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Reply Ray Fournier
9:03 AM on May 13, 2013 
If you agree with the Education Reformation Manifesto, please fill out the form, leave a message, and join the Education Reformation.
Feel free to share your exeriences with Public Education, Christian Education, or Home-Schooling.
Reply BenjaminFalero
8:04 AM on July 24, 2013 
God bless Ray and his drive to see the gospel spread and lives changed. I am a former public school teacher and I know of the evils taught in the public schools. May G or grant him strength and grace.
Reply Jennifer King
2:12 PM on August 8, 2013 
:-) It is wonderful, a blessing, to see so much support on.a proper, and Biblical, model when it comes to our children's educati
Reply Mary Eaton
9:56 AM on August 15, 2013 
I have three children. The oldest (a daughter) came all the way through public school. The second (a son) went to public school through the 4th grade. He was home schooled through 11th grade. Then a wonderful Christian school for his senior year.
Our youngest son went to public school through 1st grade and has been in a wonderful very small Christian school since. He is now entering 8th grade.
The difference is night and day. The friends that he has all come from Christian families. The teachers pray with the kids about everything. They show a genuine love and affection for each child.
Also the academics are more challenging and based on a Biblical world view.
Parental involvement is required. Respect is demanded. Children are even still spanked!
I would never ever go back to the public school battlefield. Children do not belong in battle.
I thank God for Christian teachers and Christian education and Christian homeschool every day.
Reply Valerie
11:23 PM on January 27, 2014 
I am reading your book Education Reformation. I am currently homeschooling my three young children. Your book is an eye opener to what is happening in the public schools and even in some Christian schools. My husband and I decided to homeschool 2 years ago because we started noticing friends and family members children being very disobedient, vulgar language, disrespectful, etc. It seems the more children are exposed to that type of environment they get worse. We didn't want our children exposed to an environment where God is disrespected and children learn to live a life of sin and think it's okay. I really enjoy reading your book and now I want to share it with others.
Reply Sanctafamilia
4:08 PM on April 5, 2014 
I haven't read the book yet, but I can say that I agree with the manifesto, which I did read. I am looking forward to reading the book now. Thank you! ~from a veteran homeschooler (22 years and still going!)
Reply Spivey
11:21 AM on August 21, 2014 
I was home schooled ad I intend to bless my children the same way.
Reply Re
4:42 PM on August 27, 2014 
Educate and train up our children to the glory of the Lord Jesus Christ; He alone is worthy.
Reply Angie Sellers
7:57 PM on August 27, 2014 
My children spent several years in public school. The eldest almost 6- I ran from the calling of homeschooling out of selfishness. Putting my children, and their spiritual lives on the chopping block. believing in system that man created til God showed me clearly the truth. I am curious what you think of "christian" education. Isnt it similar to the public school?
Reply Don Rice
10:52 AM on August 28, 2014 
Looking to reading the book.