higher-education

What is Church Planting (and how you can earn a degree for it)

Have you ever heard the term "Church Planting?"

Despite the sound of it, it doesn't mean planting pretty flowers in the spring around the church. Although, that would be a really nice thing to do!

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College Visits: The Questions You Need to be Asking

 by Emily Elizabeth Smith, Great Lakes student

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Small College Classes: Making the Most of Your College Experience

by Emily Elizabeth Smith, Great Lakes student

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What Every Home Schooled Student Needs to Know about Getting into College

Many home schooled students have advantages when it comes to applying for college. Gone are the days when home schooling was a rare and uncertain thing. These days many colleges have ensured that[...]

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Accreditation and Why It Matters

by Emily Elizabeth Smith, Great Lakes student

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Incoming Freshman: Asking the Big Questions

by Emily Elizabeth Smith, Great Lakes student

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Every Community Needs Early Childhood Education Majors

Early Childhood Education is important.  Not just for the lives of children, but for their communities as well. According to an article by Jennifer McCaffrey of Eaton RESA:

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Student-to-Faculty Ratio: Why is it important?

As you explore colleges and options, there are many things to consider. Location, price, degrees, programs, and amenities are just a few. There will naturally be things that are important to you[...]

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Preparing for College: Things to talk with your teen about

Do you have a high school student who is preparing for college? It probably seems like just yesterday when your child started kindergarten and now they are about to leave home. In the six months[...]

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How do you build a foundation of faith that has both content and context?

by Larry L. Carter B.S., M.C.M., and President of Great Lakes

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