“The Gospel must be the priority – what Christ has DONE. This means that:
- The Gospel is taught throughout the curriculum.
- The Gospel is believed, publicly professed, and lived out by the teachers.
- The Gospel is applied in the administration, and especially in the discipline, of the school.
- The Gospel is offered, indeed pressed upon the children at suitable times.
Whatever else our kids get from their education, they must get that the Gospel is the most important thing in all the world, far more important than good grades, good reports, or good morals.” (David Murray @ headhearthand.org)