If Only I Could Go Back

We can faithfully help our children develop a biblical worldview, and some of them will still go astray. However, if they truly believe the truths of Scripture, there’s a high probability that they will come back to the faith at some point in their life. Read More

Serving All Schools: A Key to Community Transformation

By Melvin Adams I recently attended a conference for pastors and ministry leaders where the focus was transformational ministry. One of the sessions was led by the pastor of a “significant” church who spoke about transforming communities through ministry in local schools. I was captured by his thesis that every challenge and opportunity of a Read More

Impact Follows Obedience

In late 2014 and early 2015, Renewanation was engaged to spearhead a Christian school revitalization effort at Smith Mountain Lake Christian Academy (SMLCA). Read More

Help Affect Change Through Legislation

One of the amazing things about this country is every citizen has the potential to influence legislation in ways that can bring tremendous good to all. Few things have more impact on our daily lives than legislation. Read More

Four Ts for Shaping a Christian Worldview

By Melvin Adams People often ask what a worldview is and how it is developed. These are important questions, so I will briefly address them. But the more pressing question to me is how a Christian or biblical worldview is formed and passed on to our children and grandchildren. Let’s see if we can find some Read More

Fit for Battle: Are Children Prepared to Be Salt and Light?

By Glen Schultz, Ed.D. “My children need to be salt and light.” This is by far one of the most oft-given reasons why Christian parents continue to send their children to secular schools. They usually quote Jesus’ admonition in Matthew 5:13-14 where He declares, “YOU are the salt of the earth. YOU are the light Read More