In this blog we invite the community in to chapel to sing with us a few hymns and watch or read the chapel message on Jesus as the true and final priest of a better covenant.
In this Project Legacy Interview we learn three lessons about children, that they imitate their parents, are a blessing and need friendships.
Read this interview of Coram Deo Alumna Kelsey Yoder, who is now a nursing major at Lee University and plays on the women’s soccer team.
My goal over these next few weeks is to explain the importance of a musical foundation for young ones from the worldview of a Classical Christian Educator. One must first and foremost understand the biblical significance of a subject before attempting to understand it from a classical or educational approach. Hence, in this first post, I will begin with a reflection on music from a biblical perspective.
For a child to reach his or her God-given potential, the father’s blessing is one of the ordained means of nurture and edification in the child’s life. Listening to David Michael helped me to see the tremendous responsibility that I have to bless my children. I have come to accept that I will not naturally do this but I must intentionally set out to actively bless my children in both word and deed on a daily basis.