One of the great misconceptions about Christian higher education is that Christian colleges are places where Christian young adults go to withdraw from “the world.” A closer look at some historical roots of Christian colleges prove otherwise.
Good leadership involves a lot more than ordering underlings around. One prominent businesswoman, Cheryl A. Bachelder, realizes this, and has built her career on being a different sort of leader, yielding a long list of accomplishments.
As Christians living in a secular age, there’s a temptation to use Christmas as a wedge to wage epic new battles to restore Christendom. But despite the flurry of hackneyed “War on Christmas” tropes, there is, alas, something rather amiss.