Here’s a really good ad from Nature Valley Canada:
Good article that obviously applies to those younger and older than middle-school age as well.
Good insight here from John Piper. In our day and age, we tend to reject all calls to pursue holiness as “legalism.” This is, of course, ridiculous and Piper explains this.
Speaking of phones, here is a good article by a Roman Catholic discussing his school’s policy on technological poverty. There’s much to admire about this school and their understanding of technology and its impact on us is one of those things.
I read this article several years ago. I’ve read a number of articles like it but I found his first argument to be different than any I’d heard before and found it compelling and broadly applicable. In some ways, it’s a great argument for much of the content of C&C education. T. David Gordon was one of the speakers at the last MHA Worldview Summit. See what you think …
Here’s the money quote from this article: “It is no use letting kids do whatever they desire unless you have first educated their desire.”