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Children are like wild morning glories: They require training up. Lacking adult self-control, their personality traits can seem annoying and nuisance-like, undesirable. Sometimes our first response to an annoying personality trait is a desire to pull it out by the roots.

But every bloom cultivated in an orderly garden grows as a wildflower somewhere. Children’s untamed and sometimes frustrating personality traits are no different. Before you work to uproot them, consider whether behind that annoying trait is a strength waiting to be trained up. So often, the quality that manifests as a child’s greatest weakness holds the potential to be his greatest strength.

So the next time your child’s personality trait annoys you and you’re tempted to shut it down, remember this principle: Don’t eradicate, cultivate.

By all means, gently help your talkative child learn when to stop speaking, but also cultivate his or her love of dialogue by inviting conversation on topics they love. You might have a future teacher or salesperson in your home.

By all means, gently help your bossy child learn to let everyone manage their own business, but also cultivate his or her love of leadership by giving appropriate responsibilities. You might have a future CEO or ministry leader in your home.

By all means, gently help your energetic child learn to be still when being still counts, but also cultivate his or her love of movement by suggesting activities that channel that energy in productive ways. You might have a future entrepreneur in your home.

By all means, gently help your sensitive child learn that not everything merits a meltdown, but also cultivate his or her sensitivity into appropriate expressions, particularly on behalf of others who hurt or lack. You might have a future counselor or missionary in your home.

By all means, gently help your imaginative child learn to focus when focus is necessary, but also cultivate his or her imagination by feeding it experiences and books and activities and time to dream. You might have a future inventor, writer or painter in your home.

As parents, we must help our children take a personality trait that tends toward sin and train it toward righteousness. And we must do so with patience and kindness. So rather than strive to uproot that annoying trait, give it some good boundaries and a trellis. Train it up and watch it bloom to the glory of God. He gifts our children with the seedlings of communication, leadership, drive, sensitivity and imagination. May we be diligent to tenderly train them up in the way that they should go.

Read more at The Beginning of Wisdom Blogspot! What an excellent article this was to read and such a blessing to me!

This is something that I greatly struggle with, especially since I struggle to have patience with my son as it is. My son is a mix of all of the traits listed above, but especially the energetic and talkative ones! He bounces off the walls half the time and will talk the ear off of whomever will listen, grocery store clerk, food service attendant, grandparents (and parents), young children, cashier….and the list goes on and on and on.

Often though, instead of appreciating the blessing that he is and his boldness and love for others, I often become annoyed with him. Reading this article brought to my attention that I need to start looking at these personality traits of his through a new light. His boldness, love and sensitivity to others could indeed make him a great missionary, pastor or evangelist one day. God has big plans for our children, and we need to look for ways to cultivate their gifts and strengths rather than becoming annoyed and frustrated with them.

This is not to say that we should not train our children to use these gifts properly, and that there is a time and a place to be silent, be calm, be strong, be attentive and be submissive. But instead of trying to change who God has made them, let us build them up to the glory of Christ and look for ways to train them accordingly!

Two Become One

Divorce is usually the farthest thought from a bride’s mind as she plans her wedding. While she’s walking down the aisle she isn’t typically walking in regret. Most healthy couples are super excited to start their new adventure as husband and wife.

But at some point thoughts like “I wish I wasn’t married” creep into the minds of many married couples. The first year of marriage is a big adjustment for everyone. It can actually be much more than that, leading some to have doubts early on. For others the wish to be single again doesn’t happen until they have been married many years. It’s more common than you may think. People secretly wish they weren’t married for a variety of reasons. For example:

You discover the person you are married to is a difficult person to live with.
Marriage may have brought with it much suffering in various circumstances (health, finances, etc.).
Some wish for a life that is less complicated (maybe the way it was back in college when all you had to worry about was homework and having fun)

Between kids, husband, work and home life there is little time for self, and the idea of being single and having time for yourself can be very appealing.

