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On August 2 and 3, 2016, around one hundred teachers and administrators representing eleven different Christian schools gathered on the FRCS campus to hear from Dr. David Smith, one of the world’s foremost thinkers in Christian education. Dr. Smith directs the Graduate Program in Education and the Kuyers Institute for Christian Teaching and Learning at…

Editor’s note: Stephanie DenBraber served as the Director of and a teacher in the Speak Easy! Spanish program at the elementary of FRCS for over 10 years. While she is no longer with the school, she and her passion for the Spanish-speaking community around the world left an indelible mark on our school. For the…

This year we were blessed to have Ryan Taylor, Director of Network Ministries, speak to our community about his work with the chronically homeless and mentally ill and about his perspective on our call as followers of Jesus to serve among the poor. After a time of worship and dedication of the day to God,…

For many people in the FRCS community, the Veritas et Caritas Institute (VCI) is known primarily for its annual Symposium. During this full-day event, students, parents, and people from surrounding churches and schools discuss what Christian thought and discipleship should look like in relation to important cultural issues of our day. This year, the VCI has…

​Our speaker for the 2014-2015 VCI symposium, Derek Melleby, has written two books, Make College Count: A Faithful Guide to Life and Learning and Learning for the Love of God: A Students’ Guide to Academic Faithfulness(co-authored with Donald Opitz). If you have a child about to head off to college (or even one who has done so recently)…

Beth Ratzlaff is a member of the FRCS Board of Directors and mother of three children who attended FRCS. She blogs regularly (see her blog here). Pope Francis has done something few religious leaders ever do. He has gained the interest and even the respect of the news media. He refuses the perks of being…

​In preparation for this year’s VCI symposium, I read both of Andy Crouch’s books, Culture Making: Recovering Our Creative Calling and Playing God: Redeeming the Gift of Power. I recommend both of them very highly. In them, Crouch masterfully explains the calling that we have to participate with God in making things out of our world that reflect…

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Posted on: May 15 2014 – 10:59am posted by: ktaylor What follows is an archive of the 2014 VCI Symposium: The Christian Call to Culture Making. You can jump to specific sections: Student Symposium, An Evening with Andy Crouch, and Reflections on An Evening with Andy Crouch Student Symposium On January 24, 2014, Front Range Christian School held its second…

At FRCS, we desire that students and people in the wider community know our school as a place where people are not afraid to ask and wrestle with tough questions about what it means to follow Jesus. To that end, we sponsored our first Veritas et Caritas Institute event in the spring of 2013 —…

Immigrants in the U.S.

So what’s the problem with the immigration system? Why is there so much current debate surrounding the issue, and why do people on both sides of the issue agree something has to change? The Economist recently highlighted some of the key issues surrounding immigration in an article, “Own Goal: America’s immigration rules are the opposite of what…

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