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All Things Wise and Wonderful

BY JUNIUS JOHNSON "All things bright and beautiful, All creatures great and small, All things wise and wonderful, Twas God that made them all." —Cecil Frances Alexander The World through the Eyes of a Child A favorite word of adults is just: “It’s just a stick;” “It’s...

Repairing the Ruins
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A selection of attendee favorites based on post-conference surveys.2023 Highlights2022 Highlights 2021 HighlightsRehabilitating Beauty: How C. S. Lewis Fought the Cult of the Ugly in His Fiction, Part II – Louis Markos https://vimeo.com/578890884   The Mythology...

Rafiki: Called to Build the Kingdom

By Tim DernlanPlease pray for them as they prayed for you many times while I was with them.On Sunday, February 19, I boarded a plane in Pensacola, FL, to begin the thirty-six-hour journey to Tanzania. Karen Elliott, Executive Director of the Rafiki Foundation, had...

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A House is a House for Me

"Years ago, I realized that if my children wanted to feel like their house was a home, I needed to...


Alumni Profile

Graduates Pursue a Different Path You’re sitting down for dinner with the family, and your...


Summer Leisure with ACCS

Atlanta, GA, June 17-21, 2024BY LILY SAVAGE A Reflection on the National Honor Choir Aristotle in...

A House is a House for Me

"Years ago, I realized that if my children wanted to feel like their house was a home, I needed to...

Liam’s Wish

LIAM MCCALMON, a fifth grade student at Agathos Classical School in Columbia, TN, has used a...

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Summer’s Bounty

Summer’s Bounty

Four ways to keep kids (and their parents) learning   The first few...

Coming Up For Air

Coming Up For Air

Three Reminders for Staying Engaged I have spent countless hours poolside...


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— 1888, English Pastor J.C. Ryle, “The Duties of Parents”

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