Edward Noot, executive director of SCSBC, explains how our place in a pluralistic society will be strengthened if we adhere to our core purpose while finding ways for our schools to become increasingly engaged with our neighbours and society.
In this week’s blog post, Jeremy Tinsley, superintendent at Vancouver Christian School in British Columbia, shares his school community’s struggle to understand the loss and trauma of their Indigenous community members.
Jeremy TinsleyJanuary 11, 2022
Jon Eckert, Copple Professor for Christians in School Leadership at Baylor University, shares three ways to catalyze collective leadership to build thriving school communities in this week’s blog post.
Jonathan EckertJanuary 4, 2022
In this week’s blog post, Author and Grow Kids Teacher Laura Barringer introduces how we can nurture habits of goodness in our school communities. Laura’s March 9 Converge session, “Tov: A Three-Lettered Word That Shapes School Culture,” will explore this question: How do we create school cultures that resist abuse and toxicity?
Laura BarringerDecember 21, 2021
In this week’s blog post, HeartSmart Founder Dave Hill writes about how we can cultivate faith in our students. Dave’s March 10 Converge session will focus on preparing students for a rapidly changing world and how they can embrace change while developing character.
Dave HillDecember 7, 2021
How can we as Christians create a stronger sense of community identity centered in obedience to Christ, that we can allow our borders to be permeable? Don’t miss Surrey Christian School Superintendent Dave Loewen’s session, “Exclusion and Embrace in the Christian School” on March 9 at Converge.
Dave LoewenNovember 30, 2021
With many of us returning to in-person conferences this year, Cardus Senior Fellow Albert Cheng reflects on how we can attend conferences differently. Catch Albert’s session, “Making the Most of School Choice Policy in the United States,” on March 10 at Converge.
Albert ChengNovember 16, 2021
Can change become an enjoyable challenge and not a feared unknown? Author and Converge speaker Grant Lichtman believes so. He shares in his blog post how effective change starts with a community-wide recognition that change is both good and necessary, and then by establishing a clear, unambiguous “North Star” vision for the future.
Grant LichtmanNovember 9, 2021
Michael Gulker, president of The Colossian Forum, asks what if, instead of fearing conflict and the usual contempt for relational corrosion accompanying it, we embraced, harnessed, and redirected all the energy that comes with conflict as an opportunity to forge a fresh, gospel way forward and not around it?
Rev. Michael GulkerNovember 2, 2021