Monday, April 25, 2011

What's Your Story?

This week, the website Take Part featured an interview with three very different moms who have chosen to home school their children for a variety of reasons: When Parents Teach: Three Moms Talk Homeschooling. Take a look:
Until recently, home schooling was considered a fringe phenomenon—something done by religious families seeking to oversee their children’s spiritual and moral education.

But from hip urban communities in Brooklyn to small towns in the rural south, more and more parents are pulling their children out of public schools and assuming the role of full-time teacher...

Why are so many parents opting for home schooling? And what’s it like to become your child’s teacher? TakePart spoke with three home-schooling moms to find out.
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Each of these moms has a unique story about her route to home schooling, and the journey on which it's taken her and her family. Well, guess what? So does each one of the thousands of moms and dads who participate in Classical Conversations - including you! Click here to read some of their stories.

Have you told your story?

Remember, each of our stories, and those of our family and friends, are part of a larger story. Not only that, but our experiences of joy, forgiveness, and grace echo back His story: His joy over us (Zephaniah 3:17); His mercy (Isaiah 30:18); and His gift of grace (Romans 5:7-8).

So go ahead--tell your story, and echo in celebration as a family today!

The folks at CC love to hear your stories. Post one on the CC Facebook page, leave a comment on this post, Tweet it (#ClassicalConversations or @CC_Bookstore), or send us an e-mail at!

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