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Homeschoolers Are Taking Over the World

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:24 sec | 6 d ago

Homeschoolers Are Taking Over the World

"Everywhere I go, I also meet homeschoolers, and I have to say, the thing people used to say about homeschool is like, yeah, but they're not socialized, right? Every homeschooler I meet is the most mature young person, and I say these kids are taking over the world. So between classical Christian school and homeschool, I think the radical left doesn't know what's coming.

Why Fox News Host Pete Hegseth Wrote 'Battle for the American Mind'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:09 min | Last week

Why Fox News Host Pete Hegseth Wrote 'Battle for the American Mind'

"With us right now is a great American patriot can't wait to dive deep into his book and why he wrote it and how we can fix these problems. It is Pete hegseth and he is the author of the fabulous book, battle for the American mind, uprooting a century of miseducation, Pete, welcome back to the program. Hey, Charlie, thanks for having me. Appreciate it. So tell us why did you write the book and we'll go from there? Well, I wrote the book for the same reason you've done what you've done for the last ten years of turning point. We are at a moment in this country where we are in completely unchartered territory. Our schools across the board, government schools, not just public, which should be known as government schools, but also elite schools, private schools, most Christian schools are teaching students to be self loathing activists who know nothing about God and who believe America is a evil place stolen land and only built on the backs of slaves. And as a result, it is an experiment that's never been tried. Keeping a country while educating its citizens to hate the very country, they live in and not believe that it represents anything good. If you look at the scope of the problem right now, it's utterly demoralizing. If you really, really take a look because COVID-19, as you know, gave us a glimpse inside the classroom. We call it inside the book the COVID 1619 moment. It was the moment parents finally got a look. And what they saw was not 1776. They saw 1619 and they saw gender pronouns and they saw critical race theory dressed up as diversity equity inclusion. And they were mortified because the assumption their biases were toward the belief that the public schools, they're just fine. Maybe there's some bias in there, but they're just fine. And they looked for alternatives. And Hemingway once wrote, things happen gradually, and then they happen suddenly. And what we're seeing is the sudden consolidation, and that's what parents

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Pete Hegseth Explains Why He Wrote 'Battle for the American Mind'

Mark Levin

01:50 min | Last week

Pete Hegseth Explains Why He Wrote 'Battle for the American Mind'

"Mark honestly it had been on my own mind and on my heart for years As someone who read what you've written across from americanism to American Marxism understanding the depth of what the left had done in our culture and our politics I still had this itching sense that like you did with American Marxism it's all deeper and specifically in the education system Some reason I've always been interested in that And it was actually the beginning of 2020 before COVID that I was introduced through a wonderful family in North Carolina during a Fox and Friends segment to David Goodwin who runs the association of classical Christian schools He was doing research about the roots of the progressive takeover Why and how they did it over a hundred years ago And I was fascinated by it And I was asking questions and we were going back and forth and he didn't he didn't know as much about the modern manifestation and it just became clear between the two of us We should work together We didn't know each other at all But two Christians patriots passionate about education He's made it his life work for two decades I've been wanting to write a book on education for 5 years well before this all started And it just became clear let's work together And we did And I started from the 1870s and I started from what we're seeing now and we put our research together basically met in the middle in the 1950s and 60s and the picture became clear This was a plot not necessarily that they knew exactly where it was going But each successive generation and we can get into the details on that was intentional about getting control of our youngest of minds Books have been written the closing of the American mind the coddling of the American mind about higher education and we said now it's time to write a book about K

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Pete Hegseth: Social Studies, Other Subjects Were Morphed to Teach CRT

The Dan Bongino Show

01:32 min | Last week

Pete Hegseth: Social Studies, Other Subjects Were Morphed to Teach CRT

"Hence they created the social sciences social studies which were traditional traditional studies like history civics economics philosophy theology geography the types of courses that even we took maybe when we were in elementary and high school A lot of those things have been folded into how we and today it's activism How can you as an activist challenge the existing power structures which are inherently racist and based on the white male patriarchy So as to bring about equity when you hear diversity equity and inclusion that is a total metamorphosis from the ideas of equal opportunity They did that intentionally toward their goal And when you look at how they did it they crafted it by putting in subtly forgeries of things we value early on So when they removed something replaced it with something else that sounded good so that people who work for a living like you pointed out were providing for their families might sort of shrug their shoulders at it and say that doesn't look right but okay And they kept plotting along until suddenly we poke our heads up and its drag queen story hour in our local public school or worse off in our private schools or Christian schools The majority of the education system unless you're very intentional about it is still completely driven by the progressive prerogative and today it is not just bias it is not just indoctrination it is now activism

Christian School Under Fire for Promoting Christian Values

The Officer Tatum Show

01:01 min | Last month

Christian School Under Fire for Promoting Christian Values

"I want to switch gears real quick and talk about this Christian school under fire for upholding Christian values. Now you may ask me, Brennan, what in the world is happening at this Christian school that will make them be under fire and how does that relate to Christian values? So according to the Louisville, carrier journal says a homework assignment given to several middle schoolers at Christian academy of Louisville encouraged students to pursue an imaginary friend to reject or persuade imaginary friend to reject homosexuality. Now, you know in the woke of the woke culture that we live in, people to be mad at that. Now hiding the world at a Christian school, you're going to be mad at that. It literally says in a Bible that homosexuality is a sin. So why is it so weird and difficult in a Christian school for you to understand that that may be a hypothetical situation that kids will be able to or should be able to defend their faith in?

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How Fox's Pete Hegseth Got Involved With 'Battle for the American Mind'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:23 min | Last month

How Fox's Pete Hegseth Got Involved With 'Battle for the American Mind'

"Hey, welcome back folks. We're talking about American education, battle for the American mind, is the book uprooting a century of miseducation, David Goodwin has written it with Pete hegseth in that David. You're the head of the association of classical Christian schools. So you're like a brainy guy. Pete is just like a talking hit on Fox and Friends. We know he has nothing to say if it's not on a teleprompter. Pete, how did you get involved in this? I've always learned to join forces with people smarter than me. That's the key. Andy's humble, which makes me hate him even more. You went to Princeton, you went to the Harvard Kennedy school of government. What did you major in at Princeton? Politics. You did. I did. Political philosophy. As sort of a degree of that. But I'll tell you what I've learned in this project, how much I didn't learn. I didn't learn any of this stuff. My kids are in classical Christian schools and all I say every day is, why can't I go back to school and learn these things? Okay, you're singing my song. I have said this over and over in the last couple of decades. I learned something. I wrote a book called if you can keep it Franklin's famous line. And because of Oz Guinness, whose book I had read, I understood things, and all I could think of is how did I not get this? I didn't get any of this. So you obviously going through this elite schools, which like, Yale, they don't teach you this stuff. They teach you John Dewey on steroids, I guess. And they teach you now the latest manifestations of the Frankfurt school and critical theory, which is now we now see as critical race theory, and we talk about every day. But it was just the water in which we swam. I took social studies. We all took social studies who invented social studies. Yeah, why is it not history? Why is it social studies? We can't get into that. We can't get into that, don't talk about it. I didn't know where that all came from. David had done the research and then I was able to lay it upon the environment in which we live right now and realize we all got a progressive education. Yeah. Almost everyone watching guaranteed. Right. Got a progressive education that was started by atheist advanced by marxists who had their own agenda and it all happened subtly, and a lot of us think we aren't infected, but we are. And so you have to dig under the ruins of what used to exist. And that's what David did in this project. This is the way education our founders were educated, how free people and republics actually perpetuate themselves. Why don't we do

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Why Pete Hegseth and David Goodwin Decided to Write a Book Together

