Protocol Matters: Burns Supper

In a delightful fusion of tradition, literature, and music, Winter Protocol for 9th-12th grade students was an event celebrating the Scottish poet Robert Burns, including an evening of camaraderie, cultural appreciation, and intellectual enrichment known as The Burns’ Supper. Held in honor of Burns’ birthday on January 25th, the event is suggested to take place…

Welcome Summer

  Greetings Covenant Lions! Summer is in full swing.  I hope you are delighting in these long warm da ys of sun, sand, friends, and fun.  Summer is one of my favorite seasons.  It is a time to relax, re-energize, and ponder. It is a time to slow down and focus on our loved ones…

The Battle Is Real

The Battle is Real. We have a fight on our hands right now. Can we say this?: “We are developing spiritual and cultural fighters through classical Christian education.” I am substituting the word “fighters” for “leaders” in our school mission statement.. We are realizing more and more that we need to raise our children to…

Faith in Troubled Times

“Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.” Philippians 4:6-7 Everybody is discouraged because this quarantine and our new schedules are…

Screen Focus

  Ok yes, I think most of us, including myself, can confess that we have used screen time as a babysitter on occasion.  The question is…what are we feeding our precious little gifts from God when we do? Are we growing them in the grace and admonition of the Lord, or letting them flounder around…