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At Columbus Girls Academy, we offer a world-class campus and a safe, disciplined and structured Christian environment that emphasizes character development, spiritual growth and personal responsibility. Our therapeutic program and school for girls is designed to develop the whole person spiritually, socially, academically and physically.

Over the 50 years since Teen Challenge started many leaders have said great things about us. Here are a few of them….

“I speak from more than 20 years of knowledge of the organization when I tell you that Teen Challenge works.”

“Organizations like Teen Challenge have a far better record of dealing with social issues and people in difficulty”

“I truly admire Teen Challenge because of its loving, life-giving ministry to individuals with life controlling issues”

On the night of 14–15 April 2014, 276 [2] female students were kidnapped from the Government Secondary School in the town of Chibok in Borno State , Nigeria. Responsibility for the kidnappings was claimed by Boko Haram , an extremist and terrorist organization based in northeastern Nigeria. 57 of the schoolgirls managed to escape over the next few months [3] and some have described their capture in appearances at international human rights conferences. [4] A child born to one of the girls and believed by medical personnel to be about 20 months old also was released, according to the Nigerian president's office. [5]

Since then hopes were raised on various occasions that the 219 remaining girls might be released. [6] [7] [8] Newspaper reports suggested that Boko Haram was hoping to use the girls as a negotiating pawns in exchange for some of their commanders in jail. [3] [9]

In May 2016, one of the missing girls, Amina Ali , was found. She claimed that the remaining girls were still there, but that six had died. A second girl was discovered later in the week, but parents have expressed doubts as her name is not among those originally missing. [10] A further 21 girls were freed in October 2016, [11] while another was rescued the next month. [12] [13]

Boko Haram began to target schools in 2010, killing hundreds of students by 2014. A spokesperson for the group said such attacks would continue as long as the Nigerian government continued to interfere with traditional Islamic education. 10,000 children have been unable to attend school as a result of activities by Boko Haram. [14] Boko Haram has also been known to kidnap girls, whom it believes should not be educated, and use them as cooks or sex slaves . [17]

Boko Haram's attacks intensified in 2014. In February, the group killed more than 100 Christian men in the villages of Doron Baga and Izghe . [17] That same month, 59 boys were killed in the Federal Government College attack in northeastern Nigeria. [19] In March, the group attacked the Giwa military barracks, freeing captured militants. [17] The Chibok abduction occurred on the same day as a bombing attack in Abuja in which at least 88 people died. [20] Boko Haram was blamed for nearly 4,000 deaths in 2014. [17] Training received from al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb and al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula has helped Boko Haram intensify its attacks. [21]

Does an eight-year-old girl have the right to like traditionally “boy” things such as baseballs and short haircuts? Or, more precisely, is she permitted to cause confusion about her gender identity among her fellow students? Not if she wants to attend Timberlake Christian School in Virginia.

Does this story represent an outrageous outlier along the fringes of Christian education, or is this typical of the strictly gendered worldview of conservative evangelical Protestantism? Here at ILYBYGTH, we try not to rush to assume the worst about conservative schooling. In this case, however, it seems the school really did push Sunnie to be more of a girl.  And prominent evangelical intellectuals are willing to defend this decision as central to the cultural politics of conservative evangelical Protestantism.

According to a story by James Gherardi at WSET TV in Lynchburg, Virginia , eight-year-old Sunnie Kahle likes to have short hair. She likes to dress in jeans and t-shirts. She likes to play outside. For all these reasons, school administrators at Timberlake Christian School worried she was not acting enough like a girl. To be more specific, they worried about student confusion. Apparently, a group of boys had attempted to pull Sunnie into a boys’ bathroom.

It seems this is not a case of a student who chooses to identify as a different gender than the one she has been assigned. Sunnie agrees that she is a girl. She just likes to have short hair and play outside in the mud. Her fellow students think she acts too much like a boy and insisted she use the boys’ bathroom instead of the girls’ room.

School administrators worried that Sunnie’s dress and behavior did not match the school’s gender standards. As principal Becky Bowman told Sunnie’s guardians (her great-grandparents) in a letter ,

At Columbus Girls Academy, we offer a world-class campus and a safe, disciplined and structured Christian environment that emphasizes character development, spiritual growth and personal responsibility. Our therapeutic program and school for girls is designed to develop the whole person spiritually, socially, academically and physically.

