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Spiritual Formation in Christian Schools: Modern vs. Classical

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by: Timothy Dernlan
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Publication Date: October 29, 2017
Book Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Pages: 127
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781948186308
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Book Synopsis
It has been said that 70% of students raised in a Christian home leave the Christian faith for at least one year after high school graduation and that one of five will never return. What are Christian schools doing to prevent this from happening? This quantitative study looks for answers by comparing commitment to the Christian faith in students attending a modern Christian school and a classical Christian school. Christian school boards, administrators, teachers, and parents will benefit from this thought provoking study.
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Anonymous
Posted: October 29, 2017
Customer comment 5 star rating
Thought provoking!
Anonymous
Posted: October 29, 2017
Customer comment 5 star rating
The statistics and research in this book caused me to rethink the way I am raising my kids.
About The Author
Dr. Timothy Dernlan is a visionary leader and is passionate about advancing Christian community and culture through education. He taught theater, math, rhetoric, physical education, personal finance, communication, leadership, and systematic theology before turning his focus to school leadership.

Much of his early life was influenced by the sport of wrestling. He won All-American honors while at Purdue University, represented the United States as an athlete around the world, and competed in the 2000 and 2004 Olympic Trials. He coached at Purdue, Ohio State, Penn State, Lehigh, and Ashland and was named the NCAA Midwest Region Coach-of-the-Year in 2008.

Dernlan currently serves as Head of Schools at Reach Christian Schools where he leads four distinct PK-12 Christian schools partnering together to serve over 1000 students. Dernlan and his wife were married in 2000 and have four children.