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LPA hosts CiRCE classical ed workshop
The choice people have to make in education is the same one continually called for in the Old and New Testaments: choose this day whom you will serve. This was the opening message for the recent CiRCE Institute's classical Christian education workshop, held at LPA. Fifty-three teachers and parents attended the workshop, which drew regional participants from Columbia to Concord.
Alumna Alanna Ennis (top left) and LPA instructors Karis and Chris Miller respond during group discussions.
have as human beings is on one of two paths: flesh or spirit. It's the "law of sin that leads to death" or the "law of spirit that leads to life."
According to Kern, when people reach for the fleshly choice in teaching, learning, and assessing, it leads to anxiety -- and away from God's blessings.
- The classical Christian distinctives
- Teaching as God teaches: The Word made flesh
- Teaching from a state of rest
- Meaningful assessment