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Renewanation serves to promote the cause of biblical worldview education by supporting and expanding Christian schools, home schools, and ministries reaching students in non-Christian schools.


Testimonials

“Inspiring. Passionate. Visionary. God-ordained. These are just a few words that I use to describe Jeff Keaton, who spoke at our first-ever benefit banquet promoting Christian education in the Kansas City area. With parents, alumni, supporters, and fellow Christian school administrators in attendance that evening, it is doubtful that anyone left without being moved by his message. I’m looking forward to hearing him again!” –Chad Pollard, Administrator, Overland Christian Schools

The Latest

Mayor’s Military Kids is Marching Forward!

Renewanation is honored to be working with eleven military families this year through our Mayor’s Military Kids Scholarship Program. This is a significant increase from previous years, and we could not be more pleased. These families represent twenty-one students across the states of Virginia, New Mexico, South Dakota, and Texas. These students have the opportunity Read More

Need Help With Your Children and Youth Ministries?

On October 1st, Dr. Josh Mulvihill will begin his full-time work as Renewanation’s Director of Church and Family Ministry. Dr. Mulvihill has led for many years one of the largest church children’s ministries in America. Through his work at Renewanation, he will be helping local churches, and the parents in those churches, better understand how Read More

The Renewanation Review

What if they offered you control of the public schools?

What would your church and pastor do if the superintendent of your local public school district walked in and said, “We want to turn the leadership of our public schools over to your church. Read More

Undoing John Dewey’s Impact on American Public Education

To say that Dewey has impacted our culture is an understatement. We may not agree with his philosophy, but we must give credit where credit is due: John Dewey’s vision transformed the American educational landscape. Read More