Daydreaming about what it would be like to be alone for a while (even if you only wish to be single for a few days) is an overflow of the fatigue, selfishness, or disrepair found in our hearts. If you have ever wished that you were not married then I hope these next few truths will encourage you as you look and fight for joy and satisfaction in your marriage……

Head on Over to Time Warp Wife to read the rest of this excellent post! 

As you read through the post today, think of these verses and remember that no matter what trial or tribulation you are going through in your marriage, no matter how tough or how huge it may appear to be, God is in complete control. He is there with you through it all and will carry you through. Everything is all to His glory and your good, and He will work everything according to His perfect timing and purpose. 

It may be tempting to give up hope, but don’t. You may not be able to see through the clouds and darkness right now, but rely on Him, because in His timing you will see His hand in everything you are going through. He is faithful, true and loving to His children and He will never leave or forsake you. 

Romans 8:28: “Know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.”

Proverbs 16:3-4a : “Commit your works to the LORD And your plans will be established. The LORD has made everything for its own purpose….”

Ecclesiastes 3:1: “For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven…”

Isaiah 43:16-19: “Thus says the Lord, who makes a way in the sea, a path in the mighty waters, who brings forth chariot and horse, army and warrior; they lie down, they cannot rise, they are extinguished, quenched like a wick: “Remember not the former things, nor consider the things of old. Behold, I am doing a new thing; now it springs forth, do you not perceive it? I will make a way in the wilderness and rivers in the desert.”

Here is the trailer for “Exposing a Trojan Horse.” Produced by The National Alliance of Christian Home Education. It is only a short 4 minute clip but I highly recommend purchasing the DVD and watching it! Exposes the true agenda of the public school system and how we as Christians can set ourselves and our children apart from it!


Biblical Reasons to Homeschool

Biblical Reasons to Home School

by Christopher J. Klicka, Senior Counsel of HSLDA

THEME: God has delegated the authority and responsibility to teach and raise children to the parents first. Parents can delegate their authority to teach and raise children to someone else, but they can never delegate their responsibility to teach their children to anyone else. God will hold parents responsible for what education their children receive (whether from teachers, books, projects, or peers). To whom much is given, much is required. We have a free choice in this country to not send our children to an ungodly public school – we will, all the more, be responsible. Remember, our children are never-dying souls entrusted in our care!

A. The raising of children is delegated to parents by God:

  1. Psalms 127:3-5 (“Behold, children are a gift of the Lord; the fruit of the womb is a reward. Like arrows in the hand of a warrior, so are the children of one’s youth. How blessed is the man whose quiver is full of them; they shall not be ashamed when they speak with their enemies in the gates.”)
  2. Gen. 33:5,48:8-9, Isa. 8:18, Heb. 2:13 (“Children whom the Lord has given me”)
  3. Matt. 22:21 (Render to Caesar that which is Caesar’s, and unto God that which is God’s — our children are God’s.)
  4. Training of children was not delegated to the state. The only Biblical accounts of state education were coerced: i.e.Moses, Joseph, Daniel, Shadrach, Meshach, and Abed-nego.


B. Children, however, are still considered by God to be His
(Therefore, children are a gift of stewardship and parents do not own the children):

  1. Ezekiel 16:20-21 “You slaughtered My children and offered them up to idols…”
  2. Psalms 139:13-16, Job 10:8-12, Isaiah 49:1,5, Jeremiah 1:5, and Luke 1:41, 44 (God’s claim to unborn children)


C. God has given us certain conditions we are commanded to meet when raising children (part of our stewardship responsibility):

  1. Ephesians 6:4 (“Fathers, do not provoke your children to wrath, but bring them up in the nurture and admonition ofthe Lord.”) Fathers have the greatest responsibility in training their children in the Lord and disciplining them.

    Are fathers “provoking” our children by sending them to public school?

  2. Deuteronomy 6:6-9 (also see Deuteronomy 4:9, 11:18-21) We are commanded to diligently teach our children God’scommandments and principles all the time. Sunday school is not enough – children in public school are taught to think

    as non-Christians thirty or more hours a week.

