In this talk, Dr. Justin Bailey suggests that the greatest contribution Christian education can make is to prepare students to become skilled interpreters of our world. Our job in Christian schools is to help students recognize that, while they inhabit a world tainted by sin, they can lead others toward faith, love, and hope through postures of curiosity, discernment, and presence.
The time period from the mid-1980s through approximately 2010 saw Calvinist/Reformed Christian educators further define and apply their approach to educating Christianly in response to a changing world. During these years, movement leaders sought to define both what being Reformed means and the essence of Calvinist/Reformed day school education.
In their “More Than a School” video series, Hope Academy is seeking to spotlight the things that make them truly unique, through the voices of people who make Hope special. In this episode, Mr. Choi unpacks the ways they help students learn how to think as we shape hearts, minds, and affections through classical, Christ-centered education.
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