Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Barely Illegal, Santa?, -and- Black Magic Woman

Barely Illegal - cop sits nude on woman's picnic table
Santa? - naked man stuck in chimney
Black Magic Woman - witchcraft legalized in Romania

This year will be the biggest homeschool convention season ever. The homeschool movement continues to grow. Nearly every state now has a homeschool convention. The season starts in March and usually ends in late July. This year, California has six conventions, Illinois and Texas have five, and Tennessee and Indiana have four. If you want to find out what is happening in your state, simply go to Google and enter "Homeschool Conventions," and you will get a national listing of conventions from Alabama to Wisconsin.

If you are thinking of homeschooling, get to one of these conventions, attend the workshops, listen to the speakers, and examine what the vendors have to offer. Talk to homeschooling mothers and fathers, and look at the homeschooled kids. You will easily conclude that homeschooling is the healthiest and most exciting educational phenomenon in America today.

The homeschool movement is, for the most part, a Christian phenomenon. This should surprise no one. Christians have been most sensitive to what the public schools have been doing since the 1960s to de-Christianize education. Children in the public schools are at risk in four significant ways: academically, spiritually, morally and physically.