Over the 50 years since Teen Challenge started many leaders have said great things about us. Here are a few of them….

“I speak from more than 20 years of knowledge of the organization when I tell you that Teen Challenge works.”

“Organizations like Teen Challenge have a far better record of dealing with social issues and people in difficulty”

“I truly admire Teen Challenge because of its loving, life-giving ministry to individuals with life controlling issues”

On the night of 14–15 April 2014, 276 [2] female students were kidnapped from the Government Secondary School in the town of Chibok in Borno State , Nigeria. Responsibility for the kidnappings was claimed by Boko Haram , an extremist and terrorist organization based in northeastern Nigeria. 57 of the schoolgirls managed to escape over the next few months [3] and some have described their capture in appearances at international human rights conferences. [4] A child born to one of the girls and believed by medical personnel to be about 20 months old also was released, according to the Nigerian president's office. [5]

Since then hopes were raised on various occasions that the 219 remaining girls might be released. [6] [7] [8] Newspaper reports suggested that Boko Haram was hoping to use the girls as a negotiating pawns in exchange for some of their commanders in jail. [3] [9]

In May 2016, one of the missing girls, Amina Ali , was found. She claimed that the remaining girls were still there, but that six had died. A second girl was discovered later in the week, but parents have expressed doubts as her name is not among those originally missing. [10] A further 21 girls were freed in October 2016, [11] while another was rescued the next month. [12] [13]

Boko Haram began to target schools in 2010, killing hundreds of students by 2014. A spokesperson for the group said such attacks would continue as long as the Nigerian government continued to interfere with traditional Islamic education. 10,000 children have been unable to attend school as a result of activities by Boko Haram. [14] Boko Haram has also been known to kidnap girls, whom it believes should not be educated, and use them as cooks or sex slaves . [17]

Boko Haram's attacks intensified in 2014. In February, the group killed more than 100 Christian men in the villages of Doron Baga and Izghe . [17] That same month, 59 boys were killed in the Federal Government College attack in northeastern Nigeria. [19] In March, the group attacked the Giwa military barracks, freeing captured militants. [17] The Chibok abduction occurred on the same day as a bombing attack in Abuja in which at least 88 people died. [20] Boko Haram was blamed for nearly 4,000 deaths in 2014. [17] Training received from al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb and al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula has helped Boko Haram intensify its attacks. [21]

At Columbus Girls Academy, we offer a world-class campus and a safe, disciplined and structured Christian environment that emphasizes character development, spiritual growth and personal responsibility. Our therapeutic program and school for girls is designed to develop the whole person spiritually, socially, academically and physically.

Over the 50 years since Teen Challenge started many leaders have said great things about us. Here are a few of them….

“I speak from more than 20 years of knowledge of the organization when I tell you that Teen Challenge works.”

“Organizations like Teen Challenge have a far better record of dealing with social issues and people in difficulty”

“I truly admire Teen Challenge because of its loving, life-giving ministry to individuals with life controlling issues”

On the night of 14–15 April 2014, 276 [2] female students were kidnapped from the Government Secondary School in the town of Chibok in Borno State , Nigeria. Responsibility for the kidnappings was claimed by Boko Haram , an extremist and terrorist organization based in northeastern Nigeria. 57 of the schoolgirls managed to escape over the next few months [3] and some have described their capture in appearances at international human rights conferences. [4] A child born to one of the girls and believed by medical personnel to be about 20 months old also was released, according to the Nigerian president's office. [5]

Since then hopes were raised on various occasions that the 219 remaining girls might be released. [6] [7] [8] Newspaper reports suggested that Boko Haram was hoping to use the girls as a negotiating pawns in exchange for some of their commanders in jail. [3] [9]

In May 2016, one of the missing girls, Amina Ali , was found. She claimed that the remaining girls were still there, but that six had died. A second girl was discovered later in the week, but parents have expressed doubts as her name is not among those originally missing. [10] A further 21 girls were freed in October 2016, [11] while another was rescued the next month. [12] [13]