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:22 min | Last month

Why Pete Hegseth and David Goodwin Decided to Write a Book Together

"Folks, I am really excited right now because we're talking about something in this hour and I hope in the next hour as well that's at the heart of my concerns for the nation for the culture for the world. Something called education. I have in front of me, a brand new book called battle for the American mind, uprooting a century of miseducation, the authors are in the studio Pete hegseth and David Goodwin welcome. Thank you, Eric. Now I know both of you sort of because but from different worlds, you're mister Fox and Friends on the weekends or my confusing you with another Pete hegseth. No, you're right, you're right. And we met in multiple iterations. Here and there. But the problem is when you see somebody on TV, you don't remember, did I actually meet them or did I just saw that see them on YouTube or something like that? But David Goodwin, you are the head of the association of classical Christian schools. Yes. Devotee and fan of classical Christian education and of homeschooling and I am thrilled to see you again. And thank you for writing a book because we need to talk about this. So where do we start? First of all, I think most people want to know, hey, how did Pete hegseth meet David Goodwin? How did you come to write a book together? Well, I met David Goodwin. You mentioned Fox and Friends. It happenstance to that. I was at a diner in rural North Carolina talking about the news of the day as we do on the morning show. And a family approached me too cute little girls in uniforms and a woman pulled me aside and said, you know, what do you know about classical Christian education? Because we were talking about it. And we got to talk in and she said, you got to meet this guy, David Goodwin, and she put us in touch. And I had kids that had been in classical questions, so I was familiar with it, but I didn't understand the larger movement. And we just got to know each other and he shared some early manuscripts that he was working on of research that he had done. And I kept reading it and saying, this is amazing. Everybody's got to know this. This is the key right here. And over months and then years, we kind of joined forces and swap notes, and then we decided to embark on a Fox nation film called miseducation of America, which is where, and then this book also came out of that project as well. So it is a genuine partnership

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The Only Way America Can Be Healed Is by Turning to Christ

The Larry Elder Show

02:15 min | Last month

The Only Way America Can Be Healed Is by Turning to Christ

"Let's go to Linda in North Carolina. Linda, welcome to Carl Jackson prime time. You got the mic. Thank you, Carl. So good to speak with you. I've been listening to you I've never heard of you before. And let's now nanny 4.5. But the thing that I love about you the most, I believe you have a very personal and intimate relationship with Jesus Christ. You know, knowing Jesus is like, I tell people, you know, we knew our president Reagan and we know our president Donald Trump, but we don't know them personally and intimately. But when we get to know Jesus, the Jesus, the real Jesus of the Bible, we know him personally and intimately his character becomes our character. And I sense that in your spirit and also one little word will send that what's wrong with our nation, and I've got a little thing to say, sin will take you further than you want to go. San will continue longer than you want to say. And seeing more call you more than you want to pay. A little children's school. Sandy's going upside run to the craft. I had a picture of a cross and mama and daddy in the bottom. And even in my church today, the young man has grown that was in my San Diego class. He said in a church where an Christian school and he asked him, he said, what Bible are you reading from? And he was the only one that did, he said, mom bobbled doesn't say that. But you know, we're walking Bible. America, even before The Walking Dead, we got people that are dead walking around dead. And so the cows they're dead in sins and trespasses. And the only way America can be healed is for 18° water turn to Christ to get to know him personally. And that his character becomes your character.

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Pope begs forgiveness of Indigenous for Canada school abuses

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Pope begs forgiveness of Indigenous for Canada school abuses

"Pope pope Francis Francis begs begs forgiveness forgiveness from from indigenous indigenous peoples peoples of of Canada Canada the the school school abuses abuses Francis Francis has has apologized apologized and and begged begged forgiveness forgiveness for for the the deplorable deplorable abuses abuses suffered suffered by by indigenous indigenous peoples peoples in in kind kind of of this this church church run run residential residential schools schools and and said said he he hopes hopes to to visit visit Canada Canada in in late late July July to to deliver deliver the the apology apology in in person person more more than than one one hundred hundred fifty fifty thousand thousand native native children children in in Canada Canada will will force force to to attend attend the the state state funded funded Christian Christian schools schools from from the the nineteenth nineteenth century century until until the the nineteen nineteen seventies seventies in in an an effort effort to to isolate isolate them them from from the the influence influence of of the the homes homes and and culture culture the the aim aim was was to to Christianize Christianize and and assimilate assimilate them them into into mainstream mainstream society society which which previous previous Canadian Canadian governments governments had had considered considered superior superior I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma

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The Dan Bongino Show

01:08 min | 4 months ago

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"Action against the decision asking the attorney general to appeal The judge's decision cultivates chaos for parents families teachers and school administrators across the state The judge's decision covers districts across the state but not Chicago public schools according to the ruling collectively bargain agreements remain enforceable Some schools will stay with their mask rolls while others go optional The attorney general expects the appeal to be resolved within two weeks Mallory of war broker 8 90 WLS news Meantime parents are weighing in a school scramble I'm upset I think it's the wrong call Superintendent of Timothy Christian schools and elmhurst Matt Davison talked to ABC 7 He's in support of the options We believe that we can achieve this We're seeing it done in so many places Tens of thousands of schools across the country have been mass optional all year long He believes he has the support of most of his school community with nearly 1300 students Meantime Illinois public health officials reporting around 4700 new cases of COVID today in 31 related deaths the 7 day statewide test positivity rate is 7.2% and 62.6% of the state's population is fully

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Why Religious Schools Shouldn't Bend to Societal Norms

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:49 sec | 5 months ago

Why Religious Schools Shouldn't Bend to Societal Norms

"It's one of these clarifying moments. Want this Catholic school being described in this daily signal article by apparent speaking about the Catholic school's affirmation of kid's transgender at the age of 13. And helping them along the way, what should a Catholic school do? Well, if it's Catholic with a capital C and if a Jewish school is Jewish with a capital J, but we don't need the caps right now and say with the Christian schools, et cetera well, then they teach what that religion teaches. If the religion is consonant with everything being taught by secular society, the religion is

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A Conversation with America's Future About Homeschooling

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:15 min | 5 months ago

A Conversation with America's Future About Homeschooling

"You are all very privileged here tonight. Not because of your skin color or any of that nonsense that you'll see on TV. Your privilege because most of you are being homeschooled. And statistically, that means you're going to live a happier and better life. And you need to be reminded of that. Now, when I grew up, I was not homeschooled, but I went to a couple different schools. Christian school included. I was kind of propagandized by my local community that anyone that was home school was kind of homeschooled as kind of weird and not socially socially kind of up to the task. And that was just wrong. It was a lie. And now I look back, all the homeschool kids are their own companies and have big families and they're super happy and the kids that went to public school, not as much. Now maybe you're going to public school here and you're saying that's too bad. But it's just true. And here's why. It's because homeschooling, you don't allow the state and you don't allow the government to get in the way of the transmission of truth to children. And it is good for the parents as much as it is for the kids. And we obviously talk about it mostly from a child perspective, which is obviously the most important thing. But also, it keeps the parents on their toes to constantly be relearning and also aware of what's happening in the world and connecting that to their students. It creates better citizens is what I'm getting at. Is that it creates a adult citizenry that is constantly interfacing with their childhood child developing, which you kind of look at the last year and a half in our country. Homeschooling is doubled, by the way, which is a great thing for the future of America. It's a very good thing. And I couldn't be more supportive of that. But I laugh because at turning point USA we do a lot with education space and trying to warn parents, how bad public schools actually have become and how deceitful they have become and how damaging they can become for a children's future and what they're teaching what they're not teaching. And this last year and a half, especially when the whole country decided to lock down unnecessarily so. A lot of parents started to become aware of what was happening in their local

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Pope Voices Sorrow Over Canadian Deaths, Doesn't Apologize

