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It Takes a Village Welcome (back) to NCFCA for the 2020 season! “It takes a village” generally evokes an instant reaction, particularly by those of us who are homeschooling parents. I believe there is deeper ideology there that is worth exploring. It’s the concept of Christian community and the advantages that can be gained by […]
By Kim Cromer, Executive Director “You are the salt of the earth; but if the salt loses its flavor, how shall it be seasoned? It is then good for nothing but to be thrown out and trampled underfoot by men. You are the light of the world. A city that is set on a hill […]
By Kim Cromer, Executive Director NCFCA Nationals Staff Welcomes a New Director of Education If you’ve ever been to a tournament, you’ve been able to witness God’s faithfulness in providing the right people at exactly the right time. I’ve marveled over the years at the number of times the Ballot Distribution team, lacking judges for […]
Congratulations! The 2018-2019 season culminating with the National Championship is in the books. Nationals was an extraordinary time of celebration, collaboration, and competition. Even if you didn't attend the tournament, we have published a recording of the Showcase of Excellence on the NCFCA YouTube Channel. Click on this link to view the videos and be […]
I still remember my first NCFCA tournament: the nerves, the last-minute practicing, the kindness of our host family, the performances of my speech, the kind words a judge wrote on her ballot.
I also remember my last NCFCA tournament: the last arrival on campus, the last line for script submission, the last speeches I would ever give in competition, the last awards ceremony, the last ballots I would receive.
I had been blessed by my participation in NCFCA in numerous ways during the intervening years, enjoying community, developing communication skills, and growing in character. But now it was all over.