One of the benefits of the LRCA Golden Triangle is to walk arm-and-arm together, fully aware of the cultural pressures on our children and equipped to wisely talk about these issues.
Thanks to common grace, there is much to learn from experts regardless of their faith.
Case in point: the last page of the January issue of Independent School magazine reprinted a summary piece from expert child psychologist Madeline Levine entitled, "10 Ways to Be a Grateful Parent."
Flip through these ten golden rules of parenting and see if they resonate with you.
I vote YES to all ten.
One glance at a yearbook from our early years makes the point - 2016 is a different world than 1977.
But, the beauty of Little Rock Christian Academy is that it rests on four enduring, non-negotiable core values that keep our identity anchored and unique.
Truth, love, excellence and partnership –resting on the person of Jesus, these four core values are the foundation of our school.
Entering our 40th year of Christian education in Little Rock, one might ask: where do we go from here? My short answer is UP! After a monumental year of growing in "wisdom, stature and favor with God and man," we are moving onward and upward to higher ground, higher praise and higher love.
NEW Post on the Warrior Roundtable from Dr. Gary Arnold, LRCA Head of School, on Kingdom Unity.
"...for we are all one in Christ Jesus." (Gal 3:28)
Little Rock Christian Academy is not alone in the ongoing quest for excellent Christian schooling. Across the nation, there are shining examples of how to do Christian school well. The fact is we've made it a priority to formally associate with over two dozen Christian schools that are regarded as best in class. By learning from the best and benchmarking against the best, we can only become a better school.