Hypocrisy in the Homeschool Ranks?

Hypocrisy in the Homeschool...

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There has been some discussion recently about homeschoolers producing hypocrites. No doubt among the millions of us there are some families that have produced little hypocrites. In what group is that not true? And every family is at risk of an occasional hypocritical response in certain situations. At one time or another, all of us have looked in the mirror and discovered a hypocrite hiding in our home. That is why we all understand the meaning of the word and despise it so much. A vice is never so ugly as when we discover it is our own. In its… Read More
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Sound Familiar? -Sally and Jimmy

Rebekah Rising

There’s a little girl in my neighborhood who is six years old. Her mother has carefully guarded the girl’s childhood from the stress of early learning requirements.

February 2004
1 comment

Homeschooling as a Way of Life

Rebekah Rising

For many, “school” is the main focus in “homeschooling.” As for me “home” is most important.

June 2003
12 comments

What Curriculum Do You Recommend?

Debi Pearl

..Remember, God did not make classroom education. It is the invention of humanists seeking to usurp parental authority. Why recapture your rights and duty only to adopt their methods of teaching?..

January 1998
2 comments

The Reformed School of Alexandria

Michael Pearl

We did not raise our children in a classroom environment. I conducted my “classes” in the front seat of the pickup or in the cabinet shop. Deb conducted her classes in the kitchen or sitting at the kitchen table enthusiastically discussing points of interest to the children.

January 1998
16 comments
An Idea We Tabled

An Idea We Tabled

Michael Pearl

Until recently, our family didn’t sit down at a table, we sat down at a continent.

June 1996
7 comments

What Curriculum Do You Recommend for My 6-Year-Old?

Debi Pearl

“What curriculum do you recommend for my six-year-old just starting school?”

September 1995
2 comments

Homeschooler Obeys the Great Commission

Michael Pearl

I want to introduce you to another homeschooler, T. J. Slayman.

July 1995
1 comment

Homeschoolers to New Guinea

Michael Pearl

By the time you receive this news letter my twenty-one- year old daughter, Rebekah and eighteen-year-old son, Gabriel will be on the other side of the world, hiking the mountain trails of Papua New Guinea.

June 1995
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A Whole Way of Life

Michael Pearl

The number of homeschoolers is rapidly increasing. Home-schooling is not just an alternative educational procedure; it is one of many expressions of a whole way of life.

April 1995
10 comments

What Age?

Michael Pearl

Because some children are ready to begin learning to read at the age of four to six, it has been accepted as the time to start all children.

April 1995
4 comments