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MorningStar Educational Network E-News Report
June 2006

Dear Christian families:

We are so blessed to have a new homeschool information package available to share with you. This is a simple presentation offering information why it is imperative to have a Biblical foundation to education.

This on-line presentation provides the perfect opportunity for parents to sit together and review the steps to a successful and easy home education.

If you are a seasoned homeschooler and have friends that you would like to help discover the blessings of a Christian home education, invite them over and share this presentation along with your own homeschooling insights. For more details and information on mentoring click here.

To view the new homeschool information package, click here.

Please forward this e-mail to your friends and family.

In His service,

Denise Kanter

in this issue
  • Homeschooling Offers Hope Amidst Troubling Times
  • What Heaven and Homeschooling Have in Common
  • Our On-Line Audio and Video Programs

  • Homeschooling Offers Hope Amidst Troubling Times

    Written By Zan Tyler

    I just can’t get the troubling statistic out of mind: 92 percent of children raised in evangelical homes are abandoning their faith between the ages of 18 and 29. For a couple of years, I had been using 88 percent, but at a WholeHearted Mothers Conference in Texas this winter, one mother approached me when I finished speaking and told me her husband works for Josh McDowell Ministries. The new statistic, she informed me, is now 92%.

    Devastating. Unbelievable. Incomprehensible. I know we have talked about this very thing in this newsletter before. I don’t mean to beat a dead horse, but as parents I think we need to keep this statistic in the forefront of our minds. We cannot afford to be apathetic when it comes to intentionally and constantly teaching our children what it means to be live as Christians in today’s secular world. We must have a well-defined plan of action for raising children who love God, if we do not want our children to be part of the 92 percent clamoring to run out the church door when they become “of age.”


    What Heaven and Homeschooling Have in Common

    Written by Zan Tyler

    Faye’s decision to homeschool placed her square in the middle of a real-life obstacle course. Homeschooling is difficult enough for a sighted person—how can a blind mother of two wonderful, curious, active boys homeschool??


    Our On-Line Audio and Video Programs

    We offer a variety of on-line programs that you can watch and listen to right from your computer.


    Considering Homeschooling Ministry by MorningStar Educational Network

    Click here to get a free DVD and brochure
    Are you considering homeschooling? Visit these links for upcoming meetings and seminars.

    2006 Homeschool Conventions

    North Carolina

    Colorado

    Georgia

    Texas: Starting the Way - For those homeschooling preschoolers

    California

    New Mexico

    There are more, so visit our website.

    Carole Joy Seid (CA, WI, MN, TX)



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