Boko Haram began to target schools in 2010, killing hundreds of students by 2014. A spokesperson for the group said such attacks would continue as long as the Nigerian government continued to interfere with traditional Islamic education. 10,000 children have been unable to attend school as a result of activities by Boko Haram. [14] Boko Haram has also been known to kidnap girls, whom it believes should not be educated, and use them as cooks or sex slaves . [17]

Boko Haram's attacks intensified in 2014. In February, the group killed more than 100 Christian men in the villages of Doron Baga and Izghe . [17] That same month, 59 boys were killed in the Federal Government College attack in northeastern Nigeria. [19] In March, the group attacked the Giwa military barracks, freeing captured militants. [17] The Chibok abduction occurred on the same day as a bombing attack in Abuja in which at least 88 people died. [20] Boko Haram was blamed for nearly 4,000 deaths in 2014. [17] Training received from al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb and al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula has helped Boko Haram intensify its attacks. [21]

Does an eight-year-old girl have the right to like traditionally “boy” things such as baseballs and short haircuts? Or, more precisely, is she permitted to cause confusion about her gender identity among her fellow students? Not if she wants to attend Timberlake Christian School in Virginia.

Does this story represent an outrageous outlier along the fringes of Christian education, or is this typical of the strictly gendered worldview of conservative evangelical Protestantism? Here at ILYBYGTH, we try not to rush to assume the worst about conservative schooling. In this case, however, it seems the school really did push Sunnie to be more of a girl.  And prominent evangelical intellectuals are willing to defend this decision as central to the cultural politics of conservative evangelical Protestantism.

According to a story by James Gherardi at WSET TV in Lynchburg, Virginia , eight-year-old Sunnie Kahle likes to have short hair. She likes to dress in jeans and t-shirts. She likes to play outside. For all these reasons, school administrators at Timberlake Christian School worried she was not acting enough like a girl. To be more specific, they worried about student confusion. Apparently, a group of boys had attempted to pull Sunnie into a boys’ bathroom.

It seems this is not a case of a student who chooses to identify as a different gender than the one she has been assigned. Sunnie agrees that she is a girl. She just likes to have short hair and play outside in the mud. Her fellow students think she acts too much like a boy and insisted she use the boys’ bathroom instead of the girls’ room.

School administrators worried that Sunnie’s dress and behavior did not match the school’s gender standards. As principal Becky Bowman told Sunnie’s guardians (her great-grandparents) in a letter ,

New Lifehouse Academy helps once troubled teenage girls begin living a more fulfilling and intentional life. They learn to become happy, confident, self-reliant, and successful adults. Learn how our therapeutic boarding school can help your girl.

Welcome to New Lifehouse Academy in Oklahoma! We are a lower cost, ranch-based Christian boarding school designed for troubled or misbehaving girls, age 13-18. Our goal is to provide the teenage girls and their families with the tools and resources to help them begin to thrive academically, relationally and spiritually. We help once troubled girls begin living a fulfilling life, equipping them to become happy, confident, self-reliant, and successful adults.

If your teen is struggling with rebellion, anger, drug or alcohol abuse, or lacking in personal responsibility, call us at (918) 435-8206 to speak to our admissions staff. To request more information about our Christian boarding school for girls, click here for our online form .

Contact Us Now! Our boarding school staff will help your teen get on the other side of bad behaviors. We’re located in beautiful Northeastern Oklahoma, an area known as Green Country. With rolling hills, tall pines, a scenic valley and spring fed creek, the 913 acre property is picturesque and peaceful. 

Our chief goal is to restore positive relationships between the teen and their family. This is done through therapy, mentoring, and through modeling the love and hope of Jesus Christ. We work with troubled teenage girls who have had a disconnect somewhere along the line, leading them to get off track in life.

At Columbus Girls Academy, we offer a world-class campus and a safe, disciplined and structured Christian environment that emphasizes character development, spiritual growth and personal responsibility. Our therapeutic program and school for girls is designed to develop the whole person spiritually, socially, academically and physically.

Over the 50 years since Teen Challenge started many leaders have said great things about us. Here are a few of them….

“I speak from more than 20 years of knowledge of the organization when I tell you that Teen Challenge works.”