  3. Psalms 78:1-11 (Teach God’s principles to your children all the time so they will teach their children and so “that theyshould put their confidence in God and not forget the works of God.”)
  4. Exodus 13:8, 14, Joshua 4:20-22,24 (Teach your children what God has done)
  5. Proverbs 6:20-23 (Children’s responsibility to obey parents’ teachings who in turn, should be teaching God’s principles)
  6. Psalms 1:1-2 (Meditate on God’s law day and night); Proverbs 23:7 (“For as a man thinks, so is he”) Children in publicschool are being taught to think like non-Christians.
  7. II Corinthians 10:5 (Take every thought captive to the obedience of Christ)
  8. Isaiah 54:13 (“And all your children shall be taught of the Lord; and great shall be the peace of your children.”);John 21:15 (“Feed My lambs” and “feed My sheep”)
  9. Jeremiah 10:12 (“Thus saith the Lord, learn not the way of heathen nations.”) Isn’t that what our children are learningin the public schools?
  10. Colossians 3: 1-3 (“Keep seeking the things above, where Christ is . . . set your mind on things above, not on the thingsthat are on the earth.”) The things above are God’s words recorded in Scripture. The Bible is the “blueprint” for all areas of life.
  1. Matt. 16:23 (Peter, thinking like a humanist, told Jesus he wouldn’t have to die. Jesus said, “Get behind me Satan! You are a stumbling block to me: for you are not setting your mind on God’s interests, but man’s.”
  2. Matt. 22:37 (“You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind. This is the greatest and foremost commandment.”) How can our children love God with their mind when public school trains their minds to ignore God?
  3. Luke 6:40 (“A pupil is not above his teacher but everyone after he has been fully trained, will be like his teacher” a blind man cannot guide a blind man can he? Will they not both fall into a pit?”) Are spiritually blind teachers teaching our children and leading them astray?
  4. Romans 12:2 (“Be not conformed to the pattern of this world but be transformed by the renewing of your mind.”) Public schools conform our children to the pattern of this world.
  5. Prov. 22:6 (“Train up a child in the way he should go, even when he is old, he will not depart from it.”) We need to train our children in God’s ways now so they will walk in righteousness as adults.
  6. I Samuel 15:1-23 (“To obey is better than sacrifice.”) Are we trying to make a “sacrifice” to God by sending our children to public school to “save souls” while disobeying God’s clear commands to us concerning raising our children?


D. Good versus bad “socialization” of children:

  1. Proverbs 13:20 (“He who walks with wise men, will be wise but companion of fools will suffer harm”)
  2. I Corinthians 15:33 (“Be not deceived; bad company corrupts good morals”)


E. Content of true education:

  1. Psalms 111:10, Proverbs 1:7 (“Fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge”)
  2. Proverbs 2:6, 9:10 (The Lord gives wisdom; from His mouth comes understanding.”)
  3. Colossians 1:16-17, 2:3 (All things created by Him and for Him, he holds all together.) James 1:5 (In Christ are alltreasures of wisdom)
  4. II Timothy 3:15-17 (“…continue in the things you have learned and become convinced of.. and that from childhoodyou have known the sacred writings which are able to give you the wisdom that leads to salvation through faith which is in Christ Jesus. All Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness; that the man of God may be adequate, equipped for every good work.”)
  5. II Tim. 2:15 (“Study to show yourself approved to God, handling accurately the Word of truth.)
  6. James 3:13-18 (Wisdom not from above, is earthly, natural, demonic. Wisdom from above is “Pure, peaceable, gentle,reasonable, full of mercy & good fruits, unwavering, without hypocrisy.”) Whose wisdom are your children being


  7. Psalm 119: 97-101 (The goal of education is to train children in God’s law so they can govern themselves, be wiser thantheir enemies, have more insight than their teachers, understand more than the aged.)
  8. Matthew 18:6 (Whoever harms one of these little ones who believe in Me, it would be better for Him that a millstonehung about his neck and he drowned in the sea) Are we harming our children if we send them to public school?


