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What Is an Education? (free Thursday evening session at the Hilton Garden)
Many people succeed in school but fail in the real world outside. Real education prepares the student for every aspect of life-practical,professional,spiritual,economic,civic. Jesus came not to be served, but to serve. Those things that make us most useful for service add up to a real education.Breaking the Shackles - Why Parents Should Trust Themselves, Not Schools
To those who understand history, the hand of God is unmistakable in the story of America. Our Founders built on the soil of the New World a nation organized on the principles of Scripture. The result was that early America astounded the world with its freedom, genius and productivity. But when the training of children shifted from the realm of the family and moved into the realm of government, it took only a few generations to bring about the social, spiritual, moral and intellectual decay that permeates our society today. Now, home educating parents are taking back their children and raising up a generation of bright, godly, competent Americans who understand their heritage and are determined to reclaim it for the glory of God. God the designed the family, not the school to be the primary training ground for His champions.What's a Dad to Do? (Men's session at the Hilton Garden)
Breaking the Shackles [26kB PDF]
There are plenty of misconceptions about the role of the father in a home schooling family. Some people think that if he can’t be at home during "school time" he can’t be involved. Others think his job is to take over some of Mom’s chores in order to free her to spend more time with the children. But Scripture gives seven functions of a father in a godly home, and each of these can be applied very practically and powerfully in home education. Enjoy the wisdom and humor of this presentation as Rick answers the question of "What's A Dad to Do?"Take Back the Land (combined teens and adults)
What's a Dad to Do? [64kB PDF]
It has been said that the parents of the 1980's and 90's were the Moses generation--they left Egypt (government schooling) and headed for the Promised Land, as the Israelites once traversed the wilderness to return to Canaan. The generation of Moses completed part of the mission, getting as far as the Jordan River, but it was left to Joshua and the younger Israelites to cross the river and take back the land that had been promised to their father Abraham centuries before. Today, home schooling parents have broken free from the bondage of Godless philosophies and are raising up the Joshua generation that will carry the battle over the Jordan--taking the banner of Christ back into American government, law, medicine, business, education and the arts, where God and His Word were once universally honored. The enemies of God are trembling today at the thunderous approach of the Joshua generation!
Take Back the Land [38kB PDF]
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