“Organizations like Teen Challenge have a far better record of dealing with social issues and people in difficulty”

“I truly admire Teen Challenge because of its loving, life-giving ministry to individuals with life controlling issues”

On the night of 14–15 April 2014, 276 [2] female students were kidnapped from the Government Secondary School in the town of Chibok in Borno State , Nigeria. Responsibility for the kidnappings was claimed by Boko Haram , an extremist and terrorist organization based in northeastern Nigeria. 57 of the schoolgirls managed to escape over the next few months [3] and some have described their capture in appearances at international human rights conferences. [4] A child born to one of the girls and believed by medical personnel to be about 20 months old also was released, according to the Nigerian president's office. [5]

Since then hopes were raised on various occasions that the 219 remaining girls might be released. [6] [7] [8] Newspaper reports suggested that Boko Haram was hoping to use the girls as a negotiating pawns in exchange for some of their commanders in jail. [3] [9]

In May 2016, one of the missing girls, Amina Ali , was found. She claimed that the remaining girls were still there, but that six had died. A second girl was discovered later in the week, but parents have expressed doubts as her name is not among those originally missing. [10] A further 21 girls were freed in October 2016, [11] while another was rescued the next month. [12] [13]

Boko Haram began to target schools in 2010, killing hundreds of students by 2014. A spokesperson for the group said such attacks would continue as long as the Nigerian government continued to interfere with traditional Islamic education. 10,000 children have been unable to attend school as a result of activities by Boko Haram. [14] Boko Haram has also been known to kidnap girls, whom it believes should not be educated, and use them as cooks or sex slaves . [17]

Boko Haram's attacks intensified in 2014. In February, the group killed more than 100 Christian men in the villages of Doron Baga and Izghe . [17] That same month, 59 boys were killed in the Federal Government College attack in northeastern Nigeria. [19] In March, the group attacked the Giwa military barracks, freeing captured militants. [17] The Chibok abduction occurred on the same day as a bombing attack in Abuja in which at least 88 people died. [20] Boko Haram was blamed for nearly 4,000 deaths in 2014. [17] Training received from al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb and al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula has helped Boko Haram intensify its attacks. [21]

Does an eight-year-old girl have the right to like traditionally “boy” things such as baseballs and short haircuts? Or, more precisely, is she permitted to cause confusion about her gender identity among her fellow students? Not if she wants to attend Timberlake Christian School in Virginia.

Does this story represent an outrageous outlier along the fringes of Christian education, or is this typical of the strictly gendered worldview of conservative evangelical Protestantism? Here at ILYBYGTH, we try not to rush to assume the worst about conservative schooling. In this case, however, it seems the school really did push Sunnie to be more of a girl.  And prominent evangelical intellectuals are willing to defend this decision as central to the cultural politics of conservative evangelical Protestantism.

According to a story by James Gherardi at WSET TV in Lynchburg, Virginia , eight-year-old Sunnie Kahle likes to have short hair. She likes to dress in jeans and t-shirts. She likes to play outside. For all these reasons, school administrators at Timberlake Christian School worried she was not acting enough like a girl. To be more specific, they worried about student confusion. Apparently, a group of boys had attempted to pull Sunnie into a boys’ bathroom.

It seems this is not a case of a student who chooses to identify as a different gender than the one she has been assigned. Sunnie agrees that she is a girl. She just likes to have short hair and play outside in the mud. Her fellow students think she acts too much like a boy and insisted she use the boys’ bathroom instead of the girls’ room.

School administrators worried that Sunnie’s dress and behavior did not match the school’s gender standards. As principal Becky Bowman told Sunnie’s guardians (her great-grandparents) in a letter ,

New Lifehouse Academy helps once troubled teenage girls begin living a more fulfilling and intentional life. They learn to become happy, confident, self-reliant, and successful adults. Learn how our therapeutic boarding school can help your girl.

Welcome to New Lifehouse Academy in Oklahoma! We are a lower cost, ranch-based Christian boarding school designed for troubled or misbehaving girls, age 13-18. Our goal is to provide the teenage girls and their families with the tools and resources to help them begin to thrive academically, relationally and spiritually. We help once troubled girls begin living a fulfilling life, equipping them to become happy, confident, self-reliant, and successful adults.

If your teen is struggling with rebellion, anger, drug or alcohol abuse, or lacking in personal responsibility, call us at (918) 435-8206 to speak to our admissions staff. To request more information about our Christian boarding school for girls, click here for our online form .