Thoughts to remember: God’s truth and His principles are the foundation of all knowledge; children must not only be taught to believe as Christians but also to think as Christians; God’s principles must be taught to children in a comprehensive manner on a daily basis; God’s truth speaks to every academic discipline. Where would Satan like our children to be taught? Sending our children to modern public education is like playing Russian roulette with their souls!

“I have no greater joy than this, to hear of my children walking in the truth.” III John 4


*Excerpted from The Right Choice: Home Schooling by Christopher KIicka (Noble Publishing Associates, Gresham, OR 503-667-3942) Also available through Home School Legal Defense Association, P.O. Box J59, Paeonian Springs, VA 22129, 540-338-5600

**Used from National Center for Home Education – a division of Home School Legal Defense Association – HSLDA webpage


What is the importance of Christian Education in Discipleship? Voddie Baucham and R.C. Sproul answer this question in this excellent 5 minute video on Ligonier.

At what cost are you sending your children to government education? Is it truly worth the cost? How can a Christian family who truly values the faith and their children’s souls send their children off to a pagan institution to be educated and trained?

Why Choose Homeschooling?

“I have made no secret of the fact that I believe the American school system is inferior in terms of academics, bankrupt in terms of morality, and corrosive in terms of spirituality and religion. In short, the government education system is no place for the children of people of claim allegiance to the King of Kings.”

~Voddie Baucham 

There are so many reasons TO homeschool and so many reasons to NOT send your children off to be educated by someone else. I could write post after post after post covering different reasons why Christians should NEVER send their children off to the public education system, but in this post I want to discuss simply what the Bible says and how we cannot live out those things taught apart from homeschooling our children.

Whether or not parents should send their children to public schools or homeschool them has been by far one of the most debated and controversial topics of our time – especially within the Christian community. The problem is that many parents don’t take enough time to fully and thoroughly research the public education system and weigh the consequences of choosing such a system vs. the benefits.

We need to realize that God will judge each and every parent for the choice that they make and the way that they decide to raise their children. We need to affirm that biblically it is the responsibility of the parents to raise their children, NOT someone else. The means it is NOT the job of government teachers and NOT the job of even privately paid teachers – it is the job of the parents. Parents can delegate their authority to teach and raise their children to someone else, but they can NEVER delegate their responsibility to teach their children to anyone else. God WILL hold each parent responsible for what education their children receive.

“And these words which I command you today shall be in your heart. You shall teach them diligently to your children, and shall talk of them when you sit in your house, when you walk by the way, when you lie down, and when you rise up. You shall bring them as a sign on your hand, and they shall be as frontlets between your eyes. You shall write them on the doorposts of your house and on your gates. ” Deuteronomy 6:6-9

Before we go any further, let us look up what the word “Diligent” means. The Miriam-Webster dictionary defines the word “Diligent” as the following :

1.) In a manner involving great or constant activity 

2.) With great effort or determination 

To make it even more clear, lets look at some of the synonyms for “Diligent” according to the same Miriam-Webster Dictionary :

Actively, Laboriously, Energetically, Vigorously, Tirelessly, Zealously, Painstakingly, Unrelentingly, Meticulously, Thoroughly…

WOW! It seems as though the word of God is VERY clear on this issue. How in the world can you be living out fully this command of God to teach your children DILIGENTLY when they are away from you 8-9 hours, 5 days a week? The duty of raising, training, teaching and discipling children is of their parents – NOT the government, NOT the State, NOT the school system (whether private or public) and NOT even the church. It is that of the parents and the parents alone, they are the ones who will have to answer to God for the way that they raise their children and what they have learned or not learned, no one else.

The sad thing about this is that in today’s society, most parents, regardless of religious affiliation, send their children off to government schools. The fear and resistance that was there when the public education system was initially put into place, has far been removed and now parents eagerly and happily send their children away all day to buildings of indoctrination without a second thought. Many parents rejoice when the school year starts, some even dancing in the streets because they no longer have to “deal” with their own children all day for the next 9-10 months!


I can understand this type of behavior coming from the unsaved, those who do not understand nor care for the laws and commandments of God – but from those who claim Christ and claim to obey and serve Him…how can they be so excited to live in utter disobedience to His Word?

