It was early morning, and the day was going to be a scorcher.Our family was on a summer camping trip, and we needed ice. Lots of it. So I asked my youngest son, who’d just gotten his license, to drive our SUV to the local gas station and grab enough ice to fill up our coolers. I got busy cooking breakfast, daydreaming about activities we'd planned for this vacation.The bacon in the frying pan was sizzling so loud that I almost didn't hear my
Many believe obtaining a degree from a private institution is just too expensive and out of reach. But the reality is that with grants, scholarships, and other forms of financial aid, graduates of private institutions are actually entering the workforce with less debt than students who attended a state university.
By Calvary Chapel Bible College / October 21, 2019
No matter what the future holds for your child, whether they are called to vocational ministry or not, advancing their spiritual education will prepare them to glorify God and withstand the pressures of life in any capacity.
Ultimately, it comes down to what is best for each individual student, and getting a head start is not always the best option. If you’re uncertain about the “expert” advice, remember that you are ultimately the expert when it comes to your child!
The idea of your child entering military service during this volatile time around the world may be scary—even terrifying. Military life is not without its challenges. But I would encourage you to not completely write it off as out of the question if your child is considering it.
There is a lot of flexibility in high school planning. Much of the decision-making depends on what your student plans to do after high school. Even if your student isn't sure what the future holds, there are solid avenues to follow to help cover all the bases and allow a variety of opportunities.