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Dear Liberty Christian School Family and Friends:

As this school year begins to draw to a close, we reflect back on the year with praise and gratitude. We are excited about the accomplishments of our students and the continued effort they put forth both at school and in their community.  

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2016 Fall Cross Country Team

Liberty Christian Fall 2016 Cross Country Team in... more

Tri-City Dust Devils School

The Tri-City Dust Devils are once again hosting Sc... more

Band Concert

The concert is scheduled for Thursday, June 2 in t... more

Exchange Student Opportunity for 2016-2017 School

Share Your America with Mitsuki, and Japanese exc... more

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Upcoming

MAY 26

MS Student Showcase

This event will be the culmination of months of discove ... details

MAY 27

Coffee with the Superintendent

Join Mr. Cochran for Coffee on Fridays at Resilient Cof ... details

MAY 27

K4 Field Day

This is a parent/child event. Children love to have adu ... details

MAY 27

2016 Fall Cross Country Info

Boys and girls who are going into 7th through 12th grad ... details

MAY 27

Moms in Prayer

Attention Moms! Do you worry about your children? Come ... details

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LibertyBlog

Blaming the Sin, Not the Social Network

I came across the following post by Bethany Keeley- Jonker, an Assistant Professor of Communication Arts at Trinity Christian College in Palos Heights, Ill. It raises some points that are valuable to pause and consider in these times when the world around us appears to be going faster and faster. It touches on the blessing and curse of social media. It raises the question of true relationships that God designed us for and sin has distorted. We would be wise to ponder our use of social media, which, as she says "can impact our habits and have the potential to lull us into familiar patterns that can be healthy or unhrealthy." Social media is here to stay. And we would be wise to engage in these types of discussions with our children to guide th... continue reading

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