Dayspring Releases New E-book!2 min read

by Jillian Diffenderfer
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Recently, our team met to discuss America’s system of education and the questions that Christian parents are asking as a result. Naturally, many Christian parents desire their children to be “taught the way they should go,” but in the climate of our culture today, the options available may not necessarily achieve the results many Christian parents desire.

As a team, we brought together our experience, and as parents, we brought our questions. What are Christian parents looking for when it comes to educating their children? What options are available? Do Christian schools really assist with the fulfillment of the Lord’s “train up a child” command? Are Christian schools, at the core, all the same? How does Christian school differ from public schools? Are public schools really that bad? Will Christian school give my child a biblical worldview?

All of these questions, and many more, we sought to answer. In answering these questions for ourselves, we discovered that many Christian parents are seeking a specific type of education — an intentional education.

What is intentional education? Webster’s defines intentional as

INTEN’TIONAL, adjective Intended; designed; done with design or purpose.

Wow. Christian parents are seeking an education that is purposeful, designed — an education with a specific goal.

Every spring, Dayspring Christian Academy surveys its parents. We ask specifically why they remain at Dayspring year after year. The resounding answer is biblical worldview development. In our research, we discovered that biblical worldview development is not an intentional part of every Christian school. In fact, we discovered the opposite — that many Christian schools and even homeschooled students test not far above public schools in this area. Truthfully, there are very few Christian schools that intentionally focus on biblical worldview development.

This discovery led us to another question: how does a Christian parent find a school that does focus on biblical worldview development?

We’ve compiled our research into an e-book designed to help answer some key questions Christian parents may be asking. As parents ourselves, we know how hard it is to sift through all of the options, facts, and opinions that Christian parents are often inundated with.

So, we invite you to download our e-book in hopes that it may equip, assist, and answer questions you may have regarding educating your child. We hope you enjoy this compilation and find it to be a truly invaluable resource as you navigate the waters of education for your children. We invite you to contact us with any questions you may have.


May God bless you as you seek Him.

Karol Hasting
Admissions Director
Dayspring Christian Academy