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Support for Our Schools

"Physical support for our schools requires more than money; it also demands personal involvement and a great deal of time. Men and women who have a love for their school will spend countless hours working on the school's behalf. Much of this work is done quietly and often goes without notice. Rarely do the men who donate ...
Why Christian Education?

Why Christian Education?

"Thankful for our Christian schools". As parents post pictures of their children heading off for the first day of school on various social media sites, they often add this previous phrase. Parent do this because they understand the value of the Christian school. They have confidence in the teachers who adhere to the doctrines they ...

Daily Devotional

PRAISING GOD FOR HIS RIGHTEOUSNESS – November 21

A truth that ought to receive more emphasis today is the righteousness of God. There is so much talk about His love that completely ignores and even denies His righteousness. But the psalmist, being guided by God Himself, does not do that. He had spoken of God's greatness and worthi¬ness of great praise, and had written about the safety of God's church. Then he wrote: "We have thought of thy ...

THE CHURCH’S ABSOLUTE SAFETY – November 20

On every coin used in our country we read: "In God we trust." How wonderful it would be, if that were true. We then would be saying with the psalmist, "As we have heard, so have we seen in the city of the Lord of Hosts, in the city of our God: God will establish it for ever" Psalm 48:8. The psalmist is here referring to God's church, not the ...

THE CHURCH’S BEAUTY AND JOY – November 19

Jerusalem was built on four hills of which two were of special significance. On Mount Moriah the temple was built, and on Mount Zion the king's throne stood. Speaking in Psalm 48:1 of the mountain of His holiness the psalmist refers to Mt. Moriah and the temple with its holy place and Holy of Holies, where God dwelt symbolically between the cherubim on the altar in that Holy of Holies ...

 

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Teacher Training Proposal

Recently the TED Committee submitted a Teacher Training Proposal at the 2015 Fall Delegate Board Meeting. The proposal was sent to each member school for review. At a the 2016 Spring Delegate Board Meeting we hope to hold a forum for all member school to discuss the topic.


Prospective Teachers

Prospective teachers can now visit the prospective teachers tab and enter their information that can be shared with any schools looking to hire teacher. Click on this link Prospective Teachers


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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Support for Our Schools. Click on the link below to go to the t.co/Bn7qWwrIrz blog with a great reminder. t.co/VwuvMX2Nb6

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As we approach a new school year…a new blog post. t.co/jg8coeqZh7

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Have you ever wondered what goes on in a multi-grade classroom and how they work? t.co/Rlp1cT6Qxe

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Registration for the History & Principles of Reformed Education course offered this winter is now open. More info a… t.co/TbfJSg6h4Y

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Registration for the History & Principles of Reformed Education course offered this winter is now open. More info at t.co/fI4gYqGaER

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Three new speeches on education from a 2004 Officebearer's Conference in Randolph, WI. t.co/kaTvJ61uE5

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The newest copy of the Hope Highlights has been added to newsletters portion of t.co/Jk4N9Mjarc t.co/T9XbKzdU9D

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2016 PR Scholarship Essay Competition info is now available on the t.co/Bn7qWwrIrz site. t.co/ZIhtWlFx8H

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Posted today on the t.co/Jk4N9Mjarc blog: Mindset. t.co/LAEEOZfSS4

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The @PRSSFederation website has new teacher openings posted at t.co/jsZNV6iwSR

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This winter, the Federation will again be offering the History and Principles of Reformed Education course. How would teachers, Board members, or anyone benefit from this course? Read this letter of recommendation to find out. Then go to www.prcs.org to register for the course. ...

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