It is hard to believe that we have already begun the last full month of the school year and are sharing our next to last edition of "What we're reading..." for the 2018-2019 school year!
As we do throughout the year, our feature includes a wide variety of articles and sermons that we have found to be interesting. This month, we explore education, a look at summer screen time for kids, vocation, black holes, history and duty. We conclude with sharing Pastor Esget’s sermon from Easter 2019.
Have you read (or written!) anything recently that you think we and other ILS families may enjoy? We always welcome you to share any articles or blogs with use to consider including in future blog features.
Two Kinds of Education - Steven Jonathan Rummelsburg, The Imaginative Conservative
Today’s Schools Should Emulate The Education That Produced Abraham Lincoln - Stephen Shipp, The Federalist
Why You Should Plan a Low-Screen Summer for Your Kids - Joy Pullman, The Federalist
Vocation: How God Provides for Us - Interest Time
Seeing a Black Hole - Gene Veith, Patheos
History and Historians - Zachary Palmer The Imaginative Conservative
The Wise Woman: Beauty of Duty - Lindsey Brigham Knott, CIRCE
Sermon: The Resurrection of Our Lord 2019 - Pastor Christopher Esget, Esgetolgy