Thursday, June 7

King's Meadow College Survey

Here at the King’s Meadow Study Center we are working through the sundry preliminary processes (note the task's laborious and plural dimensions) of establishing a Christian classical college program here in Franklin. It is our intention to lay enduring foundations for a college that would serve as a missional extension of Christ’s church to cultivate knowledgeable, wise, and faithful servants of God. Very simply then, our mission would be to provide the very best of a Liberal Arts education under the Lordship of Christ according to the Holy Scriptures.

One of the necessary legal requirements we must fulfil in order to be authorized by the state of Tennessee to launch such an academic program is to demonstrate both need and support. To that end, we’ve developed a short on-line survey to ascertain the potential interest of our constituency (that'd be you) and the wider community (that'd be the folks you know). Please take a minute to complete the Classical Christian College Survey and please pass it along to any other folks who you think might be interested.

8 comments:

Matthew Stout said...

Like Bannockburn?

George said...

Matt: Our hope is to revive some of the best aspects of Bannockburn--but to add to that kind of a discipling experience all the other aspects of a solid Christian and Classical college program.

Lawrence Underwood said...

Excellent! We look forward to seeing this progress.

Al said...

Done. Linking to our blog as well. That should get you two or three other respondents as well :-)

al sends

W. Calvin L. said...

I am thrilled to hear of this endeavor. May God grant success.

SoliDeoGirl said...

Where do I sign up?! At last, the prayer and desire of my heart is appearing! Bless you, George, Greg and all the rest, including Matt, who gets kudos for bringing in the Krispy Kreme donuts!

Inkling said...

May your efforts bear fruit again! I'm excited to hear of this news, and know that your previous efforts with Bannockburn are still bearing fruit. If I didn't live on the west coast of Canada, it would be very tempting to stop everything and apply.

Austin Bob said...

I knew you were a startaholic, but I had thought you were recovering. One step forward and two back? You'll never get to 12 this way!