In the Media
To say that we use every talent that God has given us entails much more than natural athletic ability when we are looking at what makes a successful athlete and a successful team. Using our talents involves our physical ability, our intellect, our morality, and our social structure as a team. It also entails more than natural athletic aptitude when we look at what makes a coachable athlete.
One of the most important, but most difficult things that Christians are tasked with biblically is to give living witness to the love of Christ. And in turn with that same display of the love of Christ, to defend the faith that is held so precious.
Even with faith, the topic of mental health is an issue of concern in the hearts and minds of parents everywhere, especially for those of middle and high school students.
As we approach the miracle of Christmas, researcher and MPCS High School Science Teacher Dr. Bonnie Stephens reconciles how science provides evidence of our divine creator in WingTips.
MPCS Interim Head of School Dr. David Tilley shares in WingTips how God has proven time and again that he is faithful and will "move mountains" at MPCS.
In today's culture, bullying is pervasive, but we, as Christians, can lead the charge on shaping a more compassionate and loving society. Learn 5 tips to help prevent and stop bullying in WingTips.
The MPCS House system is the key to building community in the MPCS middle school. Check out WingTips to learn more about how each House becomes a "home" for middle schoolers.
As the school bell rings and halls once again fill with the excited voices of students, WingTips offers 10 tips for parents to help their children make the most of this school year.