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"'Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one. You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your might. And these words that I command you today shall be on your heart. You shall teach them diligently to your children, and shall talk of them when you sit in your house, and when you walk by the way, and when you lie down, and when you rise. You shall bind them as a sign on your hand, and they shall be as frontlets between your eyes. You shall write them on the doorposts of your house and on your gates.'"  ~ Deuteronomy 6:4-9



Partnering with parents...this is a phrase we use a lot around here AND we mean it. God gives parents the responsibility for the education and discipleship of their children. 


In opposition to this, right now, in our culture, there are those who are making the claim that parents should not even have a say in what the schools are teaching. The message in these schools is that educators and legislators know what is best for the children and parents need to recognize this. 


A biblical worldview understands a deep link between parents and children and makes clear that parents are the ones ultimately responsible for their children. Led by God’s word, we are to be the stewards of our children’s lives. 

The schools exist to serve parents not the other way around. 


In the words of Deuteronomy 6, mothers and fathers are called to love God with everything we are and impress this upon our children, teaching them to do the same. In fact, one could argue that this is our primary responsibility as parents; not safety, not happiness, not success for our children, but shaping their loves such that they love God and love their neighbor. 


But how do we do that? How do we pass on the faith to our children? How do we raise them to love God and love others? 


Join us in this conversation…

Season 2

In season one, we began to engage on the topic of parenting through occasional videos and a couple of live sessions. We are excited to share our new podcast format for season two!

Season 2 Episode 10

A Conversation with Graduating Seniors

In this final episode of this year, listen in as Mr. Maestri our Headmaster probes the questions of faith and parenting with three graduating seniors. You’re not going to want to miss this one!

Season 2 Episode 7

Surrendering our Children to God's Plans

Join our Headmaster as he engages with Joe Huot, alumni parent and current board member as they talk about the essential reality of parent partnership at our schools. 

Season 2 Episode 4

Classical Christian Education

Join our Headmaster and two of our Board Members as they discuss classical Christian education (CCE), the CCE movement, and the book, "Battle for the American Mind."

Season 2 Episode 1

New Grammar School Principal

Join us for our first episode of season 2 of Kingdom Vision Parenting as we hear from Mr. Lance Duffield, our new Grammar School Principal.

Season 2 Episode 9

An Encouraging Report

Listen in as our Headmaster, Mr. Maestri digs deeper into our school’s most recent accreditation report with longtime friend and colleague Mr. David Cooper, Head of School for Front Range Christian School in Littleton, Colorado who was the chair of the visiting team from ACSI. Enjoy as they explore the highlights, encouragements, and challenges for Trinity in the next season ahead. 

Season 2 Episode 6

Vision & Passion of Evangelism

Join our Headmaster and his uncle and aunt, Bill and Beth Vogel, as they discuss how parents and grandparents can engage and help their children catch the vision and passion of evangelism. 

Season 2 Episode 3

Identity in Christ

Join our Headmaster and he and his wife discuss the importance of our children having a good and true understanding of their identity in Christ, and that understanding can help in discipline and discipleship.

Season 2 Episode 8

Role of Sports in the Lives of Our Children

Join our Headmaster and our Athletic Director, Bud Swanson, and Upper School Teacher and Head Volleyball Coach Chad Shelabarger in the studio. They discuss the role of sports in the lives of our children, and how we can integrate our faith into our athletic program as a classical Christian school.

Season 2 Episode 5

Discipline & Discipleship

In episode 5 we are joined by Mrs. Jennifer Calhoun, Assistant Principal at the Grammar School, to discuss discipline and the great opportunity for discipleship that is brought about in those moments of discipline. 

Season 2 Episode 2

New Upper School Principal

In episode 2 of this season, we will hear from Mr. Anthony Parla, our new Upper School Principal. Enjoy! 

Season 1

Season 1 Episode 9

Raising Boys

Here is another great conversation about intentional parenting. This one is a conversation I had with two dads who are working hard to intentionally father their sons. 

Kingdom Vision Parenting

Christmas Special

Merry Christmas! We hope you enjoy this week's special Christmas edition with Mr. Aaron Rosberg, Assistant Headmaster!

Season 1 Episode 4

Hardships & Failures

Do we let our children experience hardships and even failure as part of their growth? 

Season 1 Episode 1

Kingdom Vision Parenting

Partnering with parents...this is a phrase we use a lot around here AND we mean it. God gives parents the responsibility for the education and discipleship of their children. 

Season 1 Episode 8

with Steve Hubler

Joining us today is Steve Hubler, President of Legacy Family Ministries. Since the mid-nineties, Steve has served as a Pastor, Church Planter, Leadership Coach and Missionary who is committed to mobilizing families for God’s harvest.

Season 1 Episode 6

Establishing a Biblical Foundation

Please enjoy this next episode with a conversation with Robin Snyder and Olivia Lopez. 

Season 1 Episode 3


What are the strengths you see in your child? When is the last time you called that out in them and encouraged them by letting them know you see that in them?

Season 1 Episode 7


Joining us today is Ken Jimison, and together we are tackling the topic of Technology. We are not anti-technology or anti-phone, but we must teach our kids how to safely navigate technology, same as teaching our children how to operate a car safely.

Season 1 Episode 5


Are you able to ask your child for forgiveness? 

Season 1 Episode 2

Intentional Time

How do you draw out your child’s heart? 


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Say Goodbye to Whining, Complaining, and Bad Attitudes... in You and Your Kids

by Scott Turansky & Joanne Miller 



Unwrapping the Greatest Gift: A Family Celebration of Christmas

By: Ann Voskamp



Grace Based Parenting
By: Dr. Kim Kimmel



Battle for the American Mind: Uprooting a Century of Miseducation
By: David Goodwin

and Pete Hegseth

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