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3 Keys to Set and Achieve Goals and Keep Resolutions

January 13, 2021
Posted in: General News

Reading Time: 7 minutes   Do you make New Year’s Resolutions? Is January your annual goal-setting time? You are not alone! A study by found that 141.1 million adult Americans — or 55.31% of all American adults made resolutions for 2021. Additionally, reports that approximately 74.02% of the adult population say they want to learn something new, […]

The Principle Approach in Kindergarten

January 9, 2021

Reading Time: 3 minutes   This article was originally published on April 5, 2017. It has been updated for accuracy. Christian parents often focus on strong academic Kindergarten programs. While academics are good, a program that focuses on knowing Scripture and character development is key. Dayspring Christian Academy — a private Christian School in Lancaster County — uses a […]

Christmas STEM Learning Ideas

Reading Time: < 1 minute   Back by popular demand! Our Christmas STEM activities blog has become a yearly Dayspring tradition. Once again we have compiled a list of STEM resources for parents to keep their child learning over our Christmas break. Preschool, Pre-K, and Kindergarten Peppermint Paint Lollipop Cinnamon Dough Ornaments Christmas Cup Tower Challenge Sweet Manger Craft Indoor […]

The Spirit of Service – The Transforming Missionary Movement of the Pilgrims

November 11, 2020
Posted in: Podcasts

Reading Time: < 1 minute Did you know that you and I are the beneficiaries of the missionary movement of the Pilgrims? In this podcast, Dr. Paul Jehle discusses the history of Christian missions and how the Pilgrims modeled for us a new way of reaching others for Christ. Their method remains in use today and is a part of […]

Lessons from the Pilgrims: Pilgrim Economics

November 10, 2020

Reading Time: < 1 minute   Dr. Paul Jehle visited with Dayspring Christian Academy’s 12th grade Economics class and our 9th grade Rudiments of America’s Christian History class. During their class time together, Dr. Jehle walked our students through a Biblical perspective of economics, beginning in the Garden of Eden. In this teaching, Dr. Jehle shows students that the Pilgrims […]

Lessons from the Pilgrims: Making Friends

November 3, 2020
Posted in: Podcasts

Reading Time: < 1 minute   Our third and fourth grade classes enjoyed a morning session with Pilgrim reenactor and expert, Leo Martin, owner of the Jenney Museum and Jenney Interpretive Center. Leo spoke to our students on the topic of how the Pilgrims made friends. Additionally, Leo addresses the importance of the family, of living life with honesty, of […]