Welcome to the SCEE Connect for this quarter. In this edition are articles on:
- Train Up a Child
- From the Chairman
- Our Homeschool Journey
- Homeschooling Everyday Learning
- Book Reviews
- Empowering Others Through A.C.E.
- Graduation Certificate Process
- NEW History Depth Studies
- Convention 2016
- Rosetta Stone
- Raising Stars Institute, Indonesia
- 2017 Regional Student Convention Dates
- SEW & SET Explained
- More than Education
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Apologetics – Science verses Religion
by Mark Bromley
Over the course of the next few articles, I wish to address some of the major untruths that are actively promoted by
Atheism. In this article, I wish to discuss the lie that ‘Science and Religion are at war, ‘fact versus faith.’
Our Home School Journey
by Nik and Helen Karanikas
What an awesome and delightful privilege we in Australia are given to homeschool our children! Our journey with Christian Home Education started over 20 years ago, after the birth of our first child, when we were introduced to the A.C.E. curriculum by a friend. We have been strong believers in providing our six children with a Christ-centered
education, and A.C.E. has enabled us to provide the academic side of this.
Our Managing Director, Mr Slabbert Pretorius, is currently out in the field at the A.C.E. Tasmanian Student Convention. Herewith an exciting and encouraging update from our MD:
The Tasmanian Student Convention is getting better and better every year! Mr Alan Horne officially declared the convention open. It was an excellent opening night with brilliant student performances. The attendance is good and the participation is vibrant. A young Mr Bosveld inspired his peers with a message about the values of the Armour of God and Mr Roy Savage ended the meeting with a humorous, but relevant challenge. Mr Savage’s topic under our convention theme ‘…for such a Time as This’ was ‘Touched by God.’
The second day of the A.C.E. Tasmanian Student Convention was a real blessing! It was really encouraging to see the number of senior students attending and their involvement in performances. Camp Clayton is a wonderful campsite and the food is really good. This enhances the Convention experience. The fellowship during breakfast, lunch and tea is definitely one of the many benefits and highlights of this Convention. We were also incredibly blessed during the rally meeting at night with excellent performances by the students. One of the students had nearly all of us in tears with her heartfelt speech. Mr Roy Savage again blessed us with a great message and challenged us to believe in God’s good thoughts about us.
The support given to the students by the teachers and sponsors have blessed me tremendously! This most certainly is Christian Education in action. Well done teachers, parents and students in Tasmania!
-Mr Slabbert Pretorius