Thursday, May 08, 2008

Educational Choices

I'm still here! I canNOT believe it's been over a month since I posted on my homeschool blog. Incredible. BUT, we do have some incredible things going on in our household... things I can't wait to post about but things I find hard to put into words at the moment. On the school front, we have been plugging along, winding up our year. Tomorrow we will go to our big ole' book fair/ convention. I'll try to post what I found and what our plans are. Even if it doesn't help anyone else, it helps me to get it written down and formulate some thoughts! In a way I've needed the breather, but in many ways I've missed this blog. I'm sure I'll be post-happy this summer and make up for my time away!

I came across this today on Josh Harris' blog. Years ago God used his father Gregg's words to speak truth into our family and into our homeschool. Then I became familiar with Josh through is books, and now his blog. I just love him and his Godly insight about so many things. I know this is the time of year when so many of us are evaluating the school year we just had and making plans for next year. I just wanted to share what he said on his blog and to his church. May his words encourage you as you are deciding how to proceed with your children's education. May we all support each other as the body of Christ.

I'll be back soon!


Colorado Dreamin' said...

We are headed to the book fair tomorrow, too! Wonder if it is the same one. lol! Enjoy!

School for Us said...

Thanks for sharing this video. I do believe there is a large division between the 3 "camps" - even in Christian circles. It seems each "camp" thinks their way is best or thinks that another "camp" thinks they're better than another. I know I've been through this with friends who school differently than I do. Thanks for sharing this reminder to pray for each other's children. We are all accountable to only God for how we raise our children - not to others - and we should support each other as we are all trying to do our best for our kids.


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