Youth/Kids

Bringing Out the Winner In Your Child

February 16, 2016

Cultivating Common Sense Recently, a young man from the Boys’ Ranch helped me with a couple of projects in our yard. As we were working in the garage, we passed by a stack of manuals that were sitting on my workbench. He asked, “What are those?” Piled about six inches high were manuals, parts lists …

Shakespeare Comes Alive

December 25, 2015

Prince of Peace Catholic School has a long-standing tradition for its eighth grade students to study and perform William Shakespeare’s plays as part of their world literature class. In seventh grade, the students learn about the life and times of Shakespeare through novels and story versions of plays and then perform the plays during their …

Why Christmas Needs Advent

November 25, 2015

Some of the common ways people describe the Christmas season are: Busy, Hectic, Stressful, even Chaotic. We hustle through the season shopping for gifts, looking for deals, going from one Christmas party to the next, not to mention the family dinners and get-togethers. Before we know it, New Year’s Day has come and gone and we …

Praise of The Father

October 25, 2015

A thankful heart can be the antidote to a multitude of sinful behaviors and attitudes. A truly thankful heart offers thanks to God for all of his good gifts. But a thankful heart does not merely thank God for the good things we have, but thanks God for God. Psalm 100 teaches us by example …

Area Schools Advance to the South’s Best Robotics Competition

October 25, 2015

Over thirty schools recently competed in this year’s BEST (Boosting Engineering, Science, and Technology) robotics competition at Bartow Arena. The competition for sixth thru twelfth graders challenged each team to build a robot from scratch using the engineering design process to perform specific tasks. Each year the competition has a new theme designed to solve …

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