The threat against our children (not just our own, but the children of our race) is very real. It is planned and is not an accident. There is an old cliché’ used at graduations. It says, “The students of today are the leaders of tomorrow.” Though a cliché, it is nevertheless true.

If we want strong leaders for our people, if we want to insure the future well being of our children, race, nation then we must do all within our power and pray for God’s assistance to remove them from public school.

Christian schools aren’t much better than public schools. They still teach tolerance to perverted sin. They teach racial reconciliation and they promote interracial dating and marriage. One young mother that we know was very upset because her little girl, who she has obviously trained well, came home with the news that her Christian teacher told her that unless she made a point of playing with the black boys on the playground, then she was sinning and God would not let her into Heaven.

Only you have the power to direct the path of your child. Your child belongs to God and the parents are stewards. They must handle their duty responsibly.

It is interesting to note some of our founding fathers who were home schooled. Ten of the early presidents were taught at home including George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and James Madison.

Abigail Adams was home schooled and she in turn taught her son John Quincy Adams not only the three R’s but also Biblical theology, Shakespeare, history, citizenship, and governmental principles.

Seventeen of the delegates to the Constitutional convention were home schooled. Educational leaders such as John Witherspoon were home schooled. He was taught Biblical principles, sound doctrine, and the concepts of liberty. He was president of what became Princeton University.
Benjamin Franklin received almost all of his schooling at home. Many more senators, representatives, college presidents, and judges were schooled at home.

Martha Washington was home schooled as well as Mercy Warren sister of Otis Warren. Her articles promoting American independence were regularly published in newspapers and she wrote anti-Tory plays.

Florence Nightingale, an English woman and her sister were both home schooled by their father. They learned philosophy, history, French, German, Latin, and Italian and to read the New Testament in Greek. Due to her strength in mathematics, she combined that with her desire to care for the sick in British hospitals especially military hospitals. She developed the “polar-area diagram” to dramatize the deaths caused by unsanitary conditions and the need for reform. With her analysis, Florence Nightingale revolutionized the idea that social phenomena could be objectively measured and subjected to mathematical analysis. She was an innovator in the collection, tabulation, interpretation, and graphical display of descriptive statistics.

Patrick Henry was sent to a grammar school for two years, but spent the rest of the time being schooled at home. His father taught him Greek, Latin, the Bible, and math. His mother would work with him to memorize the Sunday sermon text each week and to summarize and discuss the sermons and points made. He was taught to devote one hour each day on prayer and meditation upon the word of God. His ideas of limited government and promotion of God given rights were a result of his thorough study of the Bible.

John Jay and John Marshall – both chief justices of the Supreme Court were home schooled.

John and Charles Wesley – famous preachers during the Great Awakening were home schooled along with 10 other brothers and sisters by their mother Susanna Wesley. Her husband, a protestant preacher spent much time in prison for being considered a “heretic”. She took his place, conducted Bible meetings and imparted deep spiritual understanding to her children.
Stonewall Jackson, Robert E. Lee, Douglas McArthur, and George Patton were home schooled.

Thomas Edison attended school for a while, but was said to be slow and addled. His mother then taught him at home and encouraged him to find a purpose and to love learning. She gave him a book on physical science and he was hooked – becoming one of the greatest inventors of all time.
Mark Twain and Agatha Cristie were almost entirely home schooled. Author Charles Dickens was taught reading, writing, and Latin by his mother.

These are just a few examples of men and women who have been home schooled. These people of high achievement were taught without the aid of computers, CD’s, swimming pools, sporting teams – etc. – all the things they say kids need to learn well.