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Well Said, Joshua Harris

This post is near and dear to my heart. When it comes to how we educate our children, there can be a tendency toward disunity. I think Josh shows much wisdom and grace regarding this issue. You can read the full post here.

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5 thoughts on “Well Said, Joshua Harris

  1. A great post…well said Josh.

    I’ve never been homeschooled, (but have many friends who do), have been schooled publically and privately, and have taught in a small church school. There truly are blessings and challenges in every education option.

    I so appreciated hearing Josh’s heart and his challenge.

  2. I thought this was great too. We are dealing with some of the same issues, in a much smaller church, so the disunity and feelings of judgment seem even more obvious.

  3. I just saw this yesterday! I haven’t encountered disunity in a church setting, but I have felt a lot of judgment and passionate opinions from people I know on the subject.

  4. Thank you Laurie for posting this. This is very good. It truly expresses the heart of God on the matter. I am in a small church where I “grew up” as a Christian. I always thought I’d homeschool, but as the time drew near for my first to go to school, the Lord directed us to send her to the public school. I wonder by some people’s responses, if they think sending your child to public school is easy. But like Krista said, there are blessings and challenges in whatever you do. The challenges in public school are not easier, they are just different. It has also been challenging being one of only a few whose children are in public elementary school. I have really appreciated Laurie’s heart though, I think she has reflected what Joshua Harris has said.

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