The planning of a full and cumulative education can be challenging. If you are a parent or teacher concerned with educating your children without compromising your Christian principles, the balance between a Biblical foundation and secular curriculum can be difficult to maintain. What is education, but the opportunity to influence and inspire a new generation? Whether you choose public education, private school or homeschooling, there are resources available that can provide guidance, support and advice for anyone looking to foster a strong Christian education. We’ve compiled a list of some of the best.
Great resources for Christian teachers in the public school system.
This is a truly excellent website for Christian teachers working in the public school system. Given the highly-regulated curriculums and government mandated separation of Church and State, upholding one’s Christian values in the classroom can seem impossible. This website offers strong advice and a large variety of resources for teaching several subjects while upholding your Christian values. Subjects such as social studies, health and science can offer exceptional challenges to dogma, and ChristianTeacher.org provides some great tips for what can become a very sticky educational situation.
>> ChristianTeacher.org – christianteacher.org
Expanding Christian Education with distance learning.
This is a website created by the Ace Ministries organization that is dedicated to the education of children using Christian curriculums in either private school or home school situations. This site is an excellent resource for both students and educators, providing links and information for global education providers and numerous Christian student conventions. Aceministries.com also offers guidance for those interested in opening their own Christian schools, as well as distance learning options such as online courses.
>> AceMinistries.com – aceministries.com
Education through public schools and children’s ministries.
This website is a great resource for all sorts of teaching materials and activities for homeschoolers, public school teachers and children’s ministries. Offering everything from craft activities to coloring pages and award certificates, TeacherHelp.org works diligently to offer these resources at little or no cost to teachers in an effort to promote and encourage the spread of Christian ministry and education.
>> TeacherHelp.org – teacherhelp.org
Pursuing a Christian education while staying in touch with the modern world.
The Center for Reformed Theology and Apologetics has developed this wonderful website in the hopes of promoting Christian education and overcoming the outdated preconceptions typically associated with a religious education. With information linked to recent political movements and regular updates regarding the political movements regarding faith and spirituality in education, this site is an excellent resource for those who want to encourage an education based on Christian faith.
>> Reformed.org – reformed.org
Understanding the philosophy behind a Christian education.
This homeschooling website offers an excellent view into the philosophy behind Christian education. This site offers an excellent opportunity for those outside the realm of Christian educators to learn more about what motivates their faithful counterparts. With the intention of promoting understanding, tolerance and cooperation, homeschool.org is a wonderful website that can open up a new world of possibilities for those looking to enrich their educational programs.
>> Homeschool.org – homeschool.org
Applying a Christian education on a global scale.
This website, created by the General Board of Discipleship of the United Methodist Church, is a ministry based site that offer valuable information regarding the successful development of a Christian education, including the value of mission work and global awareness. With resources for teacher development and educational materials, this site is an excellent source of information for anyone looking to learn more about Christian education on a global scale.
>> GBOD.org – gbod.org
Finding the right Christian school for grades K-12.
This website is perfect for parents who are concerned with sending their children to a Christian school rather than a public school. The site addresses issues such as tuition, standardized testing and the advantages of choosing a private, Christian education. If you have a school age child, and are unsatisfied with the offering of the public school system, this website can help you locate the Christian school most appropriate for your needs and expectations.
>> DiscoverChristianSchools.com – discoverchristianschools.com
Get a Christian college education online.
A Christian education does not have to end at high school. While there are Christian colleges and universities located across the country, relocating may not be an option. For those seeking a Christian based higher education, onlinechristiancolleges.org can help you find the best online classes from the best Christian schools from across the nation.
>> OnlineChristianColleges.com – onlinechristiancolleges.com