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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.


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“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

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Christian School Revitalization in Action

On two snowy days in January (Jan 16 and 17), Ron Klein and Dr. Kristin Bird visited Adams County Christian School in West Union, OH. AACS is a K to 12th grade school located in rural Ohio. While still a small Christian school, the potential for growth in the next few years is strong as Read More

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“If you always do what you’ve always done…

…you will always be what you’ve always been.” You’ve heard this saying a thousand times, but it is absolutely true. At some point, in order to get different results, we have to change the way we think and behave. This is extremely accurate when it comes to raising the necessary funds to accomplish the work Read More

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The Renewanation Review

Six Reasons Why We Must Give Our Children a Biblical Worldview

1. They belong to God. “Behold, children are a heritage from the Lord, the fruit of the womb a reward” (Ps 127:3). Perhaps the greatest trust any person could ever be given is the responsibility of a child. As soon as both of our daughters were born, I realized that I was responsible for their Read More

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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

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