Monthly Archives: November 2011

‘Then I remember: I am here for students’

On the first day of orientation this fall I met John, a student who had just flown in from Massachusetts. His parents couldn’t make it for orientation, so he had to go through the orientation process alone. He was thousands … Continue reading

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Freedom and Faith – Differing Perspectives

Since returning from China, I’ve had an opportunity to share publicly the conversations we had with Chinese parents, and the response has been generally positive. One question I am frequently asked is how Chinese parents made sense of their own … Continue reading

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Chinese parents appreciate role of faith in education

I have been asked numerous times whether Chinese parents have concern about the Christian nature of the George Fox campus. Why would Chinese parents, from a secular culture, send their children to a Christian school? I thought the best way … Continue reading

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Learning to Trust from the 108th Floor

I can remember sitting in church when I was a child and singing wonderful songs that talked about the need to trust Jesus. I am sure you remember many of them as well. Tis so sweet to trust in Jesus … Continue reading

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