An Article on Answer In Genesis Website entitled “Is Public School an Option?” makes a good point about the school system that we are placing our children into. They give examples of what the National Education Association has either already implemented in your local school district, or the things that will be only a matter of time before they do implement.

~ The NEA pushes educational programs that increase acceptance of the homosexual lifestyle, regardless of the parents’ views 

The NEA believes government schools should supply family planning instructions and resources directly to children 

The NEA opposes parental efforts to restrict obscene and offensive books in school libraries and classrooms 

What you read above are only a few of the things that the NEA is trying to push in the public school arena, and in many districts, have already successfully implemented. How can we of good conscious choose to send our children to such places? Are we so insane as to send our children as sheep among wolves?

We are supposed to protect and guard our children and their innocence and purity – and yet so many parents are sending their children off to be educated by the Cultural Marxists!!!

“If you send your children off to be educated by Cesar, do not be surprised when they come home as Romans”

~ Voddie Baucham 

I love the above quote by Voddie Baucham because I feel as if it summarizes everything about the school system. We as parents have unrealistic expectation so many times, thinking that even though we send our children off to those who HATE Christianity and HATE everything about Christ and what He represents, that our children will not come back with the same attitudes and beliefs. You will not be able to combat with an hour a day or prayer and “devotions”, the 8-9 hours per day of indoctrination that your children are sitting through, as well as the hours upon hours of indoctrination that is coming from the movies, music, books and television shows that they are watching that is teaching them the exact same things. Lets just say though that if by some miracle your children DO walk away still as Christians, which would be very rare seeing how 88% of children leave the faith after high school, they will not be unscathed and will have remnants of what they were taught hanging around their subconscious mind and those things will then be reenforced back into them once they head off to “University.”

Parents do not realize how vital those first 18 years with their children are, and how fast those years go by. The minds of our children are SO impressionable during these times and this is why God has commanded us to choose this time to train up our children in HIM! We need to seize this time to teach our children a biblical worldview, not just for 30 minutes a day or even an hour a day, but through us constantly modeling it to them while they are by our side. How can we do that if they are away from us SO much? If we are honest with ourselves, the answer is simple, we CANNOT.

Now lets consider what Luke 6:40 says :

“A student is not above his teacher, but everyone who is fully trained will be like his teacher.”

Hmmm…now considering that we realize that the majority of teachers are indoctrinated themselves and while some intentionally indoctrinate children, others simply do it because they do not know any better. Still, are these people those whom I want my children to grow up and become like? For the most part, no. I am not belittling or attacking all school teachers, I believe that there are some teachers who are truly called to the work that the do by God and are where they are to minister and glorify God and to be used as a tool by Him. But sadly, that is not the vast majority of teachers, and why would I take a gamble on my child by placing them in a school system that most likely will have no one who even remotely cares about teaching on God and his principles – and those who do are not allowed to for fear of losing their jobs.

God’s truth and principles are the foundation of all truth and knowledge. Where do you think Satan would prefer our children to be taught? In the homes of their parents, where they are being taught the principles and laws of God on a comprehensive scale daily ? Or in a school overridden by moral decadence, decay of virtues, breeding for hatred of God and His laws and cultural marxist indoctrination?

Sending our children to modern public education is like playing Russian Roulette with their souls. It is dangerous and often times deadly for the children involved.

I encourage you to seriously pray and seek God. If you are not a homeschooling parent and yet you claim to be a Christian and to have children, ask yourself what it is that is keeping you from obeying the Word of God in this manner and protecting and raising your children like you should.

I will leave off with a few excellent messages by Voddie Baucham on this very subject and pray that God touches and softens the hearts of those who read this! Homeschooling is not always easy, but in the end the glorification of God and obedience to His Word is worth the very work that we put into it!





I have read many books about planning and organizing home education. I have read article and searched through online blogs and websites for ideas on how to make things run smoothly and what I should and shouldn’t do (especially since this is our first official year of homeschooling).  I have made lists and printed articles and have begun to purchase school supplies and research curriculums and teaching techniques. I have done SO much…and I still feel like there is so much left to do.

