“He’s coming!” Oh the excitement that must have stirred in Mary and Joseph’s hearts as they awaited the advent, the coming of their precious son. The advent- the coming or arrival- of this baby boy had been set into motion
As we begin the next chapter in our walk through the virtues, we find ourselves examining the idea of justice. While thinking through how best to introduce this topic to our students, a story from my childhood stood out fresh
“It’s the story the Maker has always told, and the story my child, is true.” -Andrew Peterson. My family just finished reading Andrew Peterson’s excellent fantasy series The Wingfeather Saga and I have that familiar ache anytime I come to
In 480 BC, an estimated 200,000 warriors led by Xerxes, the King of Persia moved into Greece. A force of this magnitude met very little resistance. That is, until they arrived at the mountains of central Greece with only one
During the month of October at Austin Classical School, we’ve been looking at the virtue of Courage. In chapel, we discussed how the courage of David to face Goliath was rooted in his faith in the promises of God. Mrs.
As a school, we’re studying virtues this year, and we chose to kick things off with a fairly hefty one: love. Confession, this virtue isn’t something that comes naturally to me. And now that I think about it, that’s the
Most Christians know the story of how Christ, on the night when He was betrayed, humbled Himself to serve His disciples. We know how He rose from the table, removed his clothes, girded a towel around His waist, and washed