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Pilot Program Extends Home Education
More than 130 people attended the first-ever Prague Homeschool Conference in November 2012. It was a significant event that grew well beyond the expectations of the organizers. Families from a variety of worldviews came together … Continue
We got on the plane and buckled our seat belts. It was a daytime flight scheduled to last eight hours. That was good because we had some polishing work to do. Little did we know that God had a greater … Continue
The Lord arranged Bulgaria as the destination for the first LFW trip from our new home. We spent two weeks traveling around the country visiting families already educating their children at home and many others highly interested in the … Continue
By Curt and Sandra
The topic of children in worship has a broad response these days. In one church signs hang above each sanctuary entrance directing parents to take their children to their “classes.” Being suspended by chains adds to the significance of the … Continue
Published in the newsletter of CHEA of CA: “There’s an observation being circulated that needs to be corrected. It states that homeschooling in Hungary is the same as in the United States of America. Had I not heard it myself, I would not have believed it. Let me assure you that is not the case, not in Hungary nor any other country….”
Sandra continues the description of the road God took her on from at-home mom to globe traveler
Sandra explains the way God led her to the phase of her life some would call the empty nest.
There was a time when the leaders of the church were referred to as “spiritual doctors.” They had the medicine. Leaders in the true Christian church today still have the medicine. Before applying medicines, however, we first need to be diagnosticians. We need to answer questions about how Christians ought to respond to a world that has little care for itself, much less for the church. How do we care for a society that is allowing itself to go straight to hell—and insisting that we come along for the ride? The church needs to address these questions.
The seduction of Christianity: we may have tasted the goodness of the LORD, but we still seek something more. Christians in the West exhibit, by their search for something to add to — or subtract from — their faith, a desire to be titillated, pleased, comforted, and patted on the head. We have been seduced by the treasures and pleasures of the world.
In a denomination that no longer exists, we often ended meetings with the singing of Psalm 133. “How good and pleasant it is / when brothers live together in unity!” How good and pleasant, indeed. One might also add, “How rare.”