Category parenting

Don’t Lie To Yourself (On Home Education Part 3)

“Modern education has been plagued by utilitarianism for a very long time, and both teachers and students have come to think that school should teach only what will be useful in the pursuit of a career”Karen Glass I am grateful to my parents for a multitude of reasons: their sacrifices in providing my education–like living, […]

What if I Fail (On Home Education Part 2)

Every task requires faith Elisabeth Elliot In my last post I defined education as an extension of discipleship. The task of educating our children is not confined to merely math and literacy, but seeing those disciplines within the whole framework of life. Education ought to blur the lines that have been mistakenly drawn between “life” […]

Freedom From the Machine (On Home Education, Part 1)

As a graduate of home education, and a currently home educating mom, I get many questions regarding its inner workings. I have been approached by a number of people who have an inkling–or maybe even a deep conviction–that they want to pursue it for their family; but it is unfamiliar, scary, or they just don’t […]

A Day: A Poem of Motherhood

We live in an age where it is en vogue to complain about our children. I certainly take part in the laughter of the many escapades and light-hearted humor of child-rearing, but when the overwhelming narrative of our culture is: children are a nuisance, we ought to be careful to guard our hearts from this […]

Does God Care How We Educate our Children? Part 2

Before you read this post I pray that you will approach it in the spirit in which it was written: with a passion for the truth, a love for fellow brothers and sisters in Christ, and a desire to know and glorify God more. If you are reading this and you find yourself disagreeing with […]