2 edition of Reasons for sending your child to a Christian school found in the catalog.
Reasons for sending your child to a Christian school
Paul A. Kienel
|Statement||Paul A. Kienel ; [foreword by Roy Lowrie, Jr.].|
|LC Classifications||LC368 .K52|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||123 p. :|
|Number of Pages||123|
|LC Control Number||78102257|
Recent research suggests that if you really want to encourage your child to excel at school, you should consider putting down your smartphone and picking up a book. With the pandemic suddenly sending your kids home, there’s no time like the present to spend time thinking about your educational choices before the fall. Many families will decide to continue homeschooling, and if it’s a possibility for you, I hope this post will provide helpful points to ponder.
2. Preschool is an opportunity for kids to be in a structured setting. P reschool is an opportunity for them to be in a structured setting with teachers and groups of children where they will learn to share and follow instructions, raise their hand when they want to ask a question, take turns, and share the teacher’s attention. Every child should have this sort of group experience before. Explore the facts disclosed in the WeE-book™ 10 BIG Reasons NOT to Send Christian Kids to Public Schools Today By David d’Escoto Studies show that possibly 80% of children from Christian homes are walking away from the church by the time they reach college age. That should get our attention!
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TEN REASONS Why You Should Send Your Child To A Christian School Primary text by Dr. Paul Kienel, ACSI 1. You are accountable to God for what your children are taught in school. What your children are taught in school should be a direct extension of your parental views (ProverbsLuke ) 2.
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10 Reasons for sending your kids to a Christian school, written by the Executive Director of the Association of Christian Schools International Reasons to Send Your Child to a Christian School Written by: Kienel, Paul A.
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Therefore, to send a child to a government school is to have them trained in an anti-Christian environment instructional hours. To get that much instruction from church a child would have to attend two hours a week for one hundred and forty years. It might sound counterintuitive for an ordained Christian minister to say, but there are a few reasons I would not send my daughter to some Christian schools.
Limited biblical interpretation. In a Lutheran school, your child is not just part of a school, they are part of a rich education history. Lutheran schools have taught kids—and taught them well—for generations. Your kids’ Lutheran teachers are part of a close-knit group of outstanding educators, doing what they’ve done well for centuries.
Dr. James Dobson hosted a discussion on his national radio program focusing on the spiritual danger of allowing children to sit in secular or even anti-God public schools. His. Sending your child to a Jewish day school where Hebrew is an integral part of the lessons and culture, helps impart to your child those benefits that come with learning another language.
Despite sending my son to private school for many of the reasons listed by Jill and others, I have gotten a lot of guidance on how to raise him from Jim’s posts about his own parental challenges as well as Whitney’s posts offering a child’s perspective.
Formerly: Reasons for sending your child to a Christian school. Description: pages: illustrations ; 18 cm: Other Titles: Reasons for sending your child to a Christian school: Responsibility: Paul A. Kienel. Don’t sacrifice your child’s education for Christian schooling.
Different strategies for different kids. Some children are best in a Christian school others are not. We transferred our oldest boy into a public high school because we felt sure his calling was to be in business world.
CHRISTIAN SCHOOL COMMENT. They were originally written with this book. in mind. Each chapter has been updated, rewritten and rearranged to.
fit the sequential needs of this volume. The TABLE OF CONTENTS of the rest of the book: 1) Ten Reasons Why You Should Send Your Child to a Christian School (p.d.) 2) Monday School vs. Sunday School. A Christian mom is compelled to send her child to a failing public school because of Jesus' concern for the poor and oppressed.
With the appointment of Betsy DeVos for Secretary of Education, the topic of schools and school choice has been in the news. The biggest highlight of the book is how they outline the advantages of attending public school, such us: 1) Use problems at school to teach your children valuable life lessons, 2) Kids learn to deal with different people so by the time they are adults they have good life experiences, 3) God is bigger than any problem and God is with our kids /5(75).
7 Reasons to Homeschool. Rebecca, into a private Christian school for first grade. She would come home tired, irritable, impatient with her younger siblings. Sending your child away at the. Top Five Reasons NOT to Send Your Children Back to Public School [We offer the following article for your deep consideration.
Actually, we do not support and condone Baucham in everything. Toward the end you will notice that he is a Southern Baptist and endorses various Calvinistic writers.
But his words are worth pondering and for this reason we offer [ ]. Use your connections to power and money and innovation to make your local school—the one you are now sending your child to—better. Don’t just acknowledge your liberal guilt—listen to Author: Allison Benedikt.
It’s probably one of the most common questions among Christian parents today, “Should I send my child to public school?” It’s a timely inquiry in the face of increased school shootings, a fast-moving degradation in cultural morality, and the recent interpretive boundaries of historically private spaces like bathrooms, locker rooms, and school showers.
So You’re Sending Your Child to a Catholic School 3 PreFACe Y ou may be a Catholic parent who has had not much to do with the Church for some time, or a parent who is an active member of your local parish or, you may not have much idea of Catholic tradition at all, or not even be christened yourself.
In any case, if your child is. Catholic School: why do you send your child (or not) Catholic Living. Some of the reasons people have given me in conversation for pulling their children are: For us, sending our children to a public school has forced us to recommit ourselves to the Church and her teachings.
Because we cannot rely on the school to do our job, we do it. Religious (Christian) Reasons. Parents have more time to demonstrate their religion to their children through a homeschool, children see their parents’ faith in action. For example, you can take your children with you if you teach English to a refugee, or feed the poor in a soup kitchen.