Headmaster Blog

Biblical Worldview- Truth or Fiction

Posted on September 14, 2018
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Here is a recent blog entry from Del Tackett of Focus on the Family. We have been pouring into our teachers and staff the truth of a biblical worldview but the outside world  does not seem to have the same focus. This is one of the reasons that OCA is different.  I will be focusing on this topic for the next several weeks. BLOG ENTRY A recent nationwide survey completed by the Barna Research Group

Seeing the Beginning from the End!

Posted on August 27, 2018
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Many times in life people judge how they are doing from where they started to how they are doing today. The same can be said in education! OCA has had a vision for what students can be through hard work and following Christ in all they do. The vision starts at understanding that OCA employees are here first and foremost to unite a passion for Christ. The second part of our vision statement says that
I have been blogging about the essential role of parents as primary mentors in passing along our Christian faith and values to our children.  If what I share in the following does not grab your attention, I am not sure what will.  I have to pinch myself to realize this is actually happening in my lifetime! Let me begin with a keen observation stated by Dr. Charles Chaput, Catholic archbishop of Philadelphia: “The surest way
In my last two blogs, I have focused upon the essential role of parents in the spiritual mentoring of their children.  Indeed, more than even the church and school, parents have the greatest influence in the formation of their children’s core faith values. Without such mentoring and role modeling, our children will be without any compass to help guide them through a culture increasingly hostile to our faith. Unlike my own youth, where the consensus
In my blog two weeks ago, I focused on the fundamental theme that parents must be the primary spiritual mentors for their children, even if their kids are in a solid youth group and Christian school.  At the risk of stepping on some toes, I want to continue this theme by sharing the words of a youth pastor who relates his observations about the vital need for dads to be the leaders in this spiritual