Christian communities have always had their disagreements. But these days, our differences are expressed with ever-increasing hostility and mistrust. Is there a better way to engage when we can't agree?
Alumni engagement can be defined as "activities that are valued by alumni, build enduring and mutually beneficial relationships, inspire loyalty and financial support, strengthen the institution's reputation, and involve alumni in meaningful activities to advance the institution's mission.
The biblical call to reconciliation is far greater and more demanding than any dictionary definition; the gospel call to reconciliation is a call to pay the debts on behalf of others. A radical and almost unfathomable expectation is at the heart of the story we claim as Christian schools!
Adopting informed practices can improve academic, behavioural, well-being, and life outcomes for trauma-impacted learners and their classmates. Students benefit from feeling safe, having positive relationships, and engaging in practical self-regulating activities. Is your school developing informed approaches to trauma?