Homeschooling in the Christian Family
Posted by DAVID BC TAN under: Announcement on 19 Jul 2013.
What is homeschooling all about?
Why do families choose to educate their own kids at home?
Has the Bible anything to say about educating your children at home?
How do you begin to homeschool your own children?
If you are among the many Christian parents who are asking these questions,
this Homeschool Dialogue is for you.
Date: Saturday 3 August 2013 Time: 3.00pm ~ 5.00pm
Venue: Hope Evangelical Free Church, Wangsa Link, Kuala Lumpur
Email your details to register your attendance. Click on this Google map for the location of Hope EFC.
Please be advised that we shall not be providing baby-sitting. If you have young children, you may choose not to bring them so you can better concentrate and participate in the dialogue.
David and Sook Ching are parents of 2 adult sons who were homeschooled all through their years. Ethan will complete his double major in Political Science and English in Texas end of this year. Elliot has left for Perth to complete his twinning programme in Mass Communications. David and Sook Ching are founders of the homeschooling network, HOMEFRONTIER.
Joseph and Debra have been homeschooling for the past 6 years and their primary motivation is in building a Biblical worldview into the raising of their two daughters – aged 10 and 14. As a family, they have started Answers Academy – an apologetics ministry focusing on equipping believers with real answers for skeptical questions in today’s world.
Weng Hou and Gaik Suan are active members of Full Gospel Tabernacle. They have 3 children who were homeschooled after their early years in government schools. Natalie 22, is doing an online degree course while helping with the family business. Nicholas 19, is in Pre-U, MCKL, while Stephanie 17, has just completed her SAT and preparing for her O Level exams.
This Homeschool Dialogue is the 2nd in a series of occasional sessions hosted by Hope EFC as part of its ministry towards families and the homeschooling community. As a family-friendly church, we are advocates of strong families and support homeschooling as a viable option for Christian parents.