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Reading Between the Lines: A Christian Guide to Literature

As Faith Christian School began its first year of high school with 9th graders, one course I was asked to teach was English. One of the first things I did was reach out to some of my high school English teaching colleagues and ask them for input, suggestions, and materials that would be helpful as ...

March 2018 Hope Highlights

We've added the spring issue of the Hope Highlights to the Newsletter page. You can follow the link to it here. Some of the highlights to note: Mr. Ron Koole pens an interesting article about Hope's and his experience with a five-week enrollment of two young South Korean girls. It appears it was a success ...

Daily Devotional


It is not uplifting to watch men tear down an old decrepit building. It is far more interesting to see a new, well-constructed and beautiful new building rise up in its place. And Moses having given us a picture of the house in which our souls dwell, and how God step by step is breaking it down, now writes this significant prayer in Psalm 90:16: "Let thy work appear unto thy servants, and thy glory unto their children." That work, according to verse 14, is the work of God in Christ. For there he wrote: "O satisfy us early with thy mercy." God's mercy is all in Christ. Apart from Him there is no mercy or grace of God. As Paul writes in II Corinthians 5:1, the earthly house in which we live, that is, our bodies, is being dissolved. For those outside of Christ this is in God's holy wrath. For those in Christ it is that work of God's mercy according to which He is building an everlasting and beautiful house for our souls, the new resurrected body. Seeing that work of God during our pilgrimage here be-low, we still have aches and pains and ultimately death. But with the eye of faith we understand and have joy during these miseries of this life and sing: O send the day of joy and light, For long has been our sorrow's night; Afflicted through the weary years, We wait until Thy help appears; With us and with our sons abide, In us let God be glorified. We can be sure that God will hear our prayers. We can be sure because He gave us the light of the face of Christ and His cross which blotted out our guilt. In His word which He moved men to write, and ...


News and Announcements

Teacher Training Committee Survey  – First Results

The Protestant Reformed Teachers Training Committee thanks the teachers for their overwhelming response to our survey. Follow this link to the first results of the demographics and educational backgrounds of our teachers. Over the next few months, we will post additional survey results to this site on your perceptions of the value of a structured mentoring program and what additional teaching courses and resources would be most beneficial in the education of our covenant children.

We hope you will keep coming back to this website for the results of subcommittee analysis.

Prospective Teachers

Prospective teachers can now visit the teaching positions tab to find out what positions in our members schools are available. We encourage all prospective teachers to apply and interview at each of our schools. It is our prayer that the Lord directs and guides you in your decisions about your future. We are thankful for you and ask for God’s blessings for you during this process. Schools can express their intent to offer you a contract starting on Feb. 21 and can actually give you that contract on or after April 1.

Call for Website Contributors

Our new website will only remain relevant with fresh, new material. Although we believe the site has a good foundation, it will soon flounder and go back to being irrelevant if we don’t put up new materials each week. If you encounter a book you can review, a hot topic you’d like to comment or reflect on, an article online that may be of interest to others, we would appreciate your sharing and helping us out. You can contact our Website Director, Mike Vander Veen via email to share your idea or materials or to learn how you can help.

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