The Agape Christi founders are still pressing on with the opening of the first classical Christian school in the southwest metro. Considering the results of the election yesterday, we feel a return to classical Christian education is needed for our children now more than ever. We are not fearful of the future, but trust in the promises of God, particularly that:
1) The earth will be full of the knowledge of the Lord as the waters cover the sea (Isa 11:9)
2) All our children shall be taught by the Lord, and great shall be the peace of our children (Isa 54:13).
Something that stood out to us in the election coverage last night was the results shown in the exit polls regarding voter age. The majority of voters ages 45 and older voted republican, while the majority of voters ages 18-44 voted democrat. This is startling because it tells us that one generation has not done a good job of passing on their values to another.
The encouraging news is that Christian students in worldview Christian schools have actually increased in their biblical worldview thinking. These schools included schools in the Association of Classical and Christian Schools, an accrediting agency that Agape Christi plans to be part of. For more information on how these students were tested, click here to go to the Nehemiah Institute.
If you’d like to hear more about classical and Christian education, we invite you to take part in an Agape Christi house party. This is a chance for you to gather with your friends to talk about education as an Agape Christi spokesperson leads the conversation on one of these topics of your choosing:
- Why Classical Christian Education
- Making a Wise School Decision
- Trivium Sketches
Click the image to open a pdf with more information on Agape Christi house parties.
Please contact us with any questions or to schedule an event. If you would rather attend a pre-scheduled party this month, you may contact Sarah Culbertson at [email protected] to check for availability.