From a Principal’s Desk

Congratulations to the Midwest! If all goes according to schedule, the Midwest Christian Junior College will open its doors this September without a mortgage. Supporters of Christian education rejoice with the Midwest in this step forward. The junior college development in America has been very gradual. The junior high school movement has come to its own […]

Continue reading

Eleven O’Clock

Should we seek state aid for private, parent-controlled Christian schools? This issue was raised by Dr. Edwin H. Palmer (see “Ten o’clock” in the ApriL 1955, issue of this magazine). To his position that such schools have right to a share in such state, tax-raised funds Mr. Mark Fakkema, executive director of the National Association of Christian […]

Continue reading

Worldwide Meets Health Needs World Wide

In an increasingly dangerous world, health concerns are indeed world wide. Whether it is SARS, AIDS or other life threatening diseases that afflict many, much effort and money goes to assisting those stricken, whether the innocent victims or those who engage in unhealthy behaviors. In many areas of the world it is children who are […]

Continue reading