An Advent Greek Lesson

If you find yourself fortunate enough to study biblical Greek (like our Agape Christi upperclassmen), you will inevitably encounter this foundational verse: John 1:1. It reads, “Ἐν ἀρχῇ ἦν ὁ λόγος καὶ ὁ λόγος ἦν πρὸς τὸν θεόν καὶ θεὸς ἦν ὁ λόγος.” Or to put it in the English tongue, “In the beginning was the Word and the Word…

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Gospel-Stewarding History

Today marks the 499th anniversary of Martin Luther issuing his 95 Theses and thus sparking the Protestant Reformation. As we look at what we face in the world today, Agape Christi history teacher Brady Erickson argues that it is vital to consider what has come before. The study of history is foundational to any civilization that hopes to prosper in its pursuits.…

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Is it Middle School? Junior High? It’s the Logic Stage!

The students in Agape Christi Academy’s oldest class will achieve a milestone next fall when they enter 7th grade. In keeping with the classical learning stages, 7th grade marks the transition from the Grammar Stage to Logic Stage. What students learn, and how they learn it, undergoes a significant transformation at this age. Logic stage students are no longer content…

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Technology and God

In a world where technology is accelerating and changing rapidly, with increasing impact on how we live our lives, we all recognize the importance of preparing students to use technology effectively. Many schools seek to answer this need by exposing students to as much technology as possible within the classroom. However, experience using today’s technology will not equip students to…

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Common Objections

In the last two years of laying the groundwork for the launch of Agape Christi, we’ve had the opportunity to listen to many families regarding their school choice decision. We rejoice to have the freedom of school choice in our country, knowing that Christian schools and homeschools are illegal in many parts of the world. As we approach our opening…

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