It can be so easy to get caught up in all of the planning, research and organizing that we forget the most important part of homeschool planning – seeking God. We are called in Scripture to seek Him first in everything, every area, every aspect of our lives, homeschooling included.

“Seek the Lord and His strength; seek His face continually” 1 Chronicles 16:11

“How blessed are those who observe His testimonies. Who seek Him with all their heart” Psalm 119:2


I have found that lately as I have begun to seek His face more, I have become more at peace in my decisions and it is as if he has directed me towards the things that He wants me to teach. The plans that I had before truly seeking Him on homeschooling have changed a LOT since praying and reading His Word as I seek guidance on what to do, teach and plan. Just because we have an idea on how something should play out or how things should look, doesn’t mean that God, who can see the complete picture, is in full agreement.

It is so absolutely important that we make seeking God the top priority in our homeschool planning. We are bound to fail if we are not putting Him first and seeking to please and to glorify Him in everything that we do. It can be so easy to get caught up in the excitement of planning or the stress of it (as it is for some of you mammas!) It can be easy to be lead astray by the voices of others, and when that happens, we tend to listen to those other people more than we listen to God, and in some instances we do not even go to God for advice at all anymore and become consumed with what friends are doing, what other people are saying and what the internet has to offer.

We must remember that God and His Word should be the first place that we go each time we sit down to plan out homeschooling. Here are a few things that I like to do before I begin organizing, researching or planning anything relating to homeschool.


1.) PRAY!!

The most important part of starting anything is to pray.  Ask God for guidance. Open your heart up to Him and ask Him to show you what it is that He wants you to see as you are planning. We need to truly seek Him, and I don’t mean just murmuring a quick few words and then moving on, I mean truly seeking Him and opening your heart and mind up to what He wants to teach you, and what He wants to show you.

When I homeschool I know that I want it to be for much more than simply academics. I am not sending my son to public school for more reasons than simply because they have poor academic quality. I want to raise my son to be a warrior for Christ, to be a man after Gods own heart and to desire and yearn to please and glorify Him as much as I do and even much more beyond that! This should be our first and main focus as parents. Academics comes second to raising young men and women for the Kingdom of God, and how can we possibly do that if we are not spending time with the very person we are trying to teach our children about?

Children follow by example not words, so if you want to raise them to be Soldiers for Christ, then you have to begin on your knees seeking Him each and every step of the way!


2.) Be In His Word

We need to daily be in the Word of God, reading, praying, studying and seeking out what it is He wants to say to us through Scripture. It is only through His Word that we can be directed on which path to take and what He wants us to do.

“Thy Word is a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path.” Psalm 119:105 

In all we do, we need to be completely focused on Him and we cannot do that if we are not constantly in His Word. How can we know how to live for Him if we are not reading the Scriptures to find out what we should and should not do? Knowing God is more important than anything else. More important than which curriculum you are going to use, more important than academics and more important than getting everything “just so.” Without Him we have nothing, and we need to show that through how we live our everyday lives. This begins with reading His Word and knowing what is says, memorizing it and hiding it in our hearts!

“And without faith it is impossible to please God, because anyone who comes to Him must believe that He exists and that He rewards those who earnestly seek Him” 

Hebrews 11:6


Compare yourself to the Word of God. In a day and age where social media, internet and television dominate, it can be so easy to compare ourselves to other parents who homeschool and think that we are doing a horrible job or that we are missing out on something. The thing is, God has different plans and designs for each family, and just because one family is homeschooling one way, does NOT mean that you have to homeschool the exact same way. God may be leading you down a completely different path. Do not get so focused and caught up in what others are doing that you lose focus on what truly matters – What GOD wants you to do and where He is leading you!

I am praying that each one of you who read this will be blessed and will be encouraged to seek more of what He wants and less of what you want. We need to constantly be crying out “Less of ME, Oh God, and MUCH MUCH more of YOU!”


