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What Does it Mean to be Pro-Life? September 3, 2015

You can either identify yourself as being pro-life or pro-choice. No one is usually afforded a third option— you are either for abortion or you are against it. Pro-life always means anti-abortion, but what if this isn’t all that it could mean for our Christian communities?


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Back to School

Does excitement or sadness enter your mind when you turn the calendar from July to August and realize the start of another school year is just around the corner? Do you wonder how you will ever get your family ready for the early mornings and the structure of school? Here are a few tips that have been helpful through the years.

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We’re in the Kid Business

It’s our deep desire to train children in the way they should go, to help them to seek out God’s will for their life, to help them use their talents and gifts, and to draw them closer to God by learning about the world and the Word. We’re in the kid business.

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Divorce and a Broken Home

Reflections on the Encyclical letter “‘Laudato Si’ Of the Holy Father Francis on Care for Our Common Home.


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The Role of Prayer in Our Boardroom

I have the unique privilege of leading a fourth generation family business alongside my brothers and cousin. When people ask me how we make it work, I immediately quip, “a LOT of prayer!”

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A Letter to Teachers

Words of encouragement to teachers as they return back to school for another academic year.

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God in School

From the music that softly plays in the background, to the cross hanging off of my desk light or simply from the way I handle myself around them, I don’t have to mention Jesus or God – my students and those around me just know that my faith takes precedent over everything.