For Steven Meija, staying home while his siblings went to school was part of normal life. But when his family learned about Resonate Global Mission partner Tesoros de Dios, Steven’s normal life began to change.
This December will mark 80 years since Back to God Ministries International’s (BTGMI) first weekly radio program broadcast across the airwaves.
What if it was easier to let others know that Christian education is important to you, and that you have decided to remember one or more schools in your will? That is the idea behind the Christian School Foundation’s Mustard Seed Society.
Carolyn J. Morris released the latest book in her Railfence Bunch series
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Whether you call it a farm, a store or a wealth engine, we’re talking about the same thing: your business. Most businesses are owned by more than one person. Even a business that is owned by a husband and wife is a multi-owner business. Making decisions is the most challenging aspect of owning a business with another person. I’ve coached hundreds of people in their business transitions and the most common cause of tension is related to decisions. When it comes to making decisions, people are so close to the complexities they don’t know where to start.
This article is sponsored by Redeemer University College. Redeemer University College is a Christian undergraduate university located in Hamilton, Ontario. Committed to seeing faith woven through all aspects of learning and life for more than 35 years, our faculty, students and alumni are making an impact that resounds in our culture and across the world. Learn more at redeemer.ca.
This article is sponsored by the Ontario Alliance of Christian Schools (OACS).
Christian School Foundation sees several reasons for optimism regarding the Christian education scene in Canada.
Education strengthens the minds but also reaches the hearts of students. Redeemer University College fosters teacher candidates’ competency — and their character.