Considering Homeschooling urges Christian parents in California to leave the public school system en masse.
Contact: Charles B. Lowers, Considering Homeschooling, 949-916-6816, email@example.com
MEDIA ADVISORY, Aug. 30 /Christian Newswire/ -- Considering Homeschooling (www.consideringhomeschooling.com) a national homeschool recruitment group, is urging California Christian parents to NOT send their children back to school, as a protest against the homosexual bills passed by the California Legislature.
"'Heck no, our kids won't go!' should be the rallying cry of Christian parents this week as school starts, instead of following the broad road of perversion and destruction that California schools are offering," said Charles B. Lowers, Executive Director of Considering Homeschooling.
While Lowers encourages Christians in the Golden State to contact their representatives and Governor Schwarzenegger regarding the bills, Lowers said, "This should be the last straw for Christian parents. It is estimated that anywhere from 80-90% of Christians are still sending their children off to government schools -- it's like the church is behaving like a bunch of lemmings."
"Worldview surveys show that the majority of kids from Christian homes are humanists by graduation. School-based "clinics" are expanding (AB 2560) to ensure that your daughters get birth control and abortions without you knowing. Now that the homosexuals are dictating curriculum, 80-90% of Christians should be homeschooling, not the other way around!"
"Instead of the traditional 3 R's in California's public schools, children are learning Rebelliousness, Relativism, and an R-rated lifestyle. Christian parents have been misguided in thinking their children can be 'salt and light' in the public schools when in fact, the opposite has occurred. Public school is no place for innocent little kids. If they don't get molested by the John Karr's who are in the system, their minds and hearts will be molested by the curriculum."
Considering Homeschooling, a group that Lowers and his wife started in 2001 to reach Christian parents, not only encourages Christian to homeschool; it also guides others nationwide in starting homeschool evangelism groups. The national outreach, which has always been a project of the original Considering Homeschooling flagship group, is based in Southern California, and may be the largest homeschool recruitment group in the country.
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Contact: Charles B. Lowers