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Running Toward It has been an incredible start to the school year, and I am so grateful for the grace and flexibility you have shown us as we continue to work to complete our construction projects. Whether it was a delayed butterfly release for our lower school, a delayed convocation for our upper school, or...
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“Rhetoric to Reality” If you watch any coming-of-age movie or show about students and high school, you’re immediately hit with the fact that those two are at war. The bumbling principal, the “cool” teacher that doesn’t listen to the bumbling principal, the rule-following teacher that is in constant conflict with the cool teacher, and then...
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“The Hour Had Come” The night before Christ was crucified was a busy night. Jesus institutes the Lord’s Supper, washes His disciple’s feet, pulls the curtain on Judas, issues the “new commandment”, and, of course, the events in the Garden of Gethsemane that led to his arrest and trial. That Thursday evening was a full...
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Dear parents, It’s been a busy few weeks leading up to spring break. I’m hoping to not hear the word “leak” in reference to gas or water for a few days! But even through all of that, God has been so faithful and gracious. Whether it was our amazing faculty and staff executing a last-minute...
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Dear parents, We belong to an engaged and unified community.  We see the manifestation of that community in so many ways throughout the year, whether it be at Parent Night, the Fall Auction, or the many and various gatherings of our families as they do life together. These tangible expressions of our community are the...
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Each time we get to Christmas and begin to read the different scriptural references to the birth of our Savior, I am always struck by one phrase in the story. The shepherds are out in the fields where the angels announce the birth of Christ. Following this proclamation, they head off to Bethlehem to find...
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Men and Women of Substance What an incredible day at Heritage Prep! Our two campuses were filled with captivating and compelling events and we celebrated the hard work of the students, faculty, and staff. Thank you grandparents for coming out to support your grandchildren. Many of you asked to share in writing my remarks this...
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It’s hard to believe that we are at the end of October. No matter how many years I’ve been doing this, it never ceases to amaze me how fast the days, weeks, and months go. It’s even crazier to think that, before we can blink, it will be Thanksgiving, and then Christmas. Even though I...
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“What does Jerusalem have to do with Athens?” Tertullian’s question is just as important today as it was some 1800 years ago, if not more so.  The question seeks to find the link, the relationship, of secular learning (i.e., Athens) and Christian learning (i.e., Jerusalem).  In other words, does or can Christianity inform our learning,...
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And if Christ is not risen, then our preaching is empty and your faith is also empty. -I Corinthians 15:14 This weekend isn’t about Easter egg hunts, pastel colors, or being able to finally wear white shoes.  It’s about something much bigger, much more important.  In fact, all of Christianity rests upon this event we...
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