For nothing will be impossible with God.
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Dr. Schultz, one of our featured speakers for this year's IICSE, will be presenting his course, "Building Kingdom Schools." A seasoned educator, his sessions are geared toward experienced administra…0 Comments 0 Likes
Taught by Dr. Phyllis Kilbourn, author and founder of Crisis Care Training International, this course presents foundational issues and principles that provide an understanding of children's traumatic…
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ACSI NEXUS is the new model of professional development for Christian educators. It’s designed as a continuous process that provides high-quality training through an annual live event along with virt…0 Comments 0 Likes
Welcome to the Lowrie Center for Christian School Education at Columbia International University, home of innovating Christ-centered education worldwide. This network is your place to develop community, network with other educators and share your experience with the group. Whether you're a parent, educator or administrator, use these helpful tips to maximize your time on the Lowrie Center network.
The secular/sacred divide is the idea that our lives as people are divided into two parts: secular and sacred. The secular part consists of academics, so-called “neutral” facts and information, school, work, and education, whereas the sacred part consists of the view that religion is privatized, taught by the church, and lived out in the privacy of one's home, not actively interacting with the public, secular sphere. This concept of the secular/sacred divide has impacted both the worldview…Continue
Christian school administration
Roy W. Lowrie, Jr.
Christian School Teacher (1960)
There are many people, Christians as well as unbelievers, to whom the local Christian school is an unexplained effort. It is not a quick or easy job to interpret our schools to the Christian and local public. We should try to develop and…Continue
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Christian school administration
by Roy W. Lowrie, Jr.
The Christian Teacher (1960)
EVALUATION TIME IS HERE
The school year is at its close. Each of us is anticipating relief from the pressures of his responsibilities. Although we are busy and tired, there is one very important thing which we must not skip before leaving school for the summer. We must evaluate our…Continue
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INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF CHRISTIAN SCHOOL EDUCATORS, Winona Lake, Indiana, 1971. This was the first year of the Institute, the beginning of a rich tradition that continues today. Many of the founders of the Christian school movement are pictured here.
In the front row (left to right) are:
Bill Male, Dr. Brubaker, Tony Fortosis, Jim Weaver, Paul Kienel, Lou Koloze, John Blanchard, Roy Lowrie, Lucille Johnston, Gene Garrick (special thanks to Carl Key for identifying these folks).
FIVE YEARS LATER: (Thanks to Janet Nason and Carl Key for identifying these IICSE leaders.)
1st row left to right:
Lou Koloze, Unknown, Bill Male, Gene Garrick, Unknown, Bob Miller, Tony Fortosis, Art Nazigan, Ron Blue