Degrading the Grades

One common purpose in any educational system of all teachers, Christian and non-Christian, is to educate each person to his fullest capacity, helping him to develop to the fullest extent of his potential: the teacher always guiding stimulating, and challenging his potential. Notice, this purpose is to develop his, that is, each particular child’s potential. […]

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The Accidental Reverie

He came in and sat near the back.  He bowed his head in prayer.  Then, he stretched out his feet in front of him, yawned twice, popped a lemon drop in his mouth, yawned once again, rubbed his eyes, looked about him blearily – maybe to check and see if he had made it to […]

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Giving Our Last Mite

Sunday night I attended a hymn sing.  The collection plate was passed, and as I scurried through the contents of my purse, I came across a few forgotten coins.  When I hurriedly dumped these coins into the plate, they clinked against the other small coins nested in the plate.  After singing a few more numbers, […]

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