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Monday, March 18, 2013

Today I'm posting an article from Simple Homeschool.  As a family, we've made an effort to not allow pride to be a part of the reflection on our decision to homeschool. We've not desired to isolate our  friends  who do not share a conviction to homeschool. I will say, however, that I've had moments of giving thanks more profusely than others about our choice to homeschool,  and the day of the Newtown, Connecticut school massacre was one of those days. The author of this article writes from the perspective of an event that, for them, hit very close to home. Key word: community.
"Your love for one another will prove to the world that you are my disciples." John 13:35


Susan said...

Thanks for posting this. EVERYONE should read it, and it goes even beyond the boundaries of home schooling in the need for community in my opinion.

Jennifer said...

I feel the same way Kathy. I want to encourage others no matter what their choice or ability is. I have found myself thanking God often lately for this tremendous blessing of homeschooling. Bless you and your heart!