A new blog will contain more postings on radical homeschooling, carrying over the last few homeschooling postings.
I am no Cotton Mather. He studied up to 12 hours a day. And his voluminous outpouring of books, pamphlets and sermons demonstrates that fact.
But I do have much information from my study of the history of Christian education--including homeschooling. My original 12-page work was submitted to a Christian organization and if it is published I'll tell the world. For now, I'll parcel out the info from an upcoming book expanding that original work.
And that parceling will take place on a new blog: Christian Nurture.
Tell your friends. You want to know what a Family-Integrated Church is? Need to be informed about radical homeschooling? Want a critique on the latest trends in conservative homeschooling circles? This will be your blog.
And there will be regular homeschoooling for the rest of us. There is much to learn from our Christian fathers and mothers on child rearing and I aim to bring that to the public.
Some homeschooling leaders seem to think that being a minister can be put on the back burner while promoting homeschooling. But ministers don't work 9-5. They must always be ready to teach the Word, in season and out. So, as a minister of the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ, by the power of His Holy Spirit, this blog will be centered on that Gospel as the touchstone of Christian nurture.
Soli Deo Gloria