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 1 year ago

Pope Voices Sorrow Over Canadian Deaths, Doesn't Apologize

"Pope Francis has expressed sorrow over the discovery in Canada off the remains of two hundred and fifteen indigenous students of church run boarding schools but did offer an apology sort by the Canadian prime minister C. will conclude a penalty to get shown on that kind of a Francis in remarks to faithful gathered in St Peter's square called on political and church authorities to work to shed light on what he called this sad fact and to foster heating the the roadie a delay so fit in said bus out though two days earlier prime minister Justin Trudeau said he was deeply disappointed that the Vatican hasn't offered an apology and called on the charge to take responsibility from the nineteenth century until the nineteen seventies more than a hundred fifty thousand indigenous children were forced to attend state funded Christian schools the majority of them run by Catholic missionary congregations in the campaign to assimilate them into Canadian society I'm sorry I shockingly

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Remains of Over 200 Children Found at Indigenous School in Canada

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Remains of Over 200 Children Found at Indigenous School in Canada

"A gruesome discovery in a former school in Canada The bodies of 215 Children, some as young as three years old, have been found buried on the site of a former indigenous school in Canada. Officials say the remains were discovered last weekend by ground penetrating radar and more Not exhumed. More bodies could be found at the Kamloops Indian residential school, which was once the country's largest institution that held Children taken from families More than 150001st nations. Children were forced into state funded Christian schools from the 19th century until the 19 seventies as part of a program to assimilate them into Canadian

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"christian school" Discussed on Northern Kentucky Spotlight

Northern Kentucky Spotlight

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"christian school" Discussed on Northern Kentucky Spotlight

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"christian school" Discussed on Northern Kentucky Spotlight

Northern Kentucky Spotlight

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"christian school" Discussed on Northern Kentucky Spotlight

"Is looking closer to four hundred next year so you are preschool through twelfth grade. Already i mean for a school to already know that you've got twenty five more kids coming. That's a lot of folks so for for those people who may be on the bench and looking to maybe change schools. Just learn more about calorie. Tell us what kind of often she dies at. Give your students. We are when you look at the schools around us. You know scott high school with down the street much larger school than us But i feel we offer. We offer quite a bit. We offer a full range of advanced placement courses. We offer a full range of dual credit courses. That high school students can take college credits. Wells high school credit many of them. We teach right here on campus We have science labs. we have sports We have Boys girls soccer boys and girls track. Boys girls basketball softball. Baseball swim team We we offer other cross country well for other sports if their student interest With we've offered golf before tennis and things like that based on student interest We do We have a full performing arts program. Every spring we do a a musical. That's put on for four nights We we have choirs band. Just about anything you could find at any other school of national honor society national geographic society beta club. All those things that you'll find here at calvary christian school and i would imagine the smaller class. Size like legitimately as as a freshman sophomore junior class size provides a greater opportunity for students to get involved in organizations right. Yeah there's a. Larger percentage of our students are involved in athletics and other extracurricular activities We're able because of our class is to take some trips every year except for last year because of covid every year our seniors go to florida as a senior trip at the end of the year. Disneyworld so we're able to offer some things because we're smaller That the some larger schools can offer disparate logistic logistical reasons Also smaller class allows you to develop more intimate relationships with your hands of things like that. You mentioned kovin and an educator in particular you guys have had to go through a lot a lot of pivoting our word of twenty twenty As you look toward twenty twenty two a lot of still in flux but as from an education perspective of talking to parents. Maybe what are you looking ahead to. Four twenty twenty two. This was. This was an interesting year. And i retired from the air force in december. And i always use this phrase with faculty and staff flexibility. The airpower would what they drill into us in the air force and so This year where there's been a lot of flexing and a lot of bending Right now i'm looking at When we began school in august Things will be back to normal will still have some of the you know. We'll still have the hand sanitizer stations out because other just good. Thanks to have out We will you know if students feel more calm during amassed they can wear a mask but for the most part We will be going back to school as normal. That is a wonderful being here. I guess between alabama but it's so nice to hear so for for again. Those parents i kind of on the fence. Like maybe not thrilled with where their students are right. Now give us a hard sell for calvary christian. Why should they come. Their enrollment is open. Right now you'll have an opportunity You're still have an opportunity to have. A bible centered education where the bible is the foundational text book and all of our classes. Your students will will get an education. That is topnotch We have we have graduates. Go everywhere we've got him at the naval academy west point usa. Uk you abell They go all over vanderbilt So you know. We'll we'll put our graduates up against a gap against anybody's graduates as far as the education that they received And it'll be done in a smaller setting where there's more opportunity for the teacher to interact one on one with students. This year We are installing in every classroom touchscreen smart boards in every classroom Big ipads on the wall. Which will just allow more flexibility for the teacher when it comes to instructing the classrooms last year we just redid our science lab both science labs so their brand new We have a one to one technology for fifth grade and up So each stood will be issued a device When they come in and they'll use that device so throughout the year so I think it's a great time. We're enrolling now like i said some of our classes are filling up. So if you're if you're if you're on the bubble of thinking about it Now's the time to look because some of our especially in the elementary sides some of our classes are filling up. It's go time all right. Thank you so much. Dr dickens from calvary christian school and the headmaster there thank you for joining us on the northern that he spotlight. All you guys stick around. We'll be right back with more right here on the northern kentucky spotlight. Hi i'm shannon schumacher account executive kentucky market leader at horon. We champion bode innovation to help. Employers and individuals thrive.

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"christian school" Discussed on Northern Kentucky Spotlight

Northern Kentucky Spotlight

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"christian school" Discussed on Northern Kentucky Spotlight

