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Raising Leaders, Not Followers: A Biblical Approach to Leadership Education (Christian Leadersip) Paperback – July 11, 2017
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Thank you for taking the time to put together valuable training material on leadership education. Everyone else I know that homeschools is on the conveyor belt to keep up with the public education counterpart. Thank you for being a "voice in the desert" that will give guidance to us "many lone horses" that are headed your way. Cherie, Homeschool Parent
Kerry packs this book with tons of practical ideas for implementing a leadership education. . Grab a highlighter or pen and begin to make specific notes of how you'll raise leaders...not followers!.
Diane Lockman, Classical Scholar & Author of Trivium Mastery
I couldn't "figure it out" or how to implement it. I wanted a Christian perspective so thank God for you bringing this all together! Lisa, Homeschool Parent
About the Author
After 10 years of homeschooling (her kids have graduated), she enjoys meeting with moms to encourage them in raising, educating and encouraging their own kids. She has a strong desire to show families how to give their children a love of learning. In her spare time, Kerry enjoys cooking, quilting, having coffee with her friends. And chocolate, too!
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The book was easy to read and captured my interest. I would definitely recommend this book to any homeschooling parents who want some new ideas for homeschooling. I loved her use of Scriptures from the Bible, quotes and other visual methods of displaying information. There is a study guide available along with a remarkable list of resources to refer to if a reader desires. I definitely needed the reminder to focus on God and character rather than checking off boxes to match what public school students are doing.
Kerry Beck brings a wealth of knowledge, experiences, and insights on how to raise students who can think for themselves and be visionaries rather than just regurgitating answers that have been fed to them by classroom teachers.
Once again I definitely recommend this book highly