The time has come to once again ruffle some feathers. Something has to be said.
The sad thing is that I’m afraid most people will get the impression that I dislike all teachers, which couldn’t be further from the truth. My 2nd and 3rd oldest’s 1st grade teachers were AMAZING – truly godly women who genuinely cared about their students and respected the role of the family. Along the way, we’ve encountered many other teachers who have been blessings to everyone who encountered them.
Unfortunately, those teachers are now few and far between. Universities are now pumping out teachers who completely disregard the authority of parents, the priority of the family, and who insert themselves as the ruling authority over their students, trumping parents every chance they get.
They’re masters at convincing people that they do these things because they care, and to be fair, I’m sure some really do care, but when a teacher’s primary objective is to elevate either themselves or the school over the family, people need to wake up.
Since the schools have shut down, these teachers are scrambling to keep their place on the totem pole, and it has to STOP.
I made this video back in October for my MVP and VIP patrons, and even though kids are out of school right now, it’s still extremely relevant for today.
Between the bizarre teacher wave parades and the barrage of posts and articles downplaying the role parents pay in their children’s lives and educations, it’s very clear that the narrative remains the same – school is central, while family is a necessary evil.
Visit my channel today to learn how the Hegelian Dialectic, compulsory schooling, and the dissolution of the family are working together for the sake of the New World Order.
Homeschooling advocates, take heed – the number of groups and individuals bent on destroying our homeschooling freedom are on the rise and are more active than ever.
I find it highly ironic that this summit is being planned while ALL students are home. I also find it ironic that just a few years ago, Business Insider published an article about homeschooling bring the new path to Harvard.
We can no longer just sit back and shake our heads in exasperation. We need to DO something. We need to be vocal advocates for our children. I fear if we don’t, Huxley’s Brave New World will become reality much sooner than we thought.
Spread the word. The article I highlight in this video has an email for anyone who has questions about the summit. If you are a parent who has started homeschooling because of abuse in the school, email them. Let your voices be heard.
It’s time to stand up for our God-given rights. It’s time to act.
I made this video in response to some posts I’ve been seeing on social media made by both parents and educators.
It’s a sad world we’re living in when the efforts of parents are both undermined and forgotten…even by people who are parents themselves!
Today’s message is about one thing and one thing only… Parents ARE real teachers.
It’s undeniable that we’re living in extremely troubling times. Businesses are closed, schools are closed, and people are just plain scared.
I’ve been extremely saddened to see some parents in complete despair over the fact that schools are closed. A few have even outright said that now their kids will be “stupid.” (I wish I were joking.) It doesn’t help that people associated with the NEA have been tweeting sentiments that support these fears, so today I’m going to set the record straight…
KIDS DON’T NEED SCHOOL TO LEARN
After reading multiple posts and comments about people who are completely frantic over having to be with their kids, I felt led to make this video.
You see, I once was one of them. Back when my kids were still in school, I had the same mentality. I was away from my kids so much that I just didn’t know how to be with them.
I hope this is an encouragement to the moms out there who are feeling that their kids are a burden. It doesn’t have to feel that way, and it shouldn’t.
Ahhhhhh, back to the old socialization stigma again. Just when I thought I was safe, the assumptions have jumped back into my life in a most ironic way.
People are so programmed to believe that homeschoolers aren’t socialized that they will ignore all evidence before them proving otherwise. They will ignore the exceedingly bad behavior of children who are NOT homeschooled and cling to the idea that it’s HOMESCHOOLERS who don’t know how to act or behave around others.
I happen to disagree.
The other day, one of my subscribers messaged me and expressed her concern over a survey her daughter had to complete at school last week. She included a link to an article about it. I was horrified.
It seems that lately schools have been working at a fever pitch to not only indoctrinate children, but to sexualize them.
Parents, if your kids are in school, you have to be vigilant. Better yet, if at all possible, save them and get them out of school NOW. Do you honestly think they’ll get any better? Experience tells us they’ll only get worse.
I’ve held this in for a long time. In the past several months, I’ve encountered so many people who are upset over the state of our schools, whether it’s due to vaccine mandates, inappropriate curriculum, bullying, pedophiles school employees, etc. That’s completely understandable. People SHOULD be upset.
Unfortunately, most of these parents say they’re interested in homeschooling, only to instantly blow it off because they can’t live on one full time income.
I get it. There are a small number of people for which this is true…and I say very small. For the rest, their priorities could use some readjusting.
As a mom of 11, I KNOW how hard it is to live on one income. It’s a struggle, but in the end it comes down to what’s important.
Your possessions? Or your children?
Today I publically posted another archived Patreon video. I recorded this about 6 months ago when I was smack in the middle of one of the worst periods of my life. A day or two after I made this, my daughter was hospitalized for the second time in 6 weeks.
I really debated about whether or not to make this video public. This was very personal for me, and I honestly didn’t want to relive it.
But…I decided to go ahead and do it for one reason – to encourage people. Even when you’re going through some really terrible stuff, if you’ve got Jesus, there will be an unexplainable peace and strength that can come from nowhere but Him.
If you’re going through a crisis, trust in Him. Believe that He is with you, because He is. Instead of saying, “You’ve got this,” I’m going to say, “He’s got this.” Lay it at His feet. You are blessed.