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It is no wonder that more and more Christian parents are removing their children from our nations public schools and placing them into Christian schools, or home-schooling them. Is this the correct move for us as Christians? Should we run from the fight with evil influences and let worldly wisdom direct the education of Americas youth? The future of all young people is at stake. Our nations future is at stake! This is not the time to turn our backs or throw in the towel! This is the time to get Godly wisdom and attack the issues at hand. In The Stakes Are High, veteran teacher Dennis Ray examines what Godly wisdom means and how to get it, providing practical applications for use in the lives of students and adults alike.
Author’s note: Why this book? Why now? Why me?
Introduction: The Stakes ARE High
Part 1: God’s Wisdom is “the Principal Thing”
Chapter 1: Gaining God’s Wisdom
Chapter 2: Ears to Hear
Part 2: What Students Need from God’s Wisdom
Chapter 3: The Big “C” – Character
Chapter 4: The New “Three R’s” of Education
Chapter 5: Trains, Planes, and Automobiles – The “Three D’s”
Part 3: This is for Teachers (and not just those in the classrooms)
Chapter 6: Now It’s Our Turn
Part 4: One Nation....UNDER GOD....once again !
Chapter 7: The United States - a ‘Schizophrenic Personality’
Part 5: Conclusion: How Can I Make a Difference?
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Reader Reviews for "The Stakes Are High: God's Wisdom for Our Public Schools"
|Reviewed by Dennis Ray
|“In an age where chewing gum and talking are no longer the biggest problems in our classrooms, Ray emphasizes the solution which God has already presented to us. Consistently referencing the Bible--as well as more contemporary literary figures and teachers--The Stakes are High executes the importance of teaching our children, and ourselves, to use God's wisdom to guide us in educating our successive generations. It is a very thought provoking and informative book, written in smooth vernacular, as if you were listening to Mr. Ray speak to you as you read.”|