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Religious Freedom, Human Sexuality, Same-Sex Marriage and Christian Colleges: What is at Stake?

The recent US Supreme Court decision to legalize same-sex marriages is just one more example of what happens when the laws of the land conflict with the Christian conscience. When legal opinions on same-sex marriage and Christian colleges are at odds, there could be implications pertaining to religious freedom, Title IV, tax exemption or accreditation. While […]

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With a Canadian court marriage rulings, Christian higher education communities wonder whether this could Foreshadow Future Difficulties for Christian Colleges in Canada and the US.

The Supreme Court Marriage Ruling, Christian Higher Ed and a Canadian Experience

Since the June 2015 SCOTUS ruling to legalize same-sex marriage across the US, American Bible-believers have wondered what this means for their colleges, universities and seminaries. Has the Supreme Court determined that marriage morals held by Evangelical colleges, universities and seminaries are the unpardonable sin? Consider a Canadian court marriage ruling, Christian higher ed, and the […]

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Christian colleges wonder whether SCOTUS on gay marriage might cost them tax exempt status or Title IV revenue.

Privatizing the Funding of Christian Higher Education: A Response to the US Supreme Court on Gay Marriage

Hostility and threats aimed at Christian higher education are at an all-time high. Just ask Gordon College, George Fox, and Cal Baptist Universities. They have all recently fought battles over LGBT-related issues.  The recent decision of the Supreme Court on gay marriage is not the only warning that Christian higher education institutions should notice. The […]

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What technology trends should Christian colleges prepare to address?

5 Technological Trends Christian Colleges Can Use for Kingdom and Academic Advancement

As mariners scan the horizon for changes in weather patterns, so must Christian colleges watch for changes in technological trends.  Identifying technological trends that colleges could embrace can expand their reach and relevancy. Those trends that affect secular public universities eventually affect private Christian universities. It’s prudent to stay informed and consider how such trends […]

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Assessing the Spiritual Growth of Students: Why and How

Got Growth? Assessing the Spiritual Growth of Students – Why & How

The Need for Assessing the Spiritual Growth of Students On my journey to a PhD in Higher Education Administration, I became interested in the idea of assessing spiritual growth among Bible college students. Those involved in Biblical education propose that students will experience a positive impact on their spiritual growth at institutions with a Christian atmosphere […]

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Beware of tolerance police in universities!

The Left at Christian Universities: The intolerant lovers of “tolerance”

Christian universities who require faculty to hold certain faith beliefs violate academic freedom, according to the Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) — the Canadian version of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP), “Academic freedom is violated at universities in Canada that seek to ensure an ideologically or religiously homogeneous academic staff,” says the CAUT […]

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The role of a Chief Business Officer  involves more than numbers.

Character vs. Conscience: Understanding the Role of a Chief Business Officer and a President

College presidents represent the character and imagination of the schools they serve. They set the tone; they cast the vision. Chief Business Officers (CBOs) also have a distinct role. They represent the conscience of the school; their voice is essential. Without it, we have character without conscience, which will diminish the effectiveness of the president […]

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Policies, Policies and More Policies

Title IV Policies, Procedures and Disclosures Required of Participants

The purpose of this presentation is to remind institutions of the US, Department of Education’s (ED) requirements for implementing various Title IV policies, procedures, and disclosures to students. Each year a school must distribute to all enrolled students a notice of the availability of information in the following general categories:   General disclosures for enrolled […]

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