Contact Us Now! Our boarding school staff will help your teen get on the other side of bad behaviors. We’re located in beautiful Northeastern Oklahoma, an area known as Green Country. With rolling hills, tall pines, a scenic valley and spring fed creek, the 913 acre property is picturesque and peaceful. 

Our chief goal is to restore positive relationships between the teen and their family. This is done through therapy, mentoring, and through modeling the love and hope of Jesus Christ. We work with troubled teenage girls who have had a disconnect somewhere along the line, leading them to get off track in life.

Wings of Faith is an affordable conservative Christian boarding school designed for pre-teen and teenage girls who are struggling with bad behavior, rebellion, or academic issues

Wings of Faith is an affordable conservative Christian boarding school designed for pre-teen and teenage girls who are struggling with bad behavior, rebellion, or academic issues. We enroll girls ages 8-17, year-round. We have a high staff to student ratio. We’re a Christian boarding school provides behavioral correction with an emphasis on Christian values, housed in a comfortable residential ranch setting. We focus on educational excellence, spiritual growth, and a healthy lifestyle with an abundance of recreation.

We believe that faith in Christ is the road to happiness and success.
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  • Accredited Academics Accredited Academics We offer accredited academics, individualized to meet the needs of every girl.
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  • Active Student Life Active Student Life An active lifestyle, horsemanship and team sports are an important part of our program.
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  • What Others Say About Our Christian Boarding School for Girls “I walked in as nothing but a rebellious teenager, and now I’m leaving as a young lady with a productive plan for my life. I was born and raised in Oakland, California, but I am going to attend Pensacola Christian College at Pensacola, Florida and am going to major in...

    “Thank you from the bottom of my heart ! If you EVER need me to talk to any parents considering sending their daughters to you, PLEASE give them my phone number, I would be delighted to recommend you without any restrictions whatsoever. May God bless ALL of you!!!!!!”...

    I call Wings of Faith Academy a miracle school because God answered our prayers for our daughter through the school. Our daughter was very behind in school and the Wings of Faith Academy helped fill in her learning gaps and get her to the right grade level and even prepare...

    At Columbus Girls Academy, we offer a world-class campus and a safe, disciplined and structured Christian environment that emphasizes character development, spiritual growth and personal responsibility. Our therapeutic program and school for girls is designed to develop the whole person spiritually, socially, academically and physically.

    Over the 50 years since Teen Challenge started many leaders have said great things about us. Here are a few of them….

    “I speak from more than 20 years of knowledge of the organization when I tell you that Teen Challenge works.”

    “Organizations like Teen Challenge have a far better record of dealing with social issues and people in difficulty”

    “I truly admire Teen Challenge because of its loving, life-giving ministry to individuals with life controlling issues”

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    At Columbus Girls Academy, we offer a world-class campus and a safe, disciplined and structured Christian environment that emphasizes character development, spiritual growth and personal responsibility. Our therapeutic program and school for girls is designed to develop the whole person spiritually, socially, academically and physically.

    Over the 50 years since Teen Challenge started many leaders have said great things about us. Here are a few of them….

    “I speak from more than 20 years of knowledge of the organization when I tell you that Teen Challenge works.”

    “Organizations like Teen Challenge have a far better record of dealing with social issues and people in difficulty”

    “I truly admire Teen Challenge because of its loving, life-giving ministry to individuals with life controlling issues”

    On the night of 14–15 April 2014, 276 [2] female students were kidnapped from the Government Secondary School in the town of Chibok in Borno State , Nigeria. Responsibility for the kidnappings was claimed by Boko Haram , an extremist and terrorist organization based in northeastern Nigeria. 57 of the schoolgirls managed to escape over the next few months [3] and some have described their capture in appearances at international human rights conferences. [4] A child born to one of the girls and believed by medical personnel to be about 20 months old also was released, according to the Nigerian president's office. [5]

    Since then hopes were raised on various occasions that the 219 remaining girls might be released. [6] [7] [8] Newspaper reports suggested that Boko Haram was hoping to use the girls as a negotiating pawns in exchange for some of their commanders in jail. [3] [9]

