October 17, 2006

Homeschool Evangelism - What a Great Idea!

A friend of mine in Houston, TX just sent me this wonderful article. I challenge you (as a homeschooler, a Christian or one who may be considering homeschooling) to read it all the way to the bottom. I promise you will be blessed for doing so! I was impressed!

Considering Homeschooling October 2006 Issue

I can't believe I've never heard of these people before! They are advertising a Clay and Sally Clarkson seminar in their seminar spot... I sure wish I could go to it! I'm signing up for their email list! Won't you join me?

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1 comment:

Joyful Help Meet At Home said...


You probably don't know me, but this subject caught my attention.
Aside from being a preachers wife/homeschool mom to 6, I'm an amateur writer wanna-be. For that reason, and to encourage Christians SAH Moms who often feel "what can I do" regarding evangelism, years ago I wrote an article about Homeschool Evangelism. As Christians we tend to box ourselves and God in, suggesting that we must do a specific thing, only in a few certain ways, or else. Or else what? God won't work? God is subject to the limitations MAN puts on Him?

Seeing this title inspires me to get my fingers talking and posting my articles, finally.

Thanks. I am praying as I write this that your labor will be wonderful and baby and you will be healthy. Pray for a sister here who has waited a long time to concieve again, and prays it isn't too late for another baby to join our tribe.

Thanks for the wonderful unit study ideas. I am planning a medieveal/castle/knights study after we do bridges and tunnels.



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