A 2009 Stanford study found that 22 percent of heterosexual American couples who met between 20 met on the Internet.In April 2011 alone, 25 million unique users around the world accessed an online dating site, according to one industry report. The dating site Christian Mingle saw three million new members in 2012.Sites for every possible Christian subgroup, from Sovereign Grace Singles to Menno Meet, have popped up like mushrooms.While concerns about online dating do surface, many now view Internet dating as simply another venue in which to find a marriage partner.We believe that the goal of education is to discover God’s truth and to apply it to our lives. Since God’s truth is limitless, we view education as a life-long process of seeking after the truth.The primary source of God’s truth is the Bible, which we believe is the complete and final revelation.Several years ago, when 32-year-old Catherine Langford heard the words "online dating," she thought, "Losers do this kind of thing." Today, the clinical psychologist has been dating her boyfriend, a pastor she met on e Harmony, for over 19 months.The fact is that more and more of today's romantic relationships start online.
Contact the church office for additional information.In a homeschooling environment, the father takes the role as the “headmaster” of the home.He guides and directs the mission and vision of the family’s education, giving support and care for his wife.This means that parents have the ultimate responsibility before God to provide for godly instruction for their children.We further believe instruction happens in the daily activities of life (Deuteronomy 6:6-9).
The wife has a complementary role, usually acting as the primary “teacher” in the family.