A Thanksgiving Reading for Home Educators

By Mike McHugh, November 4, 2011 10:51 am

A Thanksgiving Reading For Home Educators

In the U.S., one of the few holidays on the calendar that has not been stripped of its biblical and historical significance is Thanksgiving. It is still vital, however, for Christian home educators to continue to celebrate and promote this most excellent holiday before the face of their communities in order that this special celebration will remain centered on giving thanks to God for His manifold blessings.

The text that follows, originally written in the nineteenth century by Mr. F.W. Greenwood, would make an excellent reading for home school families during the Thanksgiving season. A true Thanksgiving celebration, after all, is not complete unless families take the time to come together, in spite of their busy schedules, to sing praises to the God of their fathers and to talk of the ways in which the Lord has blessed and moved in the past. If you are determined to make this Thanksgiving season one of genuine spiritual significance, then by all means take the time to sing praises to the God of all grace and read portions of the Holy Scripture to your family. In addition, set aside time to share readings with your children like the one listed below, so they will learn more about the faith of their pilgrim and puritan forefathers …the ones who originally established the thanksgiving tradition. Continue reading 'A Thanksgiving Reading for Home Educators'»

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