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The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted many of our lives. These are challenging times!

Embodied Education: Practicing Love of God

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In a lecture some years ago, Sir Ken Robinson suggested that educators are people who live in their heads, and slightly to one side. The only reason they have bodies, he deadpanned, is to carry around these lopsided heads. An educator himself, Robinson was poking fun at the tendency in academic settings to develop intellectual capacities to the neglect of other capacities, resulting in a significant disconnect from real life.

Chorale Summer Tour to the UK

A choir of 44 members enjoyed a rich, educational, and worshipful tour in the summer of 2019.

They visited  Ireland, England, and Scotland. Upon their return to the US, they made a recording and shared one program in Lancaster.

The recording, "Abide with Me: Songs of Refuge and Hope" is available for purchase here at Christian Learning Resources.

Cultivating Humility in Children

The educator Tim Elmore observes in his article “What’s the Deal with Arrogance?” that our culture values and rewards arrogance. Arrogance leads in business to more customers, in politics to more votes, and in sports to higher scores. I think that, if we are honest, we often think about successful people as those who can push themselves out in front of the pack.

Believers are certainly not immune from the value that broader culture places on arrogance. At least, I know that I’ve been bitten by the arrogance bug from time to time! God keep us from this malady!


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