"Homelessness. It's it's really really great Only going to allow them to do that. So look forward to having finished next year. We've talked a lot about the local colleges gradually gateway community and technical college just had a big big weekend. They did a drive through ceremony. This was they confirmed more than nineteen hundred credentials because you know gateway goes more than just associate's degrees upon more than thirteen hundred candidates so eighty four. Ged's big dry through ceremony. The cool part was thirty. High school students who graduated from high school with an associate's degree so there was like a double graduation. Remarkable their congratulations to all of those. Who got this credentials this weekend. And it's gateways twentieth anniversary so a big big year for gateway as well and before we get to your chamber round up Jerry we would be remiss. We been talking about bourbon in a week. We gotta get back to it My latest video from meeting kyi. It's called a taste of the b. Line with catherine you can find. You're on facebook all you gotta do. Go to mypillow catherine neo and I visited neely family distillery. I'm gonna tell you this is right next door to the kentucky speedway it's amazing You can't go wrong when you talk bourbon. But they've got a product. Called moonshine crane their lesson generation moonshine. But they make berman. The make absent. They've moonshine craig's bourbon green but like in a million flavors so just you gotta check it out. Watch video checkout mealy family distillery and it's all about the b. line and i wanna thank meeting kate white for let me do this cool stories. Lots of fun. And now jeremy how the chamber around. What are we got well last week if you missed it. We sent out an email about our relocation guide which is called liveability k y and it's a great resource for Attracting talent to the region to show showing what northern kentucky is. all about. You are business that is recruiting from outside the region and you would like some of these relocation guys to hand out. We have a ton of them at the chamber offices. All you gotta do is call us by seven eight eight hundred Get hold back. If you have becky's email you can. You can email her as well and she and she can arrange for you to get some picked up or dropped off for whatever you need to recruit Last week we had our business impact award celebration on facebook. It was really really great. We hit some amazing businesses is so awesome to see what all these businesses are continuing to accomplish through this crazy time that we're living in But if you go back to our facebook page you can check out all the winners Shared videos out so just right on our live video page. And you can you can check those out and then coming up we have one more large scale virtual event coming And that is the outstanding women of northern kentucky in it's sponsored by saint elizabeth healthcare. It's such a great event every year to see What these women have gone in accomplishing their careers. It still going to be virtual. It's such a big event. We couldn't pivot it and it's on the eight. It's right before that that eleven. You know when everything can go back to normal but then after that we are going to have our very first in person exit issues back after the post pandemic and is actually going to be post pandemic education and what that's going to be like so Go check that out and then we were talking today. Getting getting some details on the chamber golf having now. This is a little bit still ways off. It's not until august ten but this year you know. Normally we do a women's initiative golf outing and we do chamber golf outing we are like. Why don't we just bring all these people together. Why are we got to keep everything separate. Let's everybody all on place. It's going to be out of the kent county golf course this year. We're gonna utilize the whole thing. So we're gonna have an a bull eighteen flight in the morning and the afternoon ralston have a nine hole flight in the afternoon. So if you don't want to do the full eighteen so if you're not super avid golfer but you like to get on get out there. Hit some balls around from work and if you're if you're an inexperienced golfer or you haven't golfed in a long time. Maybe throughout the pandemic with a lot of people were golfing. We have a A clinic a golf clinic seeking brushback skills. And then if you just like now i'm not. I'm not coughing but you went because they haven't been hanging out with people in a while we have an afternoon social and you can just registered does for the social golfing the not golfing watching phil mickelson yesterday on. Yes on it. Not so much. The axle golfing. I like this option. Says maybe not the club swinging shots. Maybe the arm bending shots spade. Yeah great all. These events are listed on our website and anke chamber dot com slash events for Signing up for any of this just go on and just ahead we're gonna hear From the headmaster at calvary christian school about what it has learned all during the pandemic. what's ahead and why. There's an influx of students headed to that school way me next year. All right stick with us here on northern kentucky spotlight. Cdt airport is the lowest airport in the trust a region with fifty four nonstop flights and direct international service to seven destinations including paris france and now home to both dhl's and amazon's global cargo hubs. The airport is furthering. Its position as leader in aviation and is deeply committed to being an economic driver for the community. You can learn more and start your next adventure at sea airport dot com ranking on google search maps as easy to understand but hard to do it requires constant effort and attention uploading new photos responding to google reviews writing weekly posts and checking suggested up google listing optimization takes experience and talk and there are no shortcuts see crew gives your google my business account the steady contributor attention it needs to be effect optimizing updating and expanding critical contact every single week from local retail stores to large regional networks see crew generates content establish his benchmarks at creates dramatic memorable increases and engagement. So what can see crew do for your business. More calls more clicks more clients. Welcome back to the northern kentucky. Spotlight right now. We're talking with dr bill dickens. The headmaster calvary christian school bear jones. Thank you so much for joining us. Today dr dickens. It'll be with you all right. Let's start with a question. I know a lot of people might have. Why does a school feel it. Necessary to join the northern kentucky chamber of commerce. What kind of benefits have you seen. Well it's funny because what originally prompted us is A break on our health insurance however then once we joined Plethora of offers. There's there's trainings. Available and marketing director has already done a couple of those there's all kinds of networking available and so really it. Was you know like i said it was a purely financial when we first joined however Somebody added benefits that we were at the time could billion aware of and and that does a lot of a lot of people are unaware of all the great things you can get again. This trainings are really really impressive. let's talk about calibrate christian. A little bit. Tell us about the school for those people who may not be aware guy. We're we're located on about sixty six acres taylor mill road and south covington. We've been around since one thousand nine hundred ninety four were ministry of calvary baptist church although the church is located about three and a half miles from us and ninety seven before they purchased this land And so we've been here ever since then. We have about three hundred this year. We had about three hundred and fifty seven soon. We were down a little bit because of covid but we've rebounded Were enrollment right. Now.

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"christian school" Discussed on Northern Kentucky Spotlight

Northern Kentucky Spotlight

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"christian school" Discussed on Northern Kentucky Spotlight

"Good afternoon and welcome to the northern kentucky. Spotlight on catherine niro alongside jeremy schramm from the northern kentucky chamber the marketing and communications director there. Jeremy we're this close to summer. I don't care what the with the actual date this starts is. It's memorial day weekend and my right. Yes absolutely especially when your kids. Last day of school is on friday that it really really same same. We've already the ice cream joins they're they're they're fighting between. Which ones i get to go to multiple knows. I'm not going to say no on the last day of school but yeah so as we prepare for this last week of school. There's a lot to get to today and in fact we're gonna be talking to a school coming. We'll do that coming up in just a little bit. I want to thank our sponsors. Of course see the title sponsor as well as ran are episodes. Bouncer ends secret consulting digital sponsor. Thank you for all of your support. And so jeremy. Let's talk about it. Schools as members of the chamber. It's an unusual but really smart mill. Yeah you know normally you know you. Obviously businesses are members. And we've got a lot of nonprofits that are member soup but also the schools the schools that are interested in kind of connecting with his business communities There's different reasons at school would join but one of the interesting reasons that this school joins was because they needed a discount on their health. Insurance and Since they could join a chamber member they were able to do that. So we're going to be talking to calvary christian school in see about all the cool stuff that they have their what they've got going on and Why it's bracing for an enrollment increase next year. So it's kind of interesting to kind of hear from the schools in yeah. This goes hand in hand with our next exit issues. That's gonna be in person you know we're talking to the school about like what's going to be like when we're back from covid in like when we come back in the falsehoods you know. We like to stay connected to this school All the schools inside the business community so we went on we can get our talent ready for the future and stuff like that as false calvary crushing. It's interesting we learned a lot about the way our kids learn and what they need and what they don't and there are some parents looking for smaller schools in calvary christian is certainly one of them. So you can check out that interview. Coming up with dr diggins Interest a moment far. So let's give an update. Let's get all the headlines of the week but specifically we're gonna start there's two big headlines forever of the next six weeks in. It's gonna be in kobe. Cicadas are here for the most part right. And if they're not here yet they're gonna be coded. Were hoping is on the way. That is the plant so you know that the latest kind of crop of of available vaccines or people available to get the vaccines were the ages. Twelve to fifteen year old crew and they In the first week that they were allowed to have vaccine more than seven percent were vaccinated. That's a lot especially when you consider her like i did. We had to work around end of your schedules and after school. He didn't want to take out his cool for that sort of thing. All of those things. So i would imagine that number in the next two weeks is going to go up. Dramatically and by the way experts are saying if your kids are in summer sports or summer camps. This is a big big deal To try to get vaccinated if he can and So a lot of stuff is being relaxed. I don't know if you've been anywhere lately but masks. Are you know. They're on the way out as well. So fully vaccinated people can now go without masks except for certain situations. We talked about cdt. That is a department of transportation situation of federal decisions. Got to have it there. An on the plane itself but buses those sorts of things childcare preschool k. Through twelve now requires masks. We'll see what happens in the fall. Healthcare facilities of course in long term care facilities and then also individual businesses may request them. So just keep that in mind to keep a with you. You don't wear it everywhere and just keep in mind the for the fully vaccinated now for the half backs as they say And then the other part of it is this When we talk about capacity governor bashir has said there's two dates to remember may twenty-eighth coming up in just a few days in june eleventh right so may twenty eight Businesses and events can raise their capacity to seventy five percent indoors out june eleventh. One hundred percent doesn't matter where you are where you know any any situation one hundred percent open. So those are the two dates to look for the ends on june eleven. Data's very important we'll get the chamber around the section no and great news coming out of the cg deals like every week. We have some new announcement the end. This is just going to be one of many. I think coming up in the next couple of weeks but dhl is expanding is looking for two hundred fifty new workers in his increased. Pay to seventeen to twenty five dollars per hour Cargo shipments have increased twenty six percent since january and the need for more workers in There's an open house. Wednesday at dhl from eight to four for more emphasis great to hear the jails growing growing. Were still lucky to have such a great airport and cg and then get to be a sponsor of this wonderful podcast. We love them absolutely. You know they just announced a new airline as well. Alaska air just last week so like lots of good things happened there. All right coming to implant. Has i am going to be honest with you. I love coming cup living covington. I did not know that. This existed until last week when i talked with the fine folks at the carnegie so covington plaza is where the old Remember all the riverboat the riverboat restaurants. That's where it was the old covington landing. That's where it is right now. It's a thirteen hundred seat. Amphitheater built into the riverbank. it is. You're talking about a gorgeous view. It's amazing so it's a it's an amphitheater. It's walking trails. There is appear on suspension bridge if you went to launch kayaks or whatever and then in addition to that the reno's down there at the carnegie performed survey performed a whole nother musical there but then last weekend and this coming weekend they're performing i got rhythm so the pictures from this remarkable because of the backdrop is the city of cincinnati. I've got a kid who is in a theater tack the love being on the stage crew. I'm like they don't even need you. This situation least backgrounds for sight. Sound lighting definitely but for the background is just beautiful so check that out if you will and so again i got rhythm with the carnegie goes this weekend but coming to plaza's going to be open in available and if you know at the very least ship go your walk and just check it out and there's also too nice. Viewing areas of the city skyline now at madison and at scott and that's how he can access to plaza. I know that a lot more. The carnegie stuff this year is gonna like during the summer. Anyway they're gonna keep it outside down there which is really great and if you go to the carnegie social media you can kind of see a little little snippet of their the boards. Yeah yeah yeah. It's it's really really cool This is another awesome story Welcome house. they broke ground on their brand new six point. Four million twenty thousand square foot building down at the corner of m. okay or twelfth street in green up his right by kind of one of their old facilities down there It is going to be really really really awesome. it will open next year and will further. Welcome house's mission of transitioning people out of homelessness and into sustainable housing News center will consolidate a services offered eight different locations under one roof so making much easier The people they serve. And i heard that they were gonna have rooms big enough to hold families a lot of times. When people get stuck in situations they can get split up. This is going to be able to keep the entire family in one room down there It's really great all the work that the welcome house is doing in covington in helping our region to To kind of combat.

