Why is Christian Education important?

Kinder1American author Robert Fulghum became famous with his collection of writings, All I really need to know I learned in Kindergarten (1988) where he explains how the world would be improved if adults adhered to the same basic rules as children and lived “a balanced life” of work, play, and learning.

Early childhood education, formally and informally, involves playing fun games, entertainment, distraction and party time; but it is more than just playing to fill time, in the end all these activities achieve the goal of learning something that will stick in the little people’s life till the end.

In the Christian School of Camiri we have Proverbs 22:6 as our motto. The word “train up” is translated in other Bible versions as “direct, initiate, teach a youth, give instruction” and my favorite one, “start children off”.

Christian Education has its own challenges today in many areas irrelevant to the point I want to make today; the sure thing is, it is not an option to keep Christian Education where possible available. We need, with God’s help, to conquer the obstacles. It is imparting knowledge that sets a life in motion in the right direction.

KECC

 

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