Women for America
Family Association of Missouri
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Coalition to Restore the Constitution
Faith and Family
Christian Coalition Worldwide
For Creation Research
Right To Life
The Ultimate Pro-Life
Right To Life
of the Martyrs
(A Christian Chat forum
discussion, questions and answer)
Jews For Jesus
Testimonies of Freedom from Homosexuality
Homosexuality Ministry Links
Will Your Kids be Christian?
By Bruce Shortt
Many evangelicals were
shocked last June when Dr. Albert Mohler, the Southern Baptist
Convention’s leading theologian, wrote that it is now time for
Southern Baptists to develop an exit strategy from the public
schools. But why should it have been shocking?
For years innumerable, journalists, activists
and scholars have been chronicling the metastasizing pathologies
of the public school system. Surely few today are wholly unaware
that the government’s schools have become foundries of ignorance
and bad character. Surely few are wholly unaware that the government’s
schools are the nation’s largest pusher of psychotropic drugs.
Surely few are wholly unaware that violent crime and sexual abuse
of students in the government’s schools are far from uncommon.
And surely few can be wholly unaware that the government’s schools
now incorporate curricula and programs that both are a threat
to our children’s physical and psychological health and are, in
many instances, pornographic.
Moreover, our highly trained education
professionals are not shy about informing any parent who questions,
for example, the wisdom and necessity of teaching 6-year-olds
about homosexual marriage that it is none of their business. And
why should “educators” be reticent about making sure parents know
their place? As the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals candidly stated
in its recent Fields v.
Palmdale decision, the power of the government schools has
grown to the point that “parents have no constitutional right...to
prevent a public school from providing its students with whatever
information it wishes to provide, sexual, or otherwise, when and
as the school determines that it is appropriate to do so.” In
other words, a child placed in a government school will be trained
up as the bureaucrats, judges and special-interest groups who
control the government’s schools see fit.
Home Educators Expo March 30 - April 1
By Jim Day
In the St. Louis area, we are blessed to have
a strong Christian homeschool
community. There are many local homeschool
support groups located in most metro area counties. Membership
in these groups ranges from dozens to hundreds of families.
Offering an alternative to the traditional Christian
school settings, homeschooling has continued to experience steady growth.
“Many people think they will be totally on
their own when they choose to homeschool
their children. They
think they have to do everything from creating curricula
to learning about the law to arranging field trips. Area
homeschool support groups have
learned that by sharing information and providing opportunities
for homeschool families to come
together and help each other, the challenges of homeschooling their children become less stressful,” said
homeschool mother of two.
This year many of the St. Louis area homeschool support groups have come together to host the Greater
St. Louis Area Home Educators Expo.
This three-day event will be held at West County
Assembly of God Church which is located at 13431 N. Outer
Forty Rd., in Chesterfield, MO on March 30, 31 and April
St. Louis Area Home Educators Expo March 30 - April 1
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