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- John 14:6

VOLUME 15  |  NUMBER 3  | MARCH 2005  |  ONLINE EDITION   |  (636) 936-8119

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What Makes a Good Christian School
By Dan Smithwick

   The Christian school movement in America is roughly 40 years old.  In the late 60’s and early 70’s many parents and churches began the process of starting Christian schools.  This was due largely to many changes in the public school system that caused red flags to alert parents.  Among the troubling changes in public schools (better called government schools) were removal of prayer in classrooms, removal of the Ten Commandments from hallways and classrooms, restriction of teacher’s displaying Christian objects (including a copy of the Bible) in their classroom, elimination of prayer before athletic events, a ban on Bible studies on school premises and even prevention of Christian students from sharing their faith with other students.  In a few cases, parents were able to get some of these liberties reinstated under the Equal Access laws but the overall trend was the successful elimination of any practice that referenced Christianity in a traditional sense.

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Missourians Need to Support These Bills!
Stopping Censorship & Encouraging Abstinence in Missouri Schools
By State Representative Cynthia Davis

HB 35 – Stopping Censorship
    Censorship is bad.  One of the reasons we have such a great country is because people are free to express ideas and find solutions to common problems.  Unfortunately, some people who have adopted the theory of evolution do not want our children exposed to any other ideas.  They want to win this controversy by default.        
     House bill 35 is designed to frame the controversy.  The bill is only three sentences long and reads like this:  All biology textbooks sold to the public schools of the State of Missouri shall have one or more chapters containing a critical analysis of origins. The chapters shall convey the distinction between data and testable theories of science and philosophical claims that are made in the name of science. Where topics are taught that may generate controversy, such as biological evolution, the curriculum should help students to understand the full range of scientific views that exist, why such topics may generate controversy, and how scientific discoveries can profoundly affect society.”

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PRC Spring Banquet Set for March 10th
By Keith Thorn

     At the Pregnancy Resource Centers of Greater St. Louis (PRC) we praise the Lord for the tremendous growth we saw in 2004! The number of first time clients increased by 92% and ultrasounds offered increased to approximately 500, showing an increase of 132%! PRC saw exceptional growth in all service areas last year.        While the number of clients served through PRC has increased dramatically, financial support has yet to catch up to the levels needed to continue these exceptional growth numbers. PRC relies on the support of churches and individual donors just like you to reach thousands of young mothers, fathers, and teens with truth and hope.
    You can help PRC extend its reach across the metro St. Louis region by: Bringing a friend to the PRC Annual Spring Banquet March 10th, committing to pray for the ministry of PRC, prayerfully considering a special financial gift to PRC, and prayerfully considering volunteer service with PRC.

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About the 2005-2006 Christian Education School Listing

Christian Cooperating School District to Hold Conference March 4th

Should Christians Bother to Take Action to Improve Public Schools?

Will Your Children Believe in Jesus When They Graduate From a Public School?

Education is Either For Christ or Against Him

Psycho Feds Target Children

Reaping the Whirlwind: The Dawn of "Monkey Morality"

Discipline A Child and They Shall...

Public Education: Turning Man From Truth

What is Best Choice™?

Dr. Henry Blackaby to Speak March 18th at Pray St. Louis Fund Raising Dinner

Smithsonian in Uproar Over Intelligent-Design Article

Is Your Church Teaching Pagan Earth Worship in Sunday School?

Backfired-A Nation Born for Religious Tolerance No Longer Tolerates Religion

Are Mormons Christians?
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