As a new school year begins, it is good to meditate on the reason for Christian education. We make sacrifices to support Christian schools, but why?
Reformed Education lays out the “why”—God’s covenant of grace with believers and their children. This book also reminds us what Christian instruction looks like: lessons based on scripture and the creeds, and a biblical perspective on culture in every subject. Other topics include the qualifications and calling of the Christian school teacher and the goal of education.
You will be encouraged if this is your first time reading this book or if you are picking it up again to re-read. The sacrifices we make for our children’s education have priceless benefits.