Profiles of Home Education Part 2

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Today we will look at two homeschooled students who are leading in two different arenas.  Photography as a field of artistic study and in the Pro-life movement as a warrior of righteousness.

My goal is to encourage families and show how Home Education takes the lead when students are liberated to pursue the good works God has prepared for them.  These children are not prodigies or geniuses.  They have just been given an education according to the Hebrew model of leading and guiding them in the way they should go throughout the day.

These students are free to explore about the world God has created and the social world of the generation they are a part of.

Here are a couple more examples:

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Zev Hoover is a 14 year old homeschooled photo artist who has received many offers for his photos which have made it big online.   Here is his story.

http://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2013/06/28/zev-hoover-fanciful-visions-become-internet-sensation/Ob1mExyJM2C5Phm5VHruiI/story.html

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LiLa Rose of Live Action

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Lila Rose is one of 8 homeschooled siblings who was grasped with a passion to save the babies’ livesShe is now a powerful national shaker and mover.  But I met her when she was 14 years old, in her family’s living room.  She would go with me to high schools to share her values about abstinence but her passion was always to end abortion.  She would arrange meetings with her friends and siblings to brainstorm on ideas how to educate the public about the horrors of abortion.   As I was able I would arrange meetings for her and her team to speak to youth groups and public schools.

 

Would you believe me if I told you she is a very quiet girl.  It reminds me of what Peter meant by a “quiet spirit”.  But  she was “as bold as a lion.”  It was then that Live Action was birthed.  Quickly many young students joined her movement.liveaction

Here is her story now:

http://www.liveaction.org/lilarose/

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