Tag Archives: Values

Education: Public Schools

Many Christians will have a hard time finding any positive reasons for sending their children to public school. Even some of the parents who send their kids there will tell you that they wish they could afford to send them … Continue reading

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Education: Homeschooling

Homeschooling has been the brunt of societies jokes as far as I can remember, and for good reason. In many instances, these children are socially awkward and out of touch with reality. I can say that because I am one … Continue reading

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Education: Myths and Principles

A while back, Tim Challies drafted a series of articles, entitled “The Weaker, the Stronger, the Homeschooler.” In these articles he addresses an issue that has split the church in two. The importance of childhood education is not to be … Continue reading

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Proper Motivation

Motivation has been a constant struggle for me. It is comforting to find that I am not alone in this struggle. Tim Challies asks these questions in this article on Randy Alcorn’s book Managing God’s Money. “Sometimes I struggle with … Continue reading

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Inconsistencies

Everyone has inconsistencies. My parents wouldn’t let me listen to Contemporary Christian Music growing up but I was allowed to listen to the oldies. As long as it wasn’t new, and the artists didn’t have long hair, I was good. … Continue reading

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