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Common Ground: An Endangered Species

"Golfers, gardeners and Christians are quite entitled to their interest in comfort zones, but they must be more conscious than ever before of the need to avoid allowing their niche from becoming a ghetto, within which they find themselves bowling, or praying, alone."

Cardus Education Survey: Phase I Facilitator's Guide (Parents and Supporters)

The curriculum package for parents & supporters of Christian schools will equip you to lead fellow parents, grandparents, strategic planning volunteers, board members, and other stakeholders through a meaningful, productive discussion of the educational efforts of your Christian school, based on the national CES results. Available free of charge in...

Cardus Education Survey: Phase I Facilitator's Guide (Teachers and Administrators)

The curriculum package for teachers & administrators of Christian schools will equip school staff to compare your school's vision to your outcomes. Study the Christian education benchmarks, and consider next steps as you seek to integrate faith, worldview, and academic excellence in your students' educational experience. Available free of charge in...

It's the Culture, Stupid: The Challenge of Cultural Renewal

John Seel suggests that the ways Christians have gone about trying to change this culture haven’t been all that effective—and are becoming increasingly futile. Instead, John proposes a better way of asserting Christian influence—strong networks, intellectual power, and access to the institutions that shape culture.