Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it. (Proverbs 22:6)
Joins us as three veterans of homeschooling share their experiences.
Cynthia Cobb first heard about homeschooling from a friend when her oldest child was two years old. It got her thinking and taking action.
Now, 20 years later, Cynthia and her husband David have a lot of homeschooling experience. Their daughter, McKinley graduated from college last year. David is a junior in college, while William is a junior in high school, and Hudson is a freshman. Holder is in 6th grade and Asa is a 4th grader.
Mary and Duncan Dorris have five children (15 to 20 years old) they have homeschooled. Mary says she learned what she knows from those who have gone before and from living “in the trenches” everyday. Mary is a Certified Academic Language Practitioner, with a heart for encouraging moms who have children with learning differences.
Our third speaker is Cecilia Goodrum who began her homeschooling journey in 1994 when her oldest son started first grade. By God’s grace she hopes to graduate the last Goodrum child in 2017 — 23 years later! She and her husband, Richard believe that if they can homeschool, anybody can.
See you in the BCBC Worship Center TOMORROW, that’s MONDAY, March 2nd at 7 pm.