Christian Leadership in A Secular World (Part 1)

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                The most difficult task for Christian leaders is to balance the enormous pressures of their jobs while at the same time maintaining the character and witness required of those who profess the Christian faith.  Some authors and commentators would try and suggest that this is a new problem brought about by an increasingly material […]

It's time to be what we were!

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I was fortunate to hear Rep. Barry Loudermilk speak at the Bartow County GOP meeting this past Saturday and he made a point that really stuck with me.  He spent a lot of time focusing in on what has happened to the Republican Party over the past few years.  Barry recounted a story about some […]

Why we changed the Graduation Requirements

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We adopted the new Graduation requirements mandated by the state for next years 9th graders. The question then was do we run two different sets of requirements or make the standards apply to all high school students next year.  All core requirements are the same as they always have been. Most of the state is […]

Bartow BOE votes to Oppose HR 900 (The GREAT Plan)!

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On Monday we passed a resolution in opposition to HR 900. This is a bad piece of legislation for schools and for the State of Georgia. Encourage your state legislators to reform the state income tax system if they truly want to help the people of Georgia. Bartow BOE HR 900 Resolution Past HR 900 […]