Research Category: Weekly Word

Weekly Word – Oct. 26, 2020

The current political season has been full of C’mon Man moments as well, but may I suggest that the Bible is also full of these moments where individuals make ridiculous and foolish decisions. So even in the Bible, sometimes we just have to scratch our heads and say C’mon Man!

Weekly Word – Oct. 19, 2020

Protecting parents’ rights in education also protects a self-governing society by safeguarding against an intrusive government school system that could eventually infringe on religious freedom.

Weekly Word – Oct. 12, 2020

Even though we have all said things we regret, the most important factor in what we say is not the trivial things, but the consideration of the impact of our words in light of eternity.

Weekly Word – Oct. 5, 2020

Social justice is a term we are hearing a lot about these days. As we listen to all of the voices who are speaking about what social justice means to them, we as believers must recognize that if Jesus is to be Lord of our life, it would have to include the concept of social justice as well.

Weekly Word – Sept. 28, 2020

When we speak with new families coming to our school, it is our desire to communicate to them the reasons that Florida Christian School is worth their time, their commitment, and their financial investment.

Weekly Word – Sept. 21, 2020

This past week President Trump, and leaders from Israel, United Arab Emirates, and Bahrain signed the “Peace to Prosperity” plan…

Weekly Word – Sept. 14, 2020

What are some reasons people give for not wanting to be a Christian? There is no doubt that at least one reason is because of the hypocrisy that people see in Christians and so-called religious people. In Matthew 6:1 Jesus said, “Be careful not to do your ‘acts of righteousness’ before men, to be seen […]

Weekly Word – Sept. 7, 2020

Several years ago, Marco Rubio, U.S. Senator from Florida, and a former FCS parent, gave a speech at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. In this speech he defined his perspective of the role of government in the United States. He said, “We have the opportunity, within our lifetimes, to actually craft a proper role for government […]

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