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HOMESCHOOLING IN TEXAS: WHAT’S THE LAW?
Discussed by Stephanie Lambert
with Texas HS Coalition



Are you jumping into homeschooling your child for the first time this year? The Texas Homeschool Coalition is here to help! Click here  for their “7 Steps to Begin Homeschooling” help guide.

For additional resources from THSC, click here.



HOW TO WITHDRAW YOUR CHILD FROM PUBLIC SCHOOL IN TEXAS
Discussed by Stephanie Lambert
with Texas HS Coalition

It is not uncommon to feel overwhelmed when looking at all the information about homeschooling your child for the first time.

There is good news, though! It is super easy to get started! Click here  for the TEXAS withdrawal form and simple instructions on what to do.

For additional resources from THSC, click here.



HOMESCHOOLING: EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
Discussed by Stephanie Lambert
with Texas HS Coalition


Day 2

The Coronavirus has thrown everyone a loop – especially parents of school-age children and teens. Many parents are contemplating homeschooling for the 2020-2021 school year. Are you one of them? Do you have a million questions?

Every day this week, Stephanie Lambert will be answering some of the most commonly asked questions regarding homeschooling. You can find more about Stephanie and the Texas Home School Coalition here.

Questions/Issues Discussed:

Are there many homeschool support groups throughout Texas?

What types of co-ops and other extracurricular activities are available for homeschool students and their families?

Has the THSC seen an increase in inquiries since the school lockdown began?

Click the link above for all the information you need to know about co-ops and groups for homeschoolers.



WHAT DOES “CARE” LOOK LIKE?
Discussed by Pastor Johnny Teague
with Johnny Teague for Congress (www.checkjohnnyforcongress.org/)


Part 1 of 2

There is so much division in our country – in our world. How do you teach someone what “care” looks like?

Pastor Johnny Teague is a candidate for Congress, District 9. Today Pastor Teague discusses an experience he recently had while block walking.

You can learn more about Pastor Teague here.

Questions/Issues Discussed:

What is meant by block walking?

Why did a constituent recently ask Pastor Teague “How do you teach someone what 'care' looks like?

What was Pastor Teague’s response?




PART 2 OF 2 - WHAT DOES “CARE” LOOK LIKE?
Discussed by Pastor Johnny Teague
with Johnny Teague for Congress (www.checkjohnnyforcongress.org/)

Questions/Issues Discussed:

What does our nation need?

Are we collectively not caring for each other?

How long has Johnny Teague been a pastor? What is his church like? Are they thriving during this COVID season?



PSALMS FOR LIVING
Discussed by Terry Lowry
with Host of the What's UP Radio Program


Today’s Psalms for Living devotion is from Psalm 89:46-48

We have a huge advantage over those who lived before Christ. Yes, there were believers then, but it is much different now. Theologians call this “progressive revelation”. Throughout history, God has revealed himself to people in many different ways.

Mark uses righteousness as a specific example in today’s devotion and cites several Scripture passages. Old Testament passages describe righteousness differently than the New Testament. After Jesus’s birth, life, death, and resurrection, righteousness took on a whole new meaning.

We have no more need to fear!

To order your copy of “Psalms for Living” by Mark Lanier, click here.



ASPENS AND WALKING
Discussed by Mark Lanier
with Biblical Literacy (www.Biblical-Literacy.com)


Mark Lanier has some encouragement for us during the Coronavirus quarantine.

Mark continues to discuss the Greek word koinonia. Are Christians perfect? Absolutely not! But we are to strive to be like Jesus – like God – in all we do, especially in regards to other believers.

He says this: “Today shine like a golden aspen leaf in the fall, along with all of your brothers and sisters in Christ. That's how you were made: all connected.

Scripture Reference: 1 John 1:6

This week, Mark uses a lot of visual explanations in his video. Click here  for today’s full video.



LESSON 21: THE TABERNACLE PART 7
Discussed by Mark Lanier
with Biblical Literacy (www.Biblical-Literacy.com)


Day 2

Mark Lanier continues with his Road to Emmaus series, which is in The Tabernacle series, which is also in the Corona series. The last few weeks, he has studied the Valley of the Dry Bones, which can be found in our archives.

This week, Mark looks at small details from Isaiah 6 which point to Jesus in the New Testament.

If you have a prayer request, need Scripture encouragement, or would like a copy of Mark’s lessons each week, email wantmore@biblical-literacy.org

Questions/Issues Discussed:

Historical Context: Isaiah 6:1

King Uzziah was a great king, but he did something that caused God to strike him with leprosy. What did he do?
Why was the Tabernacle or Temple so sacred?

What three things can we learn from Isaiah 6:1 about God?
1. God is sitting upon a throne. He is The Ruler.
2. God is high and lifted up. He is not ordinary.
3. God’s trail of his robe filled the room. No one was like Him.

What three things can we learn from Isaiah 6:2-4 about angels and angelic worship?
1. They called out to each other: Holy, holy, holy.
2. God is the Lord of Hosts (everything).
3. The whole earth is filled with His glory.

What three things can we learn from Isaiah 6:5 about Isaiah? Tune in tomorrow for the answers!

For up to date information about when Mark Lanier’s Biblical Literacy class will resume in-person lessons, click here.



WHAT IS COMMUNION?
Discussed by Pastor Ed Ethridge
with Champion Forest Baptist Church (www.ChampionForest.org)


Day 2

This week, Pastor Ed Ethridge will be discussing several aspects of Communion:
The history of Communion
Some myths surrounding Communion
Open and Closed Communion
Holy Communion
Who can participate in Communion

On Friday, we will hold an on-air communion service.

Questions/Issues Discussed:

Is Communion necessary every service, once a week, or once a month? Is one time in a lifetime sufficient?

What is Closed Communion?

What is Open Communion?

How should people prepare their hearts for Communion?

For more details about Champion Forest Baptist Church, click here:



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