Quoting Quiverfull: Homeschool Your Children Even if You Aren’t Educated?

by Steven Anderson of Faithful Word Baptist Church - 3 Reasons to Homeschool Your Children This YearEditor's note: Notice this is one part government paranoia and one part your kids will rebel. Fear mongering at its finest straight from Steven Anderson. Oh noes, your child might actually encounter people who are different than those in your tiny group and that will lead to chaos, sin and rebellion! You'd think if they were truly teaching the children a solid foundation at home that those things would not even be on their radar. But again he makes it about the gays. For someone that shouts out how not gay he is Mr. Anderson seems to spend inordinate amounts of time thinking about … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Part 5 – Sodom & Gomorrah Are In Your Home?

by Michael Pearl from No Greater Joy - This Is The Last Righteous GenerationEditor's note: This could go on for days and days as this is a very long piece but I've decided this has been torment enough. Cutting to the chase of what Michael thinks is the only solution to protect your children from the ebuls of the interwebs. You can read the skipped parts at the original site if you're into self flagellation. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: You Must Choose Your Child’s Friends?

by Michael Pearl from No Greater Joy - Six Ways Parents Destroy Their Children Without TryingLeaving them to choose their friends. Many parents have done a good job in training their young children, and have put them on a path of virtue, but in their early teens they are influenced by their peers and yield to temptation while knowing it is not the right path. Even well trained children are flesh and are capable of falling into sin—just as is a moral, disciplined adult. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Shop Window Porn?

by Veronika Winkels from Ladies Against Feminism and Mercatornet.com - Shop-Window Porn Violates Children's Rights, So Let's Fight It My sister Anna and her husband Jacob have four young children, all daughters whom they are trying to raise to value their own dignity and face the world with self-esteem and confidence. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Problems Facing Homeschoolers?

From Persevero News an interview with Michael Moody of Forge Ministries - Engage the BattleWhat is the greatest problem you see facing homeschoolers in particular? Thousands and thousands of families are homeschooling but many have no foundation. Parents are choosing to home educate for a number of reasons: they want their child to excel academically; they want their child sheltered from drugs and kept safe; they want to give their child individual attention because of a learning … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Social, Political & Culture War?

From Gary Bauer of American Values and the Family Research Council "We are engaged in a social, political, and cultural war. There's a lot of talk in America about pluralism. But the bottom line is somebody's values will prevail. And the winner gets the right … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Jinger Duggar Stays Put?

From Radar Online - Jinger Duggar Can't Get Away! Mom Michelle Says She Is NOT Moving To The Big City! Jinger Duggar had high hopes of getting out of her one horse town, but RadarOnline.com has exclusively … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Better Preperation For The ‘Real World’?

Mary Pride in Homeschooling World "Getting Started in Homeschooling" -undated Better Preparation for the Real World. Modern schools only seem normal to us because we have been brought up from birth to accept them. Actually, they are highly unnatural environments. Where else … [Read more...]

12 Reasons Why My Homeschooling Story Doesn’t Matter

by Becoming WorldlyHomeschooling parents sometimes react badly to stories like mine. It’s generally the ones who see themselves as fighting an uphill battle with society, surrounded by enemies, feeling personally threatened when any problem … [Read more...]

Forming Boundaries Late in Life

by LatebloomerDo any of these sound like you?I have to always say yes to others, or else I am selfish. I have to always hide my hurt, or else I am unloving. I have to treat other people as faultless, or else I am holding a grudge. I have to keep my wants and needs to myself, or else I am a burden to others.People who experienced authoritarian parents tend to turn into adults with poor boundaries. They were trained for it their whole lives and can't imagine another way of doing things. However, it's an extremely unsatisfying and unsustainable way to live, don't you think? But most importantly, it's actually not what a loving person is like! For me, when I was in that mindset, … [Read more...]


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