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Missouri owners of boarding school charged with abuse

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Missouri owners of boarding school charged with abuse

"Reform school for girls in southwest Missouri have been charged with more than 100 counts. Physical, emotional and sexual abuse. Your CBS news correspondent Adriana Diaz, since 2000 and six the householders owned and operated the Circle of Hope Girls Ranch in Cedar County, Missouri. Ah Christian School, they said, could reform rebellious teenagers. Last year, authorities removed all the girls from the facility. The householders daughter, Amanda, that kept getting messages from random girls that I didn't even know telling me the same thing they had been molested. Correct. The couple has pled not guilty. They're being Held without bond. CBS's Jim

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Jason Witten Named As New Liberty Christian Head Football Coach

Rush Limbaugh

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Jason Witten Named As New Liberty Christian Head Football Coach

"And a former longtime Dallas cowboy tight in will be coaching a local high school football team. Jason Witten has been named the head coach at Liberty Christian School, and Argyle Witten, former Dallas Cowboys tight end who spent his last season with the Las Vegas Raiders, and 2020 is taking his talents back to North Texas to coach this time. Liberty Christian, confirmed the news on Twitter, saying Witness also a long time. Liberty parent, the Tweet, said quote. It's a great day to be a warrior.

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On Embracing Native Culture in Alaska Feat. Danielle Riha

HMH Learning Moments

04:22 min | 1 year ago

On Embracing Native Culture in Alaska Feat. Danielle Riha

"Having grown up in detroit and then raised in texas and as you know a white american what what were some of the first things that you had to learn about some of your indigenous students and and how did you embrace that. I have a mix of cultures in my family. And so i'm cecilia. n- i am a little bit african. i have a little bit of everything in me. But if you just look at me i am just away looking female and one of the things that are the thing that actually connected me to the indigenous people were the universal values that cross cultures cross religion cross gender and geographic location and some of those are like show respect to others. Each person has a special gift. Share what you have giving makes you. Richer know who you are. You're a reflection of your family. Accept what life brings to. You can't control many things. Patients live carefully respect. Your elders value your education pray for guidance and notice the connections. How people are how everything is related. These are all values that were really taught to me as a young person waste anything. I can remember growing up in going to my grandparents house and if we were having chicken soup that meant you were having anything from the chicken was could pop up. That soup could be an eyeball. Could be anything but you ate it because you don't waste anything and right away. Those are the values that i saw in heard elders in family members in these communities teaching these kids. I thought those are the same values that i was taught in kerpen big cities and so even though my very first teaching job. I i wasn't welcomed. People weren't our links so you weren't welcomed. You weren't welcomed because you look different or there was bias you know even on coming from the forty eight states and moving in i i knew right away. I wasn't welcome. I was told. Go home gusset slang for white person. It was tough. I mean people bumped into me and told me go home cossack and it was pretty rough and i thought this has to come from somewhere and slowly but surely i would visit with elders or are there are a couple of people who who were friendly to me night ask why are people so negative and in downright you know rude and harsh. And i found out that they're used to people not sticking around and not investing in their children and maybe using that teaching job as a stone to get some experience under their belt and then then head out. And i thought about that and i would be probably distant towards people and not wanna make connections with them right away if i knew they were going to invest in me or invest in my my town my kids but then it also goes back to and i found this out a little bit later but i did my research and it also goes back to the boarding schools in the bureau of indian affairs schools in the christian schools were the indigenous people of alaska were forced to not speak their language. They were beaten for speaking their language. They had to dress in change everything about themselves to go to school in their own communities or they were taken from their communities as as young as four and five and sent to boarding schools where they were abused and belittled and it was a traumatic experience and people lost their culture and they lost their ability to become nurturing parents because they didn't grow up in their homes and once i learned that history that became a part of what i did as an educator as i taught kids their history and i taught them were some of the biases in their own community. Come from then. I would bring it back around to the cultural values in focus on the positives in how to not necessarily move past because the history is really important but how to value that history and use it to thrive

