The Pain of Change

One of the best sayings I have ever been told in my life and one I often repeat is "Change is hard to live with, but impossible to live without." Another great quote is by Ben Franklin who was quoted as saying, " this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes." Face it. Change happens. It's just life! In fact, I'm convinced, the sooner we accept most changes in our lives, the sooner we can move on to great successes. Undoubtedly, the year of 2020 will go down as one marked with tremendous change. Clearly, the coronavirus pandemic has cause an upheaval to society as we have known it. Even Lighthouse Christian Schools have not been immune to change. As our students,

The Emperor Has No Clothes

In the old testament book of Proverbs, there are a couple verses in chapter 27 that can easily be glossed over but that carry such great value when you stop and think about them. Check out verses 5 & 6, in the New Living Translation. They say, "It’s better to be corrected openly if it stems from hidden love. You can trust a friend who wounds you with his honesty, but your enemy’s pretended flattery comes from insincerity." Sometimes in our lives, the pain of being corrected can be overwhelming, especially if our experience of being corrected has involved its application without love. Naturally, we tend to resist correction and allow the memory of that pain to blind us and prevent us from see

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