Philippians 4:12 “I know what it is to be in need, and I know what it is to have plenty. I have learned the secret of being content in any and every situation, whether well fed or hungry, whether living in plenty or in want.” How much is enough? This is one of the really [...]
Today is the beginning of the last summer month. For many of us, it isn’t even a whole month to get our plans mapped out and key dates set on the calendar. As we get ready to greet the students and parents back, now is a good time to look at our overall plans and [...]
Proverbs 13:10“Pride only breeds quarrels, but wisdom is found in those who take advice” “No one can give me advice about this problem; our school is unique!” So goes the excuse of those who refuse to admit their shortcomings while wandering in the development wilderness. I believe that almost one out of every two or [...]
When asked to describe “development”, how do you answer the question? For most of us, I suspect, it begins with a explanation of the needs of the school and how we can raise money from our various constituencies. And, yes, our school is worthy of support; that almost goes without saying. “Listen” to one of [...]
Organizational decision making is complex and there are no shortcuts. Dr. Pue reminds of some important truths as we pursue our God-given mission.
This is the short story of how two schools came together to merge into one stronger and more viable institution. ACS – A_Tale_of_Two_Schools
When schools lose their mission focus, they fail to be the redemptive institutions that God has called them to be.
Historic and biblical principles to keep this process centered and dynamic.
Financing Christian schools has always been a challenge. So, given that the cost of providing education will continue to increase is there any real hope that a solution to the funding dilemma can be found?
Vision Statements and Mission Statements are the inspiring words chosen by successful leaders to clearly and concisely convey the direction of the organization.