Author: Michael Gong, MTR Grad A few years ago, my church, which lives and meets in Mitchell Heights, was studying the Gospel account of Matthew. We made a simple, but foundational observation: the overwhelming majority of transformational interactions that Jesus had with people began with him...

  You don’t need me to remind you how injustice relentlessly attacks our schools, administrators, parents, and students. Our world desperately needs Jesus. We pray and ask Jesus to fix the brokenness, but that healing begins in our hearts. As I pour myself out for the...

Holiday season entails multiple well-meaning, sincere people asking me the impossibly broad question “how is school?” This question is ripe with possibility; one word does not suffice nor often does an entire conversation. When asked this question by people I love, I simply want to...