    In May 2016, one of the missing girls, Amina Ali , was found. She claimed that the remaining girls were still there, but that six had died. A second girl was discovered later in the week, but parents have expressed doubts as her name is not among those originally missing. [10] A further 21 girls were freed in October 2016, [11] while another was rescued the next month. [12] [13]

    Boko Haram began to target schools in 2010, killing hundreds of students by 2014. A spokesperson for the group said such attacks would continue as long as the Nigerian government continued to interfere with traditional Islamic education. 10,000 children have been unable to attend school as a result of activities by Boko Haram. [14] Boko Haram has also been known to kidnap girls, whom it believes should not be educated, and use them as cooks or sex slaves . [17]

    Boko Haram's attacks intensified in 2014. In February, the group killed more than 100 Christian men in the villages of Doron Baga and Izghe . [17] That same month, 59 boys were killed in the Federal Government College attack in northeastern Nigeria. [19] In March, the group attacked the Giwa military barracks, freeing captured militants. [17] The Chibok abduction occurred on the same day as a bombing attack in Abuja in which at least 88 people died. [20] Boko Haram was blamed for nearly 4,000 deaths in 2014. [17] Training received from al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb and al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula has helped Boko Haram intensify its attacks. [21]

    At Columbus Girls Academy, we offer a world-class campus and a safe, disciplined and structured Christian environment that emphasizes character development, spiritual growth and personal responsibility. Our therapeutic program and school for girls is designed to develop the whole person spiritually, socially, academically and physically.

    Over the 50 years since Teen Challenge started many leaders have said great things about us. Here are a few of them….

    “I speak from more than 20 years of knowledge of the organization when I tell you that Teen Challenge works.”

    “Organizations like Teen Challenge have a far better record of dealing with social issues and people in difficulty”

    “I truly admire Teen Challenge because of its loving, life-giving ministry to individuals with life controlling issues”

    On the night of 14–15 April 2014, 276 [2] female students were kidnapped from the Government Secondary School in the town of Chibok in Borno State , Nigeria. Responsibility for the kidnappings was claimed by Boko Haram , an extremist and terrorist organization based in northeastern Nigeria. 57 of the schoolgirls managed to escape over the next few months [3] and some have described their capture in appearances at international human rights conferences. [4] A child born to one of the girls and believed by medical personnel to be about 20 months old also was released, according to the Nigerian president's office. [5]

    Since then hopes were raised on various occasions that the 219 remaining girls might be released. [6] [7] [8] Newspaper reports suggested that Boko Haram was hoping to use the girls as a negotiating pawns in exchange for some of their commanders in jail. [3] [9]

    In May 2016, one of the missing girls, Amina Ali , was found. She claimed that the remaining girls were still there, but that six had died. A second girl was discovered later in the week, but parents have expressed doubts as her name is not among those originally missing. [10] A further 21 girls were freed in October 2016, [11] while another was rescued the next month. [12] [13]

    Boko Haram began to target schools in 2010, killing hundreds of students by 2014. A spokesperson for the group said such attacks would continue as long as the Nigerian government continued to interfere with traditional Islamic education. 10,000 children have been unable to attend school as a result of activities by Boko Haram. [14] Boko Haram has also been known to kidnap girls, whom it believes should not be educated, and use them as cooks or sex slaves . [17]

    Boko Haram's attacks intensified in 2014. In February, the group killed more than 100 Christian men in the villages of Doron Baga and Izghe . [17] That same month, 59 boys were killed in the Federal Government College attack in northeastern Nigeria. [19] In March, the group attacked the Giwa military barracks, freeing captured militants. [17] The Chibok abduction occurred on the same day as a bombing attack in Abuja in which at least 88 people died. [20] Boko Haram was blamed for nearly 4,000 deaths in 2014. [17] Training received from al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb and al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula has helped Boko Haram intensify its attacks. [21]

    Does an eight-year-old girl have the right to like traditionally “boy” things such as baseballs and short haircuts? Or, more precisely, is she permitted to cause confusion about her gender identity among her fellow students? Not if she wants to attend Timberlake Christian School in Virginia.