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The Virtual Reptilian Cult

Extraterrestrial

05:50 min | 1 year ago

The Virtual Reptilian Cult

"On july fifteenth. Two thousand seventeen. The son had just begun to rise over the quiet town of cool ball township pennsylvania when a gunshot rang through the air. Operator's answered a disturbing call just moments later and heard the panicked voice of forty two year old barbara rogers she cried. My boyfriend had a gun. He told me to press the trigger. Oh my god he's dead. Police rushed to the scene there on the floor of the tan double wide trailer late thirty two year old. Stephen minot a forty five caliber gunshot wound in his forehead. Barbara rogers stood beside his lifeless body. The firearm nearby barbara immediately claimed that she was innocent stating that her and many. Oh were deeply in love barbara. Even used stevens last name though they were not legally married. Despite her protestations barbara was arrested and police began their investigation. But perhaps barbara's protests weren't as far fetched as police had assumed a cursory internet search revealed. That barbour stephen were active members of an online cult. Run by a woman named sharee schreiner. The detectives searched for answers would lead investigators down a dark path filled with coded messages alien lizards and vampires. Hi i'm greg paulson. And i'm vanessa. Richardson and this is cults. Park has original every tuesday. We look at occult practices their leader and their followers. You can find all episodes of cults and all other podcast originals. Free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream. Cults for free on spotify just opened the app and type cults in the search bar at cast. Were grateful for you our listeners. You will allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and instagram. At podcast and twitter at podcast network. And if you enjoy today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review. Wherever you're listening it really does help. This is our first and only episode on sherry schreiner. The woman behind a virtual reptilian kalt will explore her troubled childhood as well as how schreiner used the internet to cultivate her following sherry. J. schreiner was born on december eleventh. Nineteen sixty five in cleveland. Ohio into a devout god fearing christian family. She attended private christian schools and went to church every sunday. Surrounded by discussions of jesus and religion. Schreiner never remembered a time when she wasn't thinking about discussing reading the bible while sherry was a very private person of the information that's known about our comes from her self published books in one titled bible codes revealed the coming. Ufo invasion sherry claimed that she was proclaiming. God's name by the age of two and she was reborn by the age of five however also at that time she developed horrific haunting night terrors which she described in vivid detail sherry wrote. A figure would stand at the foot of my bed and stare at me as i lay trying to sleep. Fear and sheer terror with grip every muscle and bone. I had it was at least seven feet tall dark and evil. I would shrivel under my blankets and pray for it to go away. I did not know what it was other than feeling it was some evil being straight from hell and i certainly did not know what it wanted. Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode please note. Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist. But she has done a lot of research for this show. thanks greg. The national sleep foundation explained that night terrors can have several causes including extreme tiredness lack of sleep or stress. It is quite possible that stress of her family's devout contributed to share his night terrors. As a child though. We don't know the specifics of the situation. Perhaps sheri's family put pressure on her to adhere to a specific code of conduct prescribed by their faith sheri's terrors continued to haunt her well into her adolescence as the years passed. She had a revelation. These visions were not some anonymous shadowy figures but evil demons sent by lucifer to kill her. She proclaimed herself lucifer's arch enemy. Though she hid this title from those around her by the age of twelve sherry had read the bible from front to back and was particularly interested. In the book of revelation the final book of the christian bible known for its strange imagery and apocalyptic predictions schreiner was fascinated by the concepts of the end of days and the arrival of the anti christ but despite shriners deep immersion in biblical studies. She hated her religion. She disagreed with much of christianity and brandon herself a nonconformist becoming the black sheep of her family but sherry shifted her biblical prophecy studies to the side while she focused on higher education she dreamed of pursuing a career in television news broadcasting

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"christian school" Discussed on Fancy Free Podcast

Fancy Free Podcast

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"christian school" Discussed on Fancy Free Podcast

"I just thought it I don't know I could only Envision like serious responsible delight and not like normal person to lie, you know what I'm saying? But the more I learned how to study and even how to make disciples. I like this really is the way of life, you know, like this really is dead. This is so fun and wonderful and joyful, even in the midst of all the heaviness of serious stuff. So yes, that's my favorite stuff to think about and talk about. Oh my gosh. I love it. What is the target age group for your Bible Study middle and high school girl. So the thing I have to say about this is I grew up Christian. I accepted Jesus when I was three. I still remember it vividly. So I've always been a Christian I grew up going to church I grew up knowing the word. I I went to a Christian School for several years, but I don't think it was until very recently that I understood the Bible more than pull the stick lien mean cover-to-cover. How does it relate to itself? What are the references back and forth? What's the historical context? What? Oh man. What is this whole work mean and that has been sort of a conformational in my life in my forties. I finally like figured out how to not just do sort of topical studies and not just kind of take the Bible and bits and pieces but kind of look at it as a whole that is dead. Altering and if you can teach girls that the Bible is not intimidating that it that its life-giving and not just to do but soul food that is a massive gift. I love it. Oh man. Thank you. I I feel the same way as you I have a very similar story of, you know, knowing the Lord at an early age and feel like, you know, my heart's turned towards him and then reading the Bible but I felt like I kind of read it like I watch a movie and it would just kind of pass by now. I read the Bible the way I eat a piece of cake and I'm really able to like dig in and taste it rather than it just kind of pass by them. And so just need to quit more tools and just literally reading and understanding the importance of context in the big.

Christian School
"christian school" Discussed on Fancy Free Podcast

Fancy Free Podcast

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"christian school" Discussed on Fancy Free Podcast

"Brown confetti on the cover. I was going to tell you the cover art just makes my heart pitter-patter. I love it so much. Yeah, it's so cute. You and I are Venn diagram probably intersects quite a bit on so many thoughts how you would like to cover too but it is so fun. And I really do believe that following Jesus is is life, you know, and that means it's more lively and it's there's so much joy to be had certainly there are things to be serious about but there's so much freedom in the gospel so much joy to be found and I felt like the cover really expressed that and I hope that girls come away feeling like they are better able to change the light in Lord and there's so much scripture about the lighting in the Lord and delighting in his word and I always like I don't know. just thought it I don't know I could only Envision like serious responsible delight and not like normal person to lie, you know what I'm saying? But the more I learned how to study and even how to make disciples. I like this really is the way of life, you know, like this really is dead. This is so fun and wonderful and joyful, even in the midst of all the heaviness of serious stuff. So yes, that's my favorite stuff to think about and talk about. Oh my gosh. I love it. What is the target age group for your Bible Study middle and high school girl. So the thing I have to say about this is I grew up Christian. I accepted Jesus when I was three. I still remember it vividly. So I've always been a Christian I grew up going to church I grew up knowing the word. I I went to a Christian School for several years, but I don't think it was until very recently that I understood the Bible more than pull the stick lien mean cover-to-cover. How does it relate to itself? What are the references back and forth? What's the historical context? What? Oh man. What is this whole work mean and that has been sort of a conformational in my life in my forties. I finally like figured out how to not just do sort of topical studies and not just kind of take the Bible and bits pieces but kind of look at it as a whole that is dead. Altering and if you can teach girls that the Bible is not intimidating that it that its life-giving and not just to do but soul food that is a massive gift. I love it. Oh man. Thank you. I feel the same way as you I have a very similar story of, you know, knowing the Lord at an early age and feel like, you know, my heart's turned towards him and then reading the Bible but I felt like I kind of read it like I watch a movie and it would just kind of pass by now. I read the Bible way I eat a piece of cake and I'm really able to like dig in and taste it rather than just kind of pass by them. And so just need to quit more tools and just literally reading and understanding the.

Christian School
"christian school" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"christian school" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"You have if you're tired of your job you don't like what you're doing go to the Christian school learn something at that that's fine it will get you out there and and interacting with people and it's just a great job to have once again Christian school gaming seven oh two four five eight nine nine one zero we're looking up online as president dot E. D. U. I think we could use another job I think I may have to check out the questions go to gaming is that so far the gambling today didn't go very well and I can tell you once again it was I was bitten by that one team bag because it I hit three out of four of my parlays and again not looking good but take a look at the Richard badly to Addiscombe Finley Toyota out of town scoreboard as we go over the games will go over what happened and what their what their meaning is for him is something to the Cavaliers Celtics close the only afford a half point favorite you go why with only four and a half points pretty much everyone was out for the Celtics no Gordon Hayward no Jayson Tatum Jaylen brown Kemba Walker and they still won one twelve one of six how bad is this Cavaliers team well the cast right now it's guys are looking towards offices have Collin Sexton Andre Drummond and nobody else in German does want to be there they're they're already talking about shipping shop in this off season so it's one of those let's just get to the end of the year and then we go on vacation yeah so and the Celtics win that game and so like and they they win is a win in to cover her boss and I stayed away from that game just because with that many people absent you had no idea what to expect results in the game was on the road but they were able to win and cover that under the pistons the thunder close as nine point favorites they had a huge lead in this game that I actually had the mine is eight I was lucky enough to get up early and mine is eight and a one one forty one of seven they win by seven that was the game to beat me in the rear yeah a typical in difficult fashion I just under G. was when those teams I just can't figure out there they're they're a team that will go out first round in the playoffs but you don't want plant they're a team that will Dracula for six games and just make it difficult for you to get that they have the players that I mean let alone you know they have Gallinari them Chris Paul is a Steven Adams these guys have the experience you know what they're doing but it just seems I think you're right I think that they're the kind of team you don't want to face but you will beat them you will beat them but you just don't want to play them because can go six games and it's just another team is using.

