Teaching Christian Perspective -- LC Alum (currently teaching overseas)

This past week was Spiritual Life Emphasis Week (SLEW for short) at {our school}, a week in which time is set aside for chapel each day of the week.  This year, we had two guests from the Ravi Zacharias Foundation.  On our final day of chapel yesterday, students were able to submit anonymous questions using their phones or computers (moderated, of course, by our chapel coordinator), and up-vote questions they wanted to see the speakers answer in a Q&A panel.  The questions were projected onto the screens at the front of the auditorium for all to see. Read more about Teaching Christian Perspective -- LC Alum (currently teaching overseas) >

A Letter to Every College Athlete

reprinted with permission from Tamara Pridgett @ tamarapridgett.com


When you sign your National Letter of Intent the emotions that typically ensue are a mixture of nerves and excitement about starting a new chapter in your life. 

Your school of choice has sold you on what they have to offer. That is why you signed the letter in the first place, right? Read more about A Letter to Every College Athlete >

Culture - LC High School Teacher


Consumption and Production

I looked at him and decided to ask a different question. He had been in my office several times already for a few different reasons, but mostly being an affluent teenage  boy in a foreign school that had more freedom then he knew what do with. I had warned him, been mad at him, given him many breakfast clubs but he continued his destructive pattern. Read more about Culture - LC High School Teacher >

Devotions - LC Parent

The word “Devotions” gets thrown around a lot in Christian circles.  

It’s a vague term.  People do them, they talk about doing them, but no one seems to explain what they are actually doing.  So what defines devotions: what’s involved, and why do they even matter?  Read more about Devotions - LC Parent >

Graduation - LC Grandparent

This spring our mailbox will spill out the blessings of living inter-generationally.

Rare handwritten envelopes, when opened, announce to us the graduations of nine teenagers.  The accompanying photos are of grandsons and great-nieces, cousins' kids and family friends.  We know them....and they know us! Read more about Graduation - LC Grandparent >