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Musings on Humility: Stepping Out in Faith to Direct Challenge II

“The task of the modern educator is not to cut down jungles but to irrigate deserts” (C. S. Lewis, Abolition of Man). One may not immediately make the connection between this quote and humility, or the virtue of humility. Neither did I upon first reading it. However,...
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Musings on Humility: Stepping Out in Faith to Direct Challenge II

“The task of the modern educator is not to cut down jungles but to irrigate deserts” (C. S. Lewis, Abolition of Man). One may not immediately make the connection between this quote and humility, or the virtue of humility. Neither did I upon first reading it. However,...
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How Classical Education Prepared Me for Africa

Never had I imagined that I would be homeschooling a few Ugandan high school girls; it’s too crazy even for me to dream up. Thankfully, God prepared me for this long before I knew to prepare myself. Only two months after hearing about the job I boarded a plane and...
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Lessons Learned Last Year

All’s well that ends well? I hope so, because this academic year is ending very well, but that is not to say that the entire year has been smooth sailing. There have been some choppy seas on our Challenge II journey—even a couple of storms. After one such storm, we...
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A Call to Leadership

There’s a funny thing about community: a pattern so evident, one that we see so often, that we could say it’s intrinsic to our nature as humans. The pattern is this: successful, enduring communities have faithful, diligent leaders. Try to imagine a group of people...
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