Statement of Faith

What We Believe

As a Christian homeschooling* support group, it is our goal to provide support and encouragement for one another. It is our intention for all of our activities and publications to be consistently and forthrightly from a Christian perspective.

“We believe in the inerrancy of the Bible and believe it is the foundation upon which all education should be based. (2 Timothy 3:16, Colossians 2:8, Matthew 6:33) We believe there is one God, eternally existent in three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. (1 John 5:7-8) We believe that Jesus Christ is fully man and fully God. The union of His two natures is without mixture or confusion. He is one person. We believe that all men are created in the image of God and are born into a state of sin. (Psalm 51:5 and 1 John 1:8-9) This puts man in need of a savior, who is Jesus Christ the Lord. (Galatians 3:22) By His death on the cross, the price for our salvation has been paid. Man is saved through faith alone, not by works, and is completely dependent on His mercy and grace. The death, burial and bodily resurrection of Jesus Christ gives us the hope of eternal life in Heaven and the promise of an abundant life in Him. We believe in the spiritual unity of believers through our common faith in Jesus Christ and that individual doctrinal differences which may exist shall not hinder the unity of Christian home educators.”

Child with Bible

*HSLDA Homeschool Definition – This rule states that a student must complete 50% of his/her studies at home under the direct supervision of the parent. Co-ops, group classes, and even community college courses are acceptable as long as the 50% rule is followed. Students enrolled in public school programs, charter school programs, full-time college programs, or other programs where more than 50% of the school time is spent in the supervision of a school setting or where the public school receives 50% funding for the student’s attendance or where the public school system, umbrella school, on-line school assigns the grades without parent participation, are not considered home schooled. Revised 5-4-14

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