Published on
Thursday, May 12th, 2022

What does humility mean for studying the Bible? Can only the educated understand scripture? Vince and Roseanne respond to audience comments from Vince’s prior episodes with Anabaptist Perspectives. How can we grow in our understanding of Scripture? Do we need to have an answer for every question? 



Are schools a part of the Illuminati plan to make everyone a robot for their evil ideas? Is the education system designed to program our minds to the standards and values of the world?  Jaran and Marlin discuss positives and negatives of the education system as well as encourage us to remain aware of secular values and mindsets in the schools we attend. 

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Published on
Wednesday, October 17th, 2018

Should you go to college? If so, why? Is college necessary, or should we simply learn by doing? In today's episode, Kyle Stoltzfus reflects on his journey of higher education while offering insight into some of the cautions and benefits of pursuing a higher education.

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Published On
Wednesday, August 8th, 2018

Delmar Oberholtzer and Ryan Yoder

The United States Census Bureau recently released the data it collected on public schools for the 2016 year, including the amount of money spent. The data indicates that the public school systems are spending an average of $11,762 per student in their care.1 Private schools generally operate on a smaller budget, but their per pupil expenditures still run into the thousands of dollars. These types of numbers naturally lead to some common questions. How do we justify such expenses? Are our schools worth the significant amount of money we spend on them? What good is a school, really? The most common answers to these questions often focus on the good a school provides for an individual student. A school teaches students how to work with people, build social skills, and helps them make friends. A school teaches skills that make students valuable workers, ensuring that each individual will be able to find a job or career. In Christian schools, a school also teaches a student about the truths of the Christian faith and encourages them to make that faith an integral part of their lives and worldview. These are all good answers, but they don’t complete the picture of a school’s value. A Christian school also provides benefits to its community, a value though often overlooked and hard to quantify, is real nonetheless.

Published on
Friday, June 22nd, 2018

In this final episode from the Hartwell Men's Seminar, Pete Whitt reflects on his experiences in public school and the incredible blessing it is to have our own Christian schools. From teaching evolution to fighting & death threats, Pete reminds us what we have been spared from. In spite of the investment and commitment needed to operate a Christian school, Pete assures us that the benefits far outweigh the sacrifices.

Published on
Wednesday, June 20th, 2018

Drawing from nearly thirty years of experience in education, Pete Whitt shares his passion for teaching and equipping the next generation. While teachers have a great responsibility to instill knowledge, Pete hightlights the fact that parents are the ones who need to create and foster a desire to learn. May you be challenged and blessed as you listen to this episode.

Published on
Friday, June 15th, 2018

Pete Whitt has spent most of his life involved in education and helping those with learning challenges. Dyslexic himself, Pete and his wife have a deep interest in helping others to recognize and value differences in how people learn. He highlights the fact that God created variety, and there is great strength in embracing these differences and leveraging them for the Kingdom of God.

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Wednesday, May 16th, 2018

In today's episode, Kyle Stoltzfus explores the topic of higher education in Anabaptist circles. Should Anabaptists go to college? How might a college education equip Christians to serve in Kingdom building? Drawing from years of learning at multiple colleges, Kyle gives excellent insight and perspective to higher learning and how it can be an asset to God's Kingdom and the world at large.

Published on
Wednesday, March 14th, 2018

Why do Mennonites go to Bible School? What has helped our conservative Bible Schools to stay true to their original vision? Listen as Cliff Schrock from Sharon Mennonite Bible Institute explores the history of Bible Schools and expounds on how they have been an asset to our Anabaptist circles.

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