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Why We Wrestle

2014-04-03T17:09:26+00:00

"War must be, while we defend our lives against a destroyer who would devour all; but I do not love the bright sword for its sharpness, nor the arrow for its swiftness, nor the warrior

Why We Wrestle2014-04-03T17:09:26+00:00

Instilling Biblical Truths In Our Sons

2014-01-29T22:52:45+00:00

In our day we see men who in all reality are far from being actual men. We see instead an image of a childish nature, not the biblical idea of a man. These 20-30 year

Instilling Biblical Truths In Our Sons2014-01-29T22:52:45+00:00

13 Greatest Moments of 2013!

2014-01-07T18:08:34+00:00

Dear Friends and Family, we want to share with you the highlights, most memorable and greatest moments of  2013 here at Runnymede school.   We know that it is by the grace and sovereignty of

13 Greatest Moments of 2013!2014-01-07T18:08:34+00:00

Biblical Counseling for Young Boys

2013-07-22T19:33:21+00:00

  I will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go; I will counsel you with my eye upon you (Psalm 32:8)   Those of us who have been through adolescence and,

Biblical Counseling for Young Boys2013-07-22T19:33:21+00:00

Mentors in a Boy’s Life

2013-07-22T19:29:54+00:00

Deuteronomy chapter six makes clear that the father is to be the lead educator of his children. Unfortunately, in America today we are experiencing a fatherhood drought more damaging and far-reaching than any lack of

Mentors in a Boy’s Life2013-07-22T19:29:54+00:00

Idle Hands are the Devil’s Workshop

2013-07-22T19:28:55+00:00

The proverb “Idle hands are the devil’s workshop” is not actually Biblical, although many believe it is. However, the thought behind the proverb is as old as time itself. While many of us probably heard

Idle Hands are the Devil’s Workshop2013-07-22T19:28:55+00:00

Do I Need to Send My Son to a Boarding School?

2013-07-22T19:27:12+00:00

Signs of Trouble No parent wants to admit their child is “at risk” because it is often interpreted as a failure on their part. However, there are many children, especially boys, who suffer from a

Do I Need to Send My Son to a Boarding School?2013-07-22T19:27:12+00:00