Christian school
"christian school" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"christian school" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

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"christian school" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"christian school" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Christian school gaming importantly crescent dot EDU seven oh two four five eight ninety nine ten all right we are rolling here sports six radio and it's about that time the autumn wind is a pirate during in from C. with a rollicking song with this wrestling he says the storms is he robs them of their go the autumn wind is a raider engine just for fun the not I own and lack forties conquered and won there it is great stuff the autumn when one of the classic cut it cuts ever as far as any sports filled more audio this incredible just love it and it really does go with the raiders the folks a lot of you that are may not be familiar with the raiders passed or you know their history really gonna be enlightened if you make it over to Townsquare over their Las Vegas Boulevard right there right around sunset over there was a little it is is just a great set up you go I use the raider image and then there's the reader experience and you go in there they've got everything you can touch the walls you can find out the history on all these different players it's where they have the virtual seat set up as far as the season tickets but of course the new readers know legion stadium it is going to be absolutely fantastic we're gonna get into all of the silver black state report just a second myself and my good buddy who produces the show Monday Wednesday Fridays for you back there at B. C. broadcasting studio strong the culture of the big time raiders fan activity or sport adrenaline he's got prior obligations to NATO map will be with us but prior to that I do want to get in these college grad school scores because I told you I would do in a lot of times I say I'm going to do something that I don't do it followed up with kind of scattered rain like that so we make sure I get this done by the way update rebels leader to seventy one sixty nine to forty five to go and they've got the ball right now so there in overtime at Fresno we're keeping an eye on that came very close the show on the call by the way he's a graduate of the U. N. L. V. and if you saw his trucking you saw his tattoo you would know that this guy is a problem so he's a reader guy and he's also you LV so that stadium was built with you on the column in mind here's a college basketball games from today Villanova they get past Penn India's because in alma mater the gets the cover their eighty two sixty nine final feeder blows out I would not really be Wisconsin Green Bay they do not cover the eighteen and a half with by thirteen in Cincinnati eighty four seventy one seventy two fifty one Maryland takes care of Mike Bray Notre Dame in a big way that Turkey was for real Drexel holds off Princeton eighty two seventy six good fight by the Tigers but the dragon to get it done at home I had Akron tonight there is a good place for me a wire to wire win at Marshall eighty five seventy three covered three have four point number lost on South Carolina UMass I took UMass South Carolina fun to get to a decent road when eighty four to eighty they hold off the minute men to lead pounds Cleveland state for Toledo Tommy eighty to sixty five Yukon big second half only up I wanted to help but they would buy eighteen over I to cover the thirteen point number eighty two sixty two Duquesne thirteen better than BMI.

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"christian school" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"christian school" Discussed on Thunder Radio

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"christian school" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"christian school" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Christian school at half the cost of the annual tuition we've partnered up with some of the leading schools in the New York New Jersey metro area to help parents to reduce the costs and still have their children receive a quality faith based education here are just a few of the participating schools Long Island Lutheran middle and high school the Bible speaks academy Timothy Christian school you can see the full list of participating schools at AM nine seventy the answer dot com AM nine seventy the answer is also offering each school the opportunity to promote their school with a full radio advertising campaign for more information on how you can send your children to a Christian school at half the cost of the annual tuition or how you can get your school enrolled in the program go to a a nine seventy the answer dot com that's a M. nine seventy the answer dot com stop chasing customers let them chase you Salem surround offers full service digital solutions will help target the exact demographic you what are the exact area you want perfect for increasing awareness of big sale for rolling out a new product if you need more business you need Salem surround call now for a free digital marketing checkup call Greg Cooper Salem surround media strategist at two one two eight five seven nine six three five two one two eight five seven nine six three five Salem surround digital solutions real results two one two eight five seven nine six three five the answer in the really factor dot com studio.

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"christian school" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"christian school" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"The head of the Christian school said leading boys compete as girls it's cheating. Duh. It gives them an advantage over girls teams who only play female athletes, duh. Yes, it does. Last fall, by the way, this conference began allowing voice who identifies female the plan girls teams without any discussion or vote as required by league rules. They just did it. I love this. George Horne Ecole who is the director of grace Reverend Christian school. He's. He's not letting up. I love what he says calling it out. When guys identifying as transgender girls begin making up the roster of female teams girls who otherwise could have started are now coming off the bench and girls who were the reserves may not make the team's. That's fair. Now, the president of the of the F conference. Told local media that the league is committed to honoring every everyone's I tentatively. It's something that we in the last year spent a lot of time talking about how can we make sure we're doing that? We're doing this in a space that is changing and evolving as it is becoming more apparent to all of us educators and people who work in the schools. So. Good on them. Good on. Grace brethren Christian school in Prince George's county in Maryland. Good on them for upholding their principles upholding their morals their values their biblical teachings and leaving an athletic conference that allows boys to compete with girls. And if you're going to do that, then just do it. Get rid of the hole, boys teams girls teams. Just get rid of them. By the way, if you did that if you got rid of all boys and girls teams and just had boys and girls compete together to be on teams. I don't imagine. That most girls would like that kind of thing..

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"christian school" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"christian school" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

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"christian school" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"christian school" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"USA. Upper room Christian school in Long Island. Invite you to their thirty eighth annual open house on Saturday. February sixteenth at ten AM upper room. Christian school offers a k through twelfth grade education and works to create a loving spared. Controlled academic environment. Come to upper Christian schools open house on Saturday. February sixteenth at ten AM and toured the campus and meet their incredible teachers, fellow parents and alumni for more information. Visit you are CS dot org or call six three one to four to five three five nine extension. Two zero one. Is in the air and our good friend in new at Lord's diamonds wants you to make sure that you have the perfect gift for your special someone this Valentine's Day. That's why she's giving away a beautiful diamond pendant in rose. Gold worth one thousand dollars to a hopeful Kevin McCullough listener to enter the Lord's diamonds Valentine's giveaway for your chance to win this stunning diamond pendant in rose gold and for complete contest rules, go to AM five seventy the mission dot com. Let lords diamonds this Valentine's Day your best one yet. Hi, Kevin McCullough. We're we've hit that time of year when you feel rundown and the cold weather combined with the spreading of the flu and the cold and all that other stuff really has you feeling under where you'd like to be. And if you are having trouble kicking it it could be that. You just don't have the right vegetable and fruit nutrition in your system. That's why about four years ago. I started to try balance of nature, and I have not been the same sense. See I was experiencing the worst flu of my life. And I call doc. Howard. And I said doc, I've heard all about them. But I want to see how they work he prescribed me a large portion of them to go immediately and recharge my immune system. And since that time, I have been able to take.

