In July 2019 I spent two weeks in Australia, ending with visits to several schools in Sydney, New South Wales. While I was there, I had the opportunity to visit the Center for Public Christianity and sit down with one of their Fellows, Natasha Moore, for a conversation about what makes schools Christian and why Christian schools might have value. It was a topical conversation in Australia, where about a third of schools are faith-based, since issues of religious freedom in relation to schooling were implicated in recent elections and a topic of public debate. But it’s also a conversation relevant to any place where Christians invest resources in maintaining Christian schools. What do those schools have to offer? You can listen to our conversation here.