Thursday, April 6, 2017

It Is Time To Teach Jesus In Homeschooling

By Ryan Sanders

The education system is slowly removing religion from the curriculum. It gets worse when derogatory terms are thrown around to describe believers and creationism. Parents who mean good for their children have no option but to instill Jesus in homeschooling. This is an opportunity to have a positive impact and inculcate Christian values in a kid at the earliest age. You will save the young mind from confusion that comes with a virtue deprived public schooling system.

Schooling the children at home comes with numerous advantages. You are in full control of what the child learns and the interactions he has. You have a chance to understand his mannerisms and formation meaning that you will never be shocked by what comes out of your child. Though the curriculum is still controlled, you determine what happens to your children over most of the time.

It is fun to learn at home. Children do not have to dread that trip to school every morning, an insensitive teacher, bullying and other ills that go unchecked in public schools. Your child grows knowing that learning is fun. This will inspire him or her to pursue education further and be curious in life. After all, the future belongs to those who will love to learn.

Children who school at home have extended interactions with family members. This helps to nurture and strengthen their bond. It becomes easy to inculcate virtues and specially love and respect for the family. This is the idea that was propagated by Jesus in the bible through all his teachings. You will bring up a child who has respect and can nurture a family as well.

The schedules in public schooling are determined by the institution and government. What about giving your child a flexible schedule? This is only possible when schooling takes place at home. You have all the time to enhance such talents and gifts as music, arts, athletics, etc. You will train your child to be unique other than be defined by unnecessary competition in school.

There are numerous dangers larking in school from violence to drugs, bullying and negative peer influence. It is worse with the withdrawal of Christianity. Schooling at home is a chance to shield the child from these vices. You go beyond teaching the young one into demonstrating.

Biblical teachings emphasize on character as opposed to public displays. This means elements ingrained in a child other than superficial pretense. At home, you spend all the time with the child and can thus monitor and correct character flaws. There is no chance of copying bad behaviors from classmates or adults like teachers and workers in the school.

Faith and belief play a critical role in shaping the character and determining the future of any child. The best way to instill the right values in a child is to take control of the learning process. There is no better way to do that than to school the kid from home. You are sure of what the child is learning and thus will not be shocked by hypocritical behaviors.

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