The average public school student will spend an average of 14,000 hours in a classroom before they graduate. This includes a great number of students that profess faith in Christ and are being reared in a Christian home. Statistics suggest that among these Christian students, each spends on average 1 hour a day interacting with their parents, and less than 3 hours per week at church services and associated activities.
Is it reasonable for us to assume that the Christian instruction they receive during time away from public school, will outweigh the thousands of hours of anti-Christian perspectives they are bombarded with by the public school system as well as the media? What does God say about how He expects Christians to educate their children?
That is the subject of my conversation with author, speaker…
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