Public School Option

I was reading through the email that I received from The Homeschool Minute, and wanted to share with you, my readers, this short excellent article. I want you to really consider whether or not sending your children off to public school really is an option and I want you to consider what it is that the public school teaches and why it is much more beneficial (not to mention biblical) to keep your children at home with you. Ask yourself what it is that public education REALLY had to offer your children that you cannot offer them at home?

Mercy Every Minute
By : Deborah Wuehler

Sometimes it seems the easiest thing to do would be to put the kids in public school. After all, it’s free, it’s easy, everyone’s doing it, and it would free up your time big time. Maybe your life would be more “comfortable.” And all of that might be true for a short while, but there will be a price to pay eventually, and that could make you extremely uncomfortable for the rest of your life.

What goes on in the governing of, and instruction in, that nice little school down the street is something we can make some comparisons with that will hopefully make you glad you chose to keep your kids home.

Public School
Required to teach humanism, based on atheism: the doctrine that man is supreme in all things; a rejection of God. Textbooks have been revised to take “religion” out at the expense of altering real truth. Revised history and evolution are taught as fact.

Privileged to teach that God upholds all things by the word of His power (Hebrews 1:3) and that He alone is Supreme, and His Word is Truth.

Public School
Teaches hedonism: pleasing self becomes the highest ethical principle. Self-pleasure and self-exaltation is upheld in public school classrooms and curriculum.

We teach children to make it their aim to please God and to be Christ-like in their service to God, their families, their churches and their communities. We teach them to be others-centered.

Public School
Provides unwanted sexual education, expression and a pro-homosexual agenda, partnering with the National Education Association and Planned Parenthood (with curriculum for even the very youngest.)

Allowed to teach the truth that God created the family unit starting with one man for one woman for life, and that children are a reward and blessing and were created by God with His Image stamped on them. Family is strengthened and promoted and even cherished. Sexual education is guided sensitively by the parents as they deem fit.

Public School
Teaches children to tolerate all things except Christianity; prayer is banned; the Ten Commandments are banned; God is banned.

We can teach the Ten Commandments; the Golden Rule; loving your neighbor; prayer, missions, community involvement, and Bible Study. God is alive and well in our homes.

Public School
Peer pressure is causing children to conform to this world and leave the faith of their fathers (even those children raised in evangelical homes).

A loving and safe environment, free from worldly pressures and vain philosophies, providing opportunities for lifelong learning and the retention of their faith.

If you want to know the best place to teach your children, ask yourself which environment teaches Truth, and then keep those children Home Where They Belong.

“As ye have therefore received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk ye in him: Rooted and built up in him, and established in the faith, as ye have been taught, abounding therein with thanksgiving. Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after the tradition of men, after the rudiments of the world, and not after Christ.” Colossians 2:6-8

War Against Boys


I was reading a really great blog post over at the Ladies Against Feminism blog. In the post they talk about the cultural war on boys in the classroom and what we can do to stop it. The video that they share is great, but as they stated, the one thing the video leaves out is homeschooling. We can do everything in our power to fight against the system that is trying to destroy our boys – destroy our families – but as long as you are handing your children over to the system that is set up to brainwash and indoctrinate them, it is almost futile to continue to fight against it while still participating in it.

That is exactly what the *Cultural Marxists want! They want us to feel as if we are fighting against something, and yet at the same time they are brainwashing us into handing our children over to them willingly!!! We have got to wake up! We are running out of time and the longer we remain in our state of slumber, the worse things are going to get. We need to consider the future for our children and our grandchildren.

The first step in protecting our boys from the anti-masculine culture that we live in, is to homeschool them. As many of you know from reading my previous posts, I am a huge proponent of homeschooling. I believe that homeschooling is not only our biblical mandate and the calling of God for every single Christian parent, but I also believe that it is a necessity in the culture that we live in today. We are not only dealing with the moral and biblical issues of having someone else raise our children but we are dealing with something much more devious and evil.

