Month: November 2020

Thanksgiving: A Call to Praise

Reading Time: 3 minutes Psalm 95 is an invitation to be thankful to God. Thinking through it on Thanksgiving day, I am made aware that thanksgiving really is praise. When you are thankful for something you are acknowledging someone else’s deeds or […]

The Biblical Purpose of Education

Reading Time: 7 minutes Although the Bible does not explicitly lay out God’s perfect vision for education in extensive detail, the concepts are made clear. Education is certainly something that is to be valued by society as it is […]

1995 Turns 25: The Renaissance of Contemporary Christian Music

Reading Time: 7 minutes I enjoy Christian music (a bold thing to say for a Christian, I know).  Like many of us, however, I don’t like things because of their labels but because of their intrinsic merit (and/or potentially […]

So, the Election is Over. Now Whom Do We Owe Taxes to Again?

Reading Time: 5 minutes How Christians Should Respond to the Election Results To put it mildly, most people would like to close the 2020 history books. It is my personal goal to release my vendetta on 2020 by unleashing […]

Administrator Interview – Dr. Lisa Beatty

Reading Time: 4 minutes Emmaus Experience Staff: How long have you worked at Emmaus and in what capacities? Dr. Lisa Beatty: This is year 29 for me (and I’m in my 5th office on campus!). I started as the […]

Wittenberg Reminiscences

Reading Time: 6 minutes During my tenure as a teacher in Virginia, I had the privilege of chaperoning our school’s senior trip Europe. The trip was based on Dr. Schaeffer’s How Should We Then Live?, a staple many of […]