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Living With a Kingdom Agenda

What do you most hope to accomplish today?

Whether listed or unspoken, we all start each day with an agenda. It may be as ambitious as completing a work project or it may be as simple as wanting to be left alone. Our agenda instructs our...

Head and Heart

This blog was written in 2017 by Caldwell Academy Academic Dean Leslie Liebmann during her tenure as a humanities instructor at the school.

Summer Camp Blessings

I just dropped off my youngest daughter at camp in the North Carolina mountains.  I have made that drive as a parent for seven years and as a camper, staffer, and alumna for more than 30. My daughter will be gone for the next two weeks, which...

God's at Work in Panama's Jungles

About a four-hour drive outside Panama City, in the middle of a dense jungle, lies a village, home to a native tribe in the Darién region. The village was the primary focus of the missions trip in which I served this past July. We traveled to...

My Journey Through Grammar School

Just a few years ago, I dreaded coming to school.

Fear is a weird thing because when you talk aloud about your fears, they rarely make sense. My fear was simply talking to people. To most people, this seems like a strange thing to fear, but there...

The Truth About You

Who are you?

This is one of the most fundamental questions each person must answer. Whether we put it into words or say it out loud, we are all striving to daily answer this question.

Take a moment to intentionally ponder this question. Who am I?...

My Years at Caldwell

My name is Gabby Black and I recently graduated from Caldwell Academy. I was a member of the varsity volleyball team, Executive Leadership Council, Beta Club and the editor of the 2021 yearbook. Next fall, I will attend the University of North...

Faith and Mental Health

I had my first bout of major depression when I was in college. Before that, I had a lifetime of roller-coaster ups and downs, sessions with a few shrinks, and a lot of hiding behind a fake smile. This was different. I unexpectedly lost someone...

A Parent's Summer Reading List

Summer is a great time for reading, for kids as well as parents! In addition to some recommendations below, consider reading some of your kids’ required reading for their upcoming school year, which could lead to a deeper discussion at the dinner...

Can Faith and Science Coexist?

Throughout my life, faith and science have always seemed to go hand in hand. Growing up in a small, west Texas town, all of my science teachers also taught Sunday school. My first exposure to science was in Vacation Bible School. The 5-year-old...