See also: Revival
Dobson: Christians need mass exodus from public schools
Mar. 30, 2017 - James Dobson, considered by many to be the most influential advocate of Christian family life in our generation, takes
a bold stand against the results of public education. He warns that Christians are losing the next generation because ...
"...largely, of the anti-Christian influences of public schools... for six hours a day, 180 days a year for 12 or 13 formative years.
They’re exposed to LGBT teachings, evolution, a revisionist form of American history, Islam and worse.
Dobson believes that the 2016 election is a “reprieve” for Christians--an opportunity to include homeschooling or Christian schools.
- Source: Bob Unruh - WND
'Duck Dynasty's' Sadie Robertson advises fans to have faith in God during tough times
Mar. 24, 2017 Sadie Robertson, the 19 yr. old Duck Dynasty star encourages young people to be prepared for life's difficulties
by knowing God. In a YouTube post she gives good advice:
"And how are you going to handle yourself then? In order to know where God is in those times, you have to beforehand know who God is.”
- Source: Fox
Barna detects dangerous breach in the wall
Mar, 17, 2017 - Pollster George Barna reveals that only four percent of America's more than 75 million Millennials have a biblical worldview.
Polls show that only 4% of Millennials, those reaching young adulthood around the year 2000 and later, have a biblical worldview. Barna says:
"It's important that Christian families have worldview conversations – early and often – because "the worldview that you have at the age 13
is essentially the worldview that you die with."
Unfortunately, the parents of Millennials may not have a biblical worldview either, so grandparents may need to lead those conversations.
- Source: OneNewsNow
Senate confirms DeVos as education secretary
Feb. 7, 2017 -
The Senate on Tuesday confirmed school choice advocate Betsy DeVos as Education secretary by the narrowest of margins, with Vice
President Mike Pence breaking a 50-50 tie in a historic vote.
DeVos had been criticized by teachers unions and civil rights activists because of her support of charter schools and her conservative religious ideology.
- Source: OneNewsNow
Under DeVos, the Real School Choice Christians Face - The future of public education will depend on the church. - Andrea Reyes Ramirez - Christianity Today
Education at a crossroads
Feb. 6, 2017 - Why have teachers' unions and the education establishment unleashed an all-out smear campaign against Betsy DeVos'
nomination as secretary of education?
She has, for more than 20 years, been promoting programs, laws and policies that enable parents to choose which schools
their children will attend -- whether these are charter schools, voucher schools or parochial schools.
- Source: Thomas Sowell - OneNewsNow
Dems' defensive tactic: Demean DeVos - OneNewsNow
Senate Set to Confirm DeVos for Education Secretary by Narrow Margin After All-Night Debate - NewsMax
Betsy DeVos nomination for Education secretary clears Senate committee vote
Feb. 3, 2017 -
Republicans, in the majority in both the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee and the full Senate, defended
her as being committed to children even if she has been a key supporter of school choice and vouchers.
- Source: USA Today
- Why Betsy Devos is Trump's best Cabinet pick by far - WND
School flips policy banning flyers for Bible study
Jan, 18, 2017 - In Leavenworth, Washington, a public school had not allowed the distribution of flyers inviting students inviting students to attend
Good News Clubs. The Child Evangelism organization showed school officials a ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court that affirms the same rights
as is given to any other non-school-related outside group, such as the Boy Scouts.
“The Cascade School District made the appropriate decision to eliminate the unconstitutional policy and recognize that the Good News Club
has equal access to students,” said Mat Staver, chairman of Liberty Counsel.
- Source: WND
DeVos: Why question parents' ability to choose schools?
Jan. 18, 2017 - Betsy DeVoss, President-elect Trump's choice for Education Secretary, said she
would promote charter, magnet, religious and other alternatives to public schools.
"Why, in 2017, are we still questioning parents' ability to exercise educational choice for their children?... "I am a firm believer
that parents should be empowered to choose the learning environment that's best for their individual children."
- Source: OneNewsNow
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