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As we begin another homeschooling year, take a look at this article by Pastor Stan Pace, Education-The Art of Beholding. It is a wonderful reminder to let our passion for education and learning shine as we teach our children.
Pace writes, “True education happens when the teacher himself/herself loves to behold beautiful things. When, in love, and with the wisdom that makes knowledge lovely, he teaches his students to behold and love these same things, the child becomes a “student,” i.e., a pursuer. It’s hard not to like something when someone you love loves it. ”
He ends the article, writing, More >
Billy Graham once said, “Only God Himself fully appreciates the influence of a Christian mother in the molding of character in her children.” For the homeschooling mother (or father), the same can be said of molding a child’s education. And to that molding process, the homeschooling parent brings a distinct advantage: No one knows a child better.
As parents, we understand our child’s personality, moods, likes and dislikes like no one else. We often see ourselves—our reasoning, our personality traits, even our shortcomings—in them. We understand what makes them tick, and we know how to reach More >