JOURNEYS TO MANHOOD WITH CHRIS TEMPLE AND ZACH INGRASCI

Documentary Filmmakers of “Living on One Dollar” and “Salam Neighbor” share perspective on complex humanitarian issues  Documentary filmmakers Chris Temple and Zach Ingrasci visited St. Christopher’s on Thursday, October 5 as a part of the Journeys to Manhood Speakers Series put on by the Center for the Study of Boys. Chris and Zach are the producers… Read more

Eighth Grade Rules

“Love is like peeing your pants, everyone can see it, but only you can feel it.” -Unknown Now I want to tell you a story that involves love that I could definitely feel. Once while coaching 6th grade soccer, I came up with a game that I thought would be fun. The game was supposed… Read more

Finding God’s Love in the fall

              It was May 1978, and I was just as happy as a young boy could be. You see I was on my way to my grandmother’s house in Springfield, VA. It was a long car ride from Pennsylvania, but I knew at the end of that ride, I… Read more

THE RISK OF GOING UNSEEN

Preached by the Rev. Whitney Edwards in Upper School Chapel  August 28, 2017 Watch the New York Times video that accompanied the chapel talk here. On Aug 21st the USS John S. McCain, a guided-missile destroyer in the 7th fleet, collided with the Liberian-registered Alnic MC, a commercial oil tanker, at the entrance of a channel in the Straits… Read more

Year-End Review 2016-17

Center for the Study of Boys Year-End Review for 2016-17 CLICK  HERE to view the document online in ISSUU. CLICK HERE to download a PDF version of the pamphlet.

Doing the Right Thing

Two hundred thousand dollars.  This was the amount of money staring at a Richmond police officer after he arrested a drug dealer.  What would you do if there was enough money right in front of you to change your way of life?  Would you take it knowing that the only other person in the world… Read more

Jesus Wept

When Mary reached the place where Jesus was and saw him, she fell at his feet and said, “Lord, if you had been here, my brother would not have died.” When Jesus saw her weeping, and the Jews who had come along with her also weeping, he was deeply moved in spirit and troubled. “Where… Read more

Relational Teaching with Lower School Boys: What Works for Teachers, Boys, and Parents

We have identified what works for boys in grades 6-12, but how are these findings similar or different for younger boys? From 2014-2016, St. Christopher’s participated in a research cohort of four primary schools in the United States, Canada, and Australia to tackle this question.  Through parent surveys and focus groups, teacher surveys and interviews,… Read more