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Navigating Christianly the Age of Disruption

Associated Christian Schools ACS – Navigating Christianly the Age of Disruption The President and Vice-Chancellor of Monash University, Professor Margaret Gardner AO, in an address to the Melbourne Press Club on 8 June 2016 made this point: In 2011 Clayton Christensen and Henry Eyring opined: “A disruptive technology, online learning, is at work in higher…
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ACS Leaders Retreat 2019

The Associated Christian Schools Leaders Retreat was held from the 23-26 July 2019 and focused on the central theme, ‘Faithful Christian Teaching and Learning for a Data Driven World’. The aim of the ACS Leadership Retreat is for educators, thinkers and colleagues to come together and discuss the vision of the organisation and to promote…
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Stronger Together

Associated Christian Schools (ACS)  – Stronger Together Proverbs 6:6-11 6 Go to the ant, you sluggard! Consider her ways and be wise, 7 Which, having no captain, overseer or ruler, 8 Provides her supplies in the summer and gathers her food in the harvest. 9 How long will you slumber, O sluggard?  When will you rise from your sleep? 10 A little sleep, a…
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A Quiet Revolution

Popular revolutionary movements are front page news from time to time around the world.  Yet some popular movements are of a different quality. ACS strives to research and promote Christian education for the common good. In the last fifty years in Australia, from suburban metropolitan campuses, to regional, remote and largely indigenous towns, Christian schooling…
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Billy Graham’s Final Crusade

It had nearly every essential fixture of a Billy Graham Crusade—a diverse crowd of thousands; a grand choir of voices; and most importantly, a clear presentation of the Gospel. There was just one piece missing: Billy Graham. His beautifully simple wooden casket lay at the front of the great white tent, but the evangelist wasn’t…