    Does this story represent an outrageous outlier along the fringes of Christian education, or is this typical of the strictly gendered worldview of conservative evangelical Protestantism? Here at ILYBYGTH, we try not to rush to assume the worst about conservative schooling. In this case, however, it seems the school really did push Sunnie to be more of a girl.  And prominent evangelical intellectuals are willing to defend this decision as central to the cultural politics of conservative evangelical Protestantism.

    According to a story by James Gherardi at WSET TV in Lynchburg, Virginia , eight-year-old Sunnie Kahle likes to have short hair. She likes to dress in jeans and t-shirts. She likes to play outside. For all these reasons, school administrators at Timberlake Christian School worried she was not acting enough like a girl. To be more specific, they worried about student confusion. Apparently, a group of boys had attempted to pull Sunnie into a boys’ bathroom.

    It seems this is not a case of a student who chooses to identify as a different gender than the one she has been assigned. Sunnie agrees that she is a girl. She just likes to have short hair and play outside in the mud. Her fellow students think she acts too much like a boy and insisted she use the boys’ bathroom instead of the girls’ room.

    School administrators worried that Sunnie’s dress and behavior did not match the school’s gender standards. As principal Becky Bowman told Sunnie’s guardians (her great-grandparents) in a letter ,

    New Lifehouse Academy helps once troubled teenage girls begin living a more fulfilling and intentional life. They learn to become happy, confident, self-reliant, and successful adults. Learn how our therapeutic boarding school can help your girl.

    Welcome to New Lifehouse Academy in Oklahoma! We are a lower cost, ranch-based Christian boarding school designed for troubled or misbehaving girls, age 13-18. Our goal is to provide the teenage girls and their families with the tools and resources to help them begin to thrive academically, relationally and spiritually. We help once troubled girls begin living a fulfilling life, equipping them to become happy, confident, self-reliant, and successful adults.

    If your teen is struggling with rebellion, anger, drug or alcohol abuse, or lacking in personal responsibility, call us at (918) 435-8206 to speak to our admissions staff. To request more information about our Christian boarding school for girls, click here for our online form .

    Contact Us Now! Our boarding school staff will help your teen get on the other side of bad behaviors. We’re located in beautiful Northeastern Oklahoma, an area known as Green Country. With rolling hills, tall pines, a scenic valley and spring fed creek, the 913 acre property is picturesque and peaceful. 

    Our chief goal is to restore positive relationships between the teen and their family. This is done through therapy, mentoring, and through modeling the love and hope of Jesus Christ. We work with troubled teenage girls who have had a disconnect somewhere along the line, leading them to get off track in life.

    Wings of Faith is an affordable conservative Christian boarding school designed for pre-teen and teenage girls who are struggling with bad behavior, rebellion, or academic issues

    Wings of Faith is an affordable conservative Christian boarding school designed for pre-teen and teenage girls who are struggling with bad behavior, rebellion, or academic issues. We enroll girls ages 8-17, year-round. We have a high staff to student ratio. We’re a Christian boarding school provides behavioral correction with an emphasis on Christian values, housed in a comfortable residential ranch setting. We focus on educational excellence, spiritual growth, and a healthy lifestyle with an abundance of recreation.

    We believe that faith in Christ is the road to happiness and success.
    LEARN MORE


  • Accredited Academics Accredited Academics We offer accredited academics, individualized to meet the needs of every girl.
    LEARN MORE

  • Active Student Life Active Student Life An active lifestyle, horsemanship and team sports are an important part of our program.
    LEARN MORE
  • What Others Say About Our Christian Boarding School for Girls “I walked in as nothing but a rebellious teenager, and now I’m leaving as a young lady with a productive plan for my life. I was born and raised in Oakland, California, but I am going to attend Pensacola Christian College at Pensacola, Florida and am going to major in...

    “Thank you from the bottom of my heart ! If you EVER need me to talk to any parents considering sending their daughters to you, PLEASE give them my phone number, I would be delighted to recommend you without any restrictions whatsoever. May God bless ALL of you!!!!!!”...

    I call Wings of Faith Academy a miracle school because God answered our prayers for our daughter through the school. Our daughter was very behind in school and the Wings of Faith Academy helped fill in her learning gaps and get her to the right grade level and even prepare...

    At Columbus Girls Academy, we offer a world-class campus and a safe, disciplined and structured Christian environment that emphasizes character development, spiritual growth and personal responsibility. Our therapeutic program and school for girls is designed to develop the whole person spiritually, socially, academically and physically.