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"christian school" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"christian school" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"The second lady of the United States has chosen to work at a school that openly discriminates against LGBT adults and children or this makes it sound. Like is that Karen pens is like heading on over to the local sharia law school, and there she is teaching about the evils of homosexuality. That's how happening she's an art teacher and she's teaching at a traditional Christian school. This Christian school is very bad though. It's called the Emmanuel Christian school it enrolls kindergarteners through eighth graders at its campus in Springfield Virginia. And if you want to go to the school, you know, voluntarily like, it's a Christian school that teaches Christian principles, and if you're a Christian who wants to voluntarily attend this Christian school, then you have to sign an agreement that you you're going to abide by Christian standards of conduct now as a religious person as a religious Jew. We have exactly the same thing in the Jewish community. I went to Jewish day school the Jewish day school. I went to it wasn't just that you had to abide, by particular standards of sexual morality, your your parents also had to keep Sabbath. You. To keep kosher right at any of these voluntary associations. You actually have to abide by the rules of the association, shockingly, voluntary associations. You actually have to abide by the rules of the association. So what is so terrible. Well in the articles of employment which requires applicants to sign their initials next to a list of believes, Emmanuel Christians of fines marriage and sexual identity. It says I understand that the marriage has only one meaning the uniting of one man and one woman, I don't mind blown this brand new stuff to folks in the media and also adds that certain moral misconduct would be disqualifying for both students and teachers such as heterosexual activity outside of marriage like premarital sex cohabitation extramarital, sex homosexual or lesbian sexual activity polygamy transgender identity any other violation of the unique roles of male and female, and so this is very bad. It's absurd. It's just terrible. Because how could the non elected vice president's wife go and teach a Christian school that preaches actual like long-lasting traditional? Christian values. It's just insane that you'd actually teacher to Christian school. Now, this is called Christian being Christian and doing Christian things in their Christian life. This is just how Christians operate in the daily world traditional Christians traditional Jews operating the daily world. It's out traditional Muslims operate in the daily world, right? If you're a religious person of any of the three Abraham faiths, and you are really traditional and your religious observance than all the things that I just listed. You also believe, but this is really bad, according to Kate Bennett. So she's a reporter. But she's never heard of religious person before she they White House reporter for CNN who has never heard of a Christian breaking news, Mike Pence, his wife who is a Christian is working at a Christian school that believes in Christian principles that people can voluntarily associate with. So here's the question who's really intolerant here who's the really discriminatory person here. Mike Pence's wife who is joining a private school that is privately funded and not publicly funded and engaging in voluntary association that has nothing to do with public. Or a CNN reporter saying that Mike Pence his wife is disgracing the country by doing this. No media biased, by the way, the objective. News journalism over at CNN. But this goes to a really difficult issue for a lot of folks on the left, and that is a lot of folks on the left actually believed that religion itself traditional religion itself. In the United States must be quashed in order for freedom to rain not just on a legal level, but on a cultural level as well. People must be shamed. For associating with traditional religious organizations. So the New York Times, which of course, was also shocked to learn about religious people. They quoted a woman named Elizabeth Chapman. Her a professor of politics and religion at Northwestern University. She said that the school's requirements appeared more extreme than other religious schools and noted that not all Christians would agree with them. Well, no bleep Sherlock. I mean, of course, not all Christians would agree with them at some Christians agree with them, namely, the Christians who are going to the school and who fund the school invaded go to the school, and as far as these requirements being more extreme than other religious schools..

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"christian school" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"christian school" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"Do your research next time. What about other kinds of bigotry because? We're just focusing on racism, but I don't only want to run train on racism. I wanna run train on all sorts of bigotry and the biggest one that's cropping up in. The news cycle is religious bigotry. This is for more prevalent, obviously Christians around the world are the most persecuted religious group on earth right now. And it's reached a record highs certainly in modern history that the left doesn't get this. The left doesn't get religious bigotry, whether it's Islamic militants abusing Christians in the Middle East or whether it's leftists in in a different way in a more legal way, or rather a legislative way or a regulative way trying to. Attack Christians in the United States, the left doesn't get this. Because the left doesn't take religion. Seriously. The left takes race very seriously the left takes race to seriously. They think that everything is about race so much. So that CNN analyst will accuse a black political commentator of having white privilege. That's how obsessed they are about race. They take race to seriously. They don't take religion seriously enough. So Karen, pens who is the wife of vice President Mike Pence. She was a schoolteacher. It was just announced she's going to take a job as a schoolteacher. She's going to teach at this Christian school and continue her career, and she got tired of hanging around the naval observatory, and so she's going to do this wonderful for her great opportunity for the students. Had it NBC news report it they said, quote, Karen Pence to teach at school that bans, LGBTQ employees and students. What what school does that? I let's look a little more closely here. The school which is a Christian school in reality. This is quoting from later on in the NBC article bars employees from engaging in or condoning homosexual or lesbian sexual activity and transgender identity. So it's not banning people who are attracted to members of the same sex. It's not banning people who identify or think that they are members of the opposite sex. It's just saying you can't engage in that sort of activity, which what that really means is that a Christian school expects its teachers to agree with Christian sexual teaching. Which is not just Christian sexual teaching, but it's Jewish sexual teaching. It's the in in the extremist world, it would be Muslim sexual teaching Christian sexual teaching is pretty loosey-goosey compared to other religions traditional moral teachings on sex the basis of a Christian education, which is what these kids are going to the school for is to teach the Christian view of the world and a lot of eighth easiest or secularist or whatever humanist modernist people. Now, they wanna say, oh, what do they want to learn that stupid Christian view of the world. What do you think people were walking around with dinosaurs? What does big dumb idiots the Christian view of the world as a basis for education is the only basis for education, just historically speaking. If you enjoy all of the advancements over the last twelve or thirteen hundred years in math or science or literature or history historian. Griffey or philosophy or anything like that? You can thank the Christian view of the world and the Christian basis of education education, as we know it would not exist anywhere in the world. If it were not invented by the Catholic church in the mid to late middle ages. It would not exist all of the universities all of the cathedral schools, all of our all of the metaphysical basis of education itself that we have in our modern world. It comes from Christianity. And it comes from specifically, the Catholic church. So. She wants to teach at this Christian school. That's fine. A Christian school wants its students and employees to agree to a Christian morality the left. Of course hates Christianity. So it's very upset about this. What if it were announced what if we had a president who's first lady was Muslim? And it was announced that this woman was going to teach Madressa a Muslim school. Do you think that Madressa would celebrate homosexual activity sexual activity? Do you think it would celebrate the transgender movement? Transgenderism is something tells me, it wouldn't and what would happen. Then NBC news would be thrilled. They would be all how brave how raven beautiful this firstly. She's teaching because she loves children, and she loves education, and she oh, she's at a Muslim school. This is so wonderful. But because it's a Christian school. They hate it. And this is why and B C news in the left..

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"christian school" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"christian school" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"This is a great way for parents to reduce the cost and still have their children receive a quality education, a five seventy the mission is also offering each school the opportunity to promote their school with a full radio advertising campaign. This is just our way to say, thank you to the parents and schools had already know the importance of a good education. For more information, go to AM, five seventy the mission dot com and click on the discount tuition banner. Here are just a few of the schools available eastern Christian elementary school, flushing Christian school gateway academy. Once again, go away and five seventy the mission dot com for a full listing of schools. The international Christian school in Brooklyn invites you to an open house on Wednesday January twenty third from six to eight PM international Christian school offers k through twelfth grade education with bible centered academics, come meet the teachers tour the beautiful campus. And even when a prize in a raffle gum to international Christian schools. Open house on Wednesday, January twenty third from six to eight PM. For more information. Visit international Christian school dot org or call seven one eight four three six eight nine two four international Christian school dot org. You took the first step and quit smoking, but even former smokers may still be at risk for lung cancer. That's why save by the scam dot org. Wants you to know about a new DOE CT scan that can detect lung cancer early. It takes only sixty seconds in could save your life. You took the first step now. Take the next. Visit save by the scandal. Org for simple queens to see. If you're eligible and talk to your doctor about screening safe by scandal. Org is brought to you by the American lung association's long force initiative and the Ad Council. For a free evaluation of your case. Call the law offices of Dan. But if you go into it's call one eight hundred now hurt one eight hundred now hurt breaking news as it happens. You're listening to Kevin McCullough radio..

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