We live in a culture that hates men, a culture and a people who will do anything in their power to keep our boys from growing up into the biblical men that they are called to be.War Against Boys A culture that says that our boys should be encouraged, if not forced in some places, to play with dolls and other “girly” toys rather than be allowed to play with trucks, guns and action figures like they already have predisposition to love.


A culture that not only is okay with, but encourages our young boys to play around with their gender, dressing up like a woman is okay if you want to and if you are made to feel bad about it, well just tell dad and maybe he will put on a skirt to support you.
A culture where if a man acts like a gentleman he is labeled a chauvinist who thinks women are incompetent and lower than himself.

An article was shared in USA TODAY where they have released a new Survey that shows that 60% of American’s view gender lines as blurred! WHAT?!?! What has happened to our Country? I ask that as a rhetorical question, because we already know WHAT happened, we just need to figure out HOW to change it. How can we expect our sons (and daughters) to be safe under the leadership and guidance of the very people who are set out to destroy them? The very people putting in place the curriculum for the public school system and the rules and regulations that our sons are to be guided under there?

Dad wears skirt No, the first step in fighting against the War on Boys is not making changes to the system that is already rigged to fail, the first step is taking our boys back! To make the beginning steps to smashing Cultural Marxism, we need to start by pushing the government and every entity associated with the destruction of our families, as far out of our lives as possible. We need to begin to train, teach and disciple our OWN children and not send them off to the very people we are seeking to take down.

Adolph Hitler once said a very profound thing, “He alone who controls the youth, gains the future.” If we allow them to continue to brainwash and indoctrinate our children, we are destining our Country for failure. They have set out with a plan for destruction and one of the main goals for that destruction is to tear down the family unit and whatever holds it together. If they can take hold of our children, then we are giving them one of the largest tools that they need to tear our families apart. STOP willingly giving in. Stand up and take responsibility for your children! Don’t allow them to do what it is they desire to do.

So yes, I do agree that there is a war on boys, especially in the classroom setting where so much time is spent. I do believe that we need to specialize our schooling to meet the needs and desires that God has placed within our sons and I do believe that has a very important place. But before we can do any of that, we need to take our sons back. They need to be at home, safely with us so that we can train them in what they need to know to go out and battle the evils of this world.

Man Up How can we expect them to live any differently, to be equipped any differently when we are shipping them off for 8-9 hours per day to be trained by those who are fundamentally against all that we stand for? The Cultural Marxists WANT you to believe that you can train your children in the few hours a week that you see them, but that is far from true. Those few hours per week are hardly going to trump the hours upon hours that they are spoon fed lies, propaganda and garbage.

Lets think about our boys and lets be concerned enough about them, their future and their lives in service to God that we stand up and make the decision to keep them at home to teach, train and disciple.

“You shall therefore impress these words of mine on your heart and on your soul; and you shall bind them as a sign on your hand, and they shall be as frontals on your forehead. You shall teach them to your sons, talking of them when you sit in your house and when you walk along the road and when you lie down and when you rise up.” ~ Deuteronomy 11:18-19


*See this link for more information about cultural marxism.

Jim Elliot

by Charles Spurgeon

He who delights in the possession of the Lord Jesus has all that
heart can wish. As for ‘created things’, they are like shallow and
deceitful brooks– they fail to supply our needs, much less our
wishes. “The bed of earthly enjoyment is shorter than that a man
can stretch himself on it, and the covering narrower than that he
can wrap himself in it.”

But in Jesus there is room for imagination’s utmost stretch
and widest range. When Jesus is enjoyed, He puts a fullness
into all other mercies.

The creature without Christ is an empty thing,
a lamp without oil, a bone without marrow.
But when Christ is present our cup runs over,
and we eat bread to the full.

A dinner of herbs, when we have communion with Him,
is as rich a feast as a stalled ox; and our narrow cot
is as noble a mansion as the great house of the wealthy.

Go not abroad, you hungry wishes of my soul– stay at home,
and feast on Jesus; for abroad you must starve, since all other
beloveds are empty and undesirable. Stay with Christ, and eat
that which is good, and delight yourself in fatness.

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