Navigating Your Child's Education: Grades 9-12

Elizabeth Fields

With a degree in Art Education and involvement in working in a classroom, church planting, and youth ministry, Elizabeth is currently working toward a master's degree in Christian studies from Dallas Theological Seminary. She and her husband have three school-aged children. As a mom of three, Elizabeth is passionate about modeling a faith her kids want to imitate.

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Ask for the Ancient Paths

By Elizabeth Fields on Oct 3, 2019 7:00 PM

Life. One minute we’re a teenager and the next minute we’re raising one. Don’t you remember being a carefree teen driving our social lives into action with the windows down and the radio up? Mom and dad helped with gas, provided our every meal and did our laundry. Some of us worked because we could, not because we had to. We worked out because we could, not because we had to (ugh). Then off to college where the great big world awaited, exposing us to different perspectives, new pedagogies, opportunities for endless mistakes, and possibly our faith sacrificed on the altar of compromise. Next, we navigated careers, marriage, sleepless nights with babies, toddlers, teens challenging our battered brains, all the while plowing full steam ahead on this journey called life. Extemporaneous challenges can await at each new turn, plowing us right off a cliff if we refuse to process life as it progresses. We’ve seen the wreckage countless times--often tempted to join debauchery’s debris--for none of us are immune.

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