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Expose or Shelter: What’s A Parent to
Do? by Deborah Wuehler
I don’t understand when parents think
it’s not okay to protect their children . . .
isn’t that our job as parents?!
—Anna Bear-Greeno via Facebook
I love how it mentions facing the world
together. So important to do this through
the teen years! I do think our kids should
be free to make choices, but I think so
many Christian parents think that because
their kids went to Sunday school when
they were little they can be set loose
as teens. I feel like even Christians
in America have forgotten that we
have personal responsibility. And
if you wouldn’t want your child
doing it, you shouldn’t do it either.
There are things that the Bible is
clear on, but for the things that are
not so clear, use discernment and
err on the side of caution.
—Shannon Flemming via
The Empty School by Joan
I miss our homeschooling
years . . . I would not trade
them for the world! Thanks
for this article (retired K-12th
grade homeschool mom of 2).
—Denise Ann Ganson
Putnam via Facebook
I look forward to the grandbabies and
doing some creative educational things
—Kris D Echler via Facebook
Discipleship First, Schoolwork Second
by Brian Ray
Great article and spot on! After parent-ing/homeschooling for 25+ years, I can
attest to the fact that if parents put their
relationship with the LORD first, and
focus on pointing the children to the
LORD, all else will fall into place . . .
We can mentor and pray and be there
when they call, but the Holy Spirit will
do the rest. The LORD is not done in
—Kimberlee Brooks via Facebook
What an eye-opener! The world’s standards will always be trying to catch us and
try to conform our thoughts and goals,
but God’s standards are where we need to
be focused! I fail often, but this has been a
great reminder of the importance!
—Lisa Van Becelaere Conley
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