Eagle Blog

What do you want?

Philip Slonaker, Dean of Students for Grades 7-12, presents a philosophy lesson inspired by conversations with students. He values the Classical Christian approach in teaching a more thoroughly Christian education, both in content and methodology.

Spiritual Formation

Joshua Harris, Bible Department Chair and 10th Grade Bible Teacher, and Cally James, 7th Grade Bible Teacher, share the integral role of Bible class and spiritual formation at MCS.

Maximize Hope

Bethany De La Cruz, a licensed professional counselor serving at MCS, reminds us of the hope we have in Christ amidst all that is going on around us. She also shares some practical ideas of how we can cultivate hope in our lives.

This is Love

Van Bolin, MCS faculty member, shares a message of love.
This is love: not that we loved God, but that he loved us and sent his Son as an atoning sacrifice for our sins. Dear friends, since God so loved us, we also ought to love one another.
1 John 4:10-11

Celebrate Diversity

Doug Buckley (MCS parent, former missionary to Tanzania and member of the MCS Diversity Committee) shares how celebrating our differences is a blessing of God’s creativity.

Is it Still Wise to Seek Him?

Ed Reck, a longtime educator and currently a leadership coach at MCS, shares with us the importance of seeking Christ just like the wise men did so many years ago.

The Purpose of Education

Mr. Egenreider (MCS Head of School) expounds on the purpose of education and how Madison Christian School strives to fulfill its purpose, mission, and vision based on these foundational concepts.

Change of Plans

Kyah C. (Student from the Class of 2022) discusses how a dramatic change in schedule led her to clearly see Christ's plans for her life.

Peace Beyond Understanding

Jenna H. (Student from the Class of 2023) reminds us that peace can be found in the midst of chaos by seeking refuge in the Father's arms.

Newton's Third Law of Motion

Mrs. Anne Gavorcik (5th & 6th Grade Teacher) explains how physical science displays God's character and how patience is indeed a virtue.
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