoming more and more difficult to teach children the true meaning of Christmas and help them see that it…

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Helping Your Kids Stay Motivated

October 31, 2017

With the busy days of the holiday season quickly approaching, you may forget that it is about halfway through the school year. Kids get excited about to holidays and the break they get in the middle of the school year, but this break could also weaken their motivation. As the semester starts to come to…

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Family Fun Events In Colorado This Fall

October 3, 2017

As the weather begins to cools and the leaves change from green to yellow, many Coloradans get outside to enjoy the last bit of decent weather before the snow hits. Fall in Colorado is beautiful and quite honestly short, the days in between summer and winter seem to be limited, so be sure you and…

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