What do you find most compelling or distinct about Christian classical education?
I love that students are not made into little robots who know how to regurgitate answers. Instead, they get lots of practice thinking deeply and critically about the world around them; they can explain and effectively support a biblical worldview in the midst of a world and culture that seems to be growing in misunderstanding and hostility towards it.
What or who inspired you to work in education?
Even as a young child, I loved "playing school." I'm the oldest of three children, so I often made my younger brothers my students, whether they were eager to learn or not. Haha! There were certainly many influential teachers along the way who further inspired me as well.
If you have a "life verse" or a verse that is ministering to you right now, what might it be?
"Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, and faithful in prayer." - Romans 12:12