Perspectives on Our Children’s Education |The Gospel Coalition Blog

The Gospel Coalition recently posted a very thoughful, balanced and well-written series from three different perceptives on the subject of children’s education.  As Jen Wilkins points out in her article, we sometimes forget that the Bible does not endorse one of these choices above another.  The Bible does, however, admonish parents to take seriously and personally the instruction and training of their children. How this works out in practice is a matter for careful consideration.  Take at look at these three articles for yourself.

Gospel Coalition Editors’ note: We asked three moms of school-age children to share their families’ perspectives on education. Jen Wilkin, Jenni Hamm, and Amanda Allen are three friends who attend the same church and raise families in the same geographic area. All three share mutual respect for each other as parents trying to raise children with intentionality, in the fear and admonition of the Lord. In this series, you will see their perspectives on how and why they chose to educate their children through public school, private school, or homeschooling. 

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Perspectives on Our Children’s Education: Going Public by Jen Wilkin

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Perspectives on Our Children’s Education: A Private Enterprise by Jenni Hamm

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Perspectives on Our Children’s Education: Homeward Bound by Amanda Allen

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About melichte

Director of Women's and Children's Ministries at Taft Avenue Community Church in Orange, CA, and trying my best to implement and encourage Family Ministry concepts and approaches in all aspects of what I do.
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