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Back to School: Why You Should Be 'Considering Homeschooling'

National group urges Christian parents to take a leap of faith this September.

 

Contact: Charles B. Lowers, Considering Homeschooling, 949-916-6816

 

MEDIA ADVISORY, Aug. 23 /Christian Newswire/ -- Considering Homeschooling (www.consideringhomeschooling.com) a national homeschool outreach that recruits Christian parents to homeschool, asks Christian parents to consider the benefits of home education as the back to school frenzy begins.

 

"Homeschoolers overall do better academically, socially, and most important, spiritually," said Charles B. Lowers, Executive Director of Considering Homeschooling. "This September, why not take that leap of faith and teach your children yourself at home?"

"There is an abundance of wonderful curriculum available and there are many homeschool support groups to assist you," says Lowers, "Most of all, trust the Lord to show you how to bring up your child in Him."

 

Lowers notes that the majority of Christian parents still send their children to public school, not realizing the catastrophic spiritual and social damage most children suffer there. And, many parents have never seriously explored homeschooling. "If you have children and can create a safe, loving, educational, Christ-centered environment, then bring those kids home," said Lowers.

 

Amy Paap, a Considering Homeschooling Librarian, comments, "Home education gives parents the opportunity to choose the very best books for their children. Living books make learning fun, bringing school subjects to life. Reading great books with your children builds auditory and verbal skills, strengthens family relationships and often teaches character through delightful and memorable stories!"

 

Sorojini Zabawsky, Board Member and Field Trip Director for Considering Homeschooling said, "As we raise our next generation, it's a wonderful experience to be able to expose our children to educational, real-life field trips. With homeschooling, even very young children can learn about various professions and God's fascinating world, all while bonding with their parents and building childhood relationships. Our children go on weekly tours of interesting places such as the airport, dentist, farm, courthouse, radio station, just to name a few."

 

Considering Homeschooling urges individuals, pastors, and homeschool groups to reach out to others about the benefits of private biblical homeschooling. Please visit our website (www.consideringhomeschooling.com) for a free outreach guide which will help you get active in homeschool evangelism.

 

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Contact: Charles B. Lowers, Considering Homeschooling, 949-916-6816