Radically Generous in Our Hoarding Age

Radically Generous in Our Hoarding Age

Christian donors—especially wealthy Christians—are often reticent to talk about their generosity. This is well and good. Jesus commands cheerful yet (mostly) secret giving (Matt. 6:1–4), and wealthy Christians often deal with a never-ending barrage of invitations to...

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Start Something New

Start Something New

Is God calling you to start a school? If Christ-centered, classical education is best for some—then it is best for all. .embed-container { position: relative; padding-bottom: 56.25%; height: 0; overflow: hidden; max-width: 100%; } .embed-container iframe,...

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Identifying & Caring for All-In Teachers

Identifying & Caring for All-In Teachers

By Russ Gregg with Leslie Smith, Lower School Principal, and Nathan Ziegler, Upper School Principal The role of the teacher is central to any school, and the demands of the job bring both joy and exhaustion. In a God-centered school for children of the city, here are...

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God’s Leadership Profile

God’s Leadership Profile

If I were to ask you what is the biggest obstacle to the advance of the kingdom in any city or any neighborhood, most of us would be tempted to look outward. We’d say, well the decay of the culture is a huge obstacle, or the way school funding is set up is an enormous...

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How a Sermon Helped Launch A School

A little known fact is that it was an aside in a sermon by Dr. John Piper preached on Sept. 12, 1999 that helped launch Hope Academy (this sermon to...

Classical Education: A Liberating Education for Real Life

“You will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” —Jesus The unintended consequences of an action are often the most tragic. In April of...

This is Why we Exist

Russ Gregg is the co-founder and Head of School of Hope Academy and a thought leader in Christian education. Subscribe to our monthly updates and blog posts, and we'll send you a free ebook from Russ Gregg: “The Mark of God and Our Education Crisis.”