Difference Makers

Dan BeerensThe CACE RoundtableLeave a Comment

Difference Making

This time of year I usually offer some recommendations for your summer reading. But this year, I hesitate. For starters, I wouldn’t blame you if you didn’t feel like reading one professional book this summer. Most of you are tired and weary. To have survived this year is an accomplishment that you should either celebrate and/or forget like a bad … Read More

Oh, the Places You’ll Go—A Better Hope Than Dr. Seuss This Graduation Season

Dan OlsonThe CACE RoundtableLeave a Comment

High School Graduates

Sometimes old truths told in a new way can awaken us to the ways we have become beholden to the worldliness of our culture. The siren song of expressive individualism is on surround sound for students in our schools, Christian or otherwise.

Instead of running for fame and success, Christian graduates of all ages are in a race of faith. In the New Testament, the apostle Paul names these five crowns as rewards of a faithful Christian life.

Converge 2022: Leading Courageously, Renewing Hope

Dr. Lynn SwanerThe CACE RoundtableLeave a Comment

Converge 2022

A global pandemic, racial tension, political upheaval, economic devastation, culture clashes, severe weather—over the past year we have lived through these and other challenges, individually and corporately, in the Christian education community worldwide. Yet at the same time, we have witnessed the nimble responses of Christian schools, the care our school communities have provided for the sick and hurting, and … Read More

More Than (Test Score) Conquerors

Matthew H. LeeThe CACE Roundtable1 Comment

As Cornelius Van Til (1979) wrote, “It is because we would have our children after us to believe this fact of the coming of the Son of God into the world to save the world, that we need the Christian school.” Christian education is essential because there is no other school sector that seeks to grow its students in the Christian faith and mold its students into the likeness of Christ.

Introducing . . . The Practicing Faith Survey!

Dan BeerensCACE News, The CACE Roundtable2 Comments

Practicing Faith Survey

How do we know that faith is at work in our schools? How can we show the impact of Christian education in the faith practices of our students? These are the questions the Practicing Faith Survey seeks to address. PFS is a a self-administered online survey tool designed to help faith-based schools assess their impact on students’ faith formation.