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Eagles in the Press

Mount Paran Class of 2024 Parade, Commencement, and Achievements

Published by MDJ Online

Developing Servant-Leaders Intrinsic to Mount Paran's Culture

Published by MDJ Online

MPCS Students Win 2023 Congressional App Challenge for Georgia’s 11th Congressional District

Published by MDJ Online

Mount Paran Christian School wins Kennesaw Black History Month Bowl

Published by 11Alive

MPCS Students Earn National Recognition From College Board

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Recent Blogs

"WingTips" is a Mount Paran Christian School blog featuring independent education contributors and biblical thought-leaders.
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As Christians we are taught to trust in God completely for the future. The Lord states in Jeremiah 29:11, “For I know the plans I have for you… plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” We hear this, we repeat it into memory, and we post it as a meme on our social media platforms, but when it comes to our children and their dreams do we really say “Your will, not mine (or theirs) Lord”? The truth is, it’s tough. Children have big dreams, and parents want them to check every possible box off their dream list that they can. 

From the Teacher’s Desk: What Makes Learning Diverse?

Education is a life-long journey. Trends in education come and go, but the goal remains the same: students must learn the skills they need to live a successful life. During the last several decades, we have realized that the learning process looks different for different people. There is no one-size-fits-all approach to learning, and human development is not linear, as skills can develop and be mastered at various times for different people. 

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For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother's womb. I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well.

–Psalm 139: 13-14

From the Principal's Desk: Desirable Difficulty

We live in a world full of material ease and instant gratification. Need a new butter dish? Amazon. Forgot to make dinner? DoorDash. Want an answer without having to actually talk to someone? Text. This present age can satisfy most of our day-to-day needs, wants, and desires on the spot.  However, learning is not that easy, instant, or streamlined. The road to achieving the mastery of writing a persuasive essay might wind, requiring years of drafts, feedback, and edits. 

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So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.

–Isaiah 41:10

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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. 


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