    Over the 50 years since Teen Challenge started many leaders have said great things about us. Here are a few of them….

    “I speak from more than 20 years of knowledge of the organization when I tell you that Teen Challenge works.”

    “Organizations like Teen Challenge have a far better record of dealing with social issues and people in difficulty”

    “I truly admire Teen Challenge because of its loving, life-giving ministry to individuals with life controlling issues”

    On the night of 14–15 April 2014, 276 [2] female students were kidnapped from the Government Secondary School in the town of Chibok in Borno State , Nigeria. Responsibility for the kidnappings was claimed by Boko Haram , an extremist and terrorist organization based in northeastern Nigeria. 57 of the schoolgirls managed to escape over the next few months [3] and some have described their capture in appearances at international human rights conferences. [4] A child born to one of the girls and believed by medical personnel to be about 20 months old also was released, according to the Nigerian president's office. [5]

    Since then hopes were raised on various occasions that the 219 remaining girls might be released. [6] [7] [8] Newspaper reports suggested that Boko Haram was hoping to use the girls as a negotiating pawns in exchange for some of their commanders in jail. [3] [9]

    In May 2016, one of the missing girls, Amina Ali , was found. She claimed that the remaining girls were still there, but that six had died. A second girl was discovered later in the week, but parents have expressed doubts as her name is not among those originally missing. [10] A further 21 girls were freed in October 2016, [11] while another was rescued the next month. [12] [13]

    Boko Haram began to target schools in 2010, killing hundreds of students by 2014. A spokesperson for the group said such attacks would continue as long as the Nigerian government continued to interfere with traditional Islamic education. 10,000 children have been unable to attend school as a result of activities by Boko Haram. [14] Boko Haram has also been known to kidnap girls, whom it believes should not be educated, and use them as cooks or sex slaves . [17]

    Boko Haram's attacks intensified in 2014. In February, the group killed more than 100 Christian men in the villages of Doron Baga and Izghe . [17] That same month, 59 boys were killed in the Federal Government College attack in northeastern Nigeria. [19] In March, the group attacked the Giwa military barracks, freeing captured militants. [17] The Chibok abduction occurred on the same day as a bombing attack in Abuja in which at least 88 people died. [20] Boko Haram was blamed for nearly 4,000 deaths in 2014. [17] Training received from al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb and al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula has helped Boko Haram intensify its attacks. [21]

    Does an eight-year-old girl have the right to like traditionally “boy” things such as baseballs and short haircuts? Or, more precisely, is she permitted to cause confusion about her gender identity among her fellow students? Not if she wants to attend Timberlake Christian School in Virginia.

    Does this story represent an outrageous outlier along the fringes of Christian education, or is this typical of the strictly gendered worldview of conservative evangelical Protestantism? Here at ILYBYGTH, we try not to rush to assume the worst about conservative schooling. In this case, however, it seems the school really did push Sunnie to be more of a girl.  And prominent evangelical intellectuals are willing to defend this decision as central to the cultural politics of conservative evangelical Protestantism.

    According to a story by James Gherardi at WSET TV in Lynchburg, Virginia , eight-year-old Sunnie Kahle likes to have short hair. She likes to dress in jeans and t-shirts. She likes to play outside. For all these reasons, school administrators at Timberlake Christian School worried she was not acting enough like a girl. To be more specific, they worried about student confusion. Apparently, a group of boys had attempted to pull Sunnie into a boys’ bathroom.

    It seems this is not a case of a student who chooses to identify as a different gender than the one she has been assigned. Sunnie agrees that she is a girl. She just likes to have short hair and play outside in the mud. Her fellow students think she acts too much like a boy and insisted she use the boys’ bathroom instead of the girls’ room.

    School administrators worried that Sunnie’s dress and behavior did not match the school’s gender standards. As principal Becky Bowman told Sunnie’s guardians (her great-grandparents) in a letter ,

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    Our chief goal is to restore positive relationships between the teen and their family. This is done through therapy, mentoring, and through modeling the love and hope of Jesus Christ. We work with troubled teenage girls who have had a disconnect somewhere along the line, leading them to get off track in life.