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Are parents to blame for violence in public schools if they do not push to Christianize their school district?

Yes, parents are responsible for not pushing to Christianize their public school district if there is violence in their local public schools that leads to the death of their children.

It is the responsibility of Christian parents to make sure that their children are receiving an education that acknowledges that Bible’s morality (such as The Ten Commandments) are respected in their public schools where their children attend.

Negligence on the part of parents to push to have Bible in the public school curriculum is directly responsible for rising violence in their local public schools.

Right now, there can be violence via bombs, knife, guns, poison, etc. perpetrated by public students against other public students, if Christ is not brought back into the public schools of the United States of America.

Parents must understand that they are to blame for not pushing to Christianize their local public schools.

You reap what you sow!

 

Should Christian parents tell their children the value of hard work?

2 Thessalonians 3:10 is clear in emphasizing that Christians must work for their food:

For even while we were with you, we gave you this command: “If anyone is unwilling to work, he shall not eat.”

It is a command of the New Testament that those who do not work should not eat.

It is important for Christians to understand that Christians are commanded to work.  In other words, a Christian should not just pray for food and wait for food, a Christian must work in order to eat.  Thus, the church should discourage free food programs, such as SNAP (food stamp) for those able bodies who can work.

Christian politicians should vote against free money for able bodies who do not work, and Christians should vote against politicians who want to promote giving free government money to people who can work.

America’s Christians should focus on bringing jobs back to America and to making sure American companies do not take jobs out of America to other countries.

It is important for Christian parents to teach their children explicitly and regularly that they must work in order to eat.  This is a command of the New Testament.

Parents should tell their children not to drink alcohol or party.  Christian parents should tell their children to study hard and avoid wasting time and doing things that displease God.

American students who think that college is for partying will not be prepared for the work place.  Too many parties in America’s colleges are the reason why America’s college graduates are irresponsible and unemployed and often become alcohol-dependent (or even alcoholics).

Recent news about drinking parties and deaths from drinking on college campuses show what is socially wrong in America.  Drinking in college leads to immorality, irresponsibility, and possible injury and death from drinking.

Christian parents should guide their children to jobs that will fully support them and their family in the future.

It is important for Christian parents to prepare their children for jobs that will support them for the rest of their life.  Churches must preach the value of work as St. Paul did, and so should Christian parents.  “Let him who will not work, let him not eat!”

Christian churches should cut their food programs for the poor and focus on evangelization and Christianization and guiding people to work.  Christian churches should focus on teaching that it is unethical for American companies to take jobs out of America, as Apple is doing to create iPhones in India, rather than in the USA, where many jobs are needed.

One wise direction for Christian children is to go into teaching in an elementary school.  Average starting salary for teachers range from around $40,000 to $50,000 (in some states, more!).  This means that a Christian child who starts to work after college at the age 22 is guaranteed that starting pay with 2 month summer vacation, 2 week Christmas Vacation, and 1 week Easter Vacation.  And there is salary increase of around $2,000, every year.

Christian parents have a duty to direct their children’s life, so that they will not drink alcohol, do drugs, go to parties that lead to sin.

Christian parents must make sure that their children are doing their homework, getting good grades, going to college and to gainful employment that will financially support them and their family for the rest of their life.

There is great demand for teachers in all 50 states.  If your child becomes a teacher, your child is guaranteed a job as a teacher with a starting salary of around $40,000 to $50,000 (or more in some states!) at the age of 22.

Help your child to have job security by encouraging your child to go into elementary school teaching.

There is no other job that has 100% guaranteed employment in all 50 states, with starting pay at over $40,000, with around 3 months of vacation (every year!) at the age of 22.  Your guiding your child to becoming a teacher may be the greatest earthly gift you can give to your child.

What is a good college major for my daughter?

Parents are responsible for guiding the child’s education.

Guiding a child’s education is a Christian responsibility of parents.

Puritans were good parents, and that is why they used the Puritan’s Primer to teach alphabet to their children.

Sending your child to a Bible-centered Christian school during pre-K to 12th grade is a good idea to ensure that your child has developed a Christian value system.

It is important for Christian parents to ensure that their children grow up as Christians, who understand the Bible and can explain Bible principles to others.

Another important responsibility of Christian parents is to ensure that their children choose a profession that can make Christ shine in the world.

For Christian parents, it is important to make sure that your daughter marries a believing Christian and forms a Christian family.

And it is in this context of forming a Christian family, your daughter should find work in society (if she and her husband decide that she should work).

Becoming a teacher is a good idea for your daughter.

Teachers have 2 week Christmas vacation, 1 week Easter vacation, and 2 months vacation in the summer, so teachers can be involved in church Sunday school work.

Teachers can be home when their child comes home from school.

Most teacher schedules are from around 7:45 am to 3:00 pm.

And since your daughter will be teaching the same thing, year after year, being a teacher can become fairly easy and routine after a few years.

And teachers get paid around $42,000 per year, right out of college with a bachelor’s degree.

Being paid over $40,000 per year with over 3 months of vacation days per year is a pretty good deal, especially since there is generally mandatory raise per year.

There is teacher shortage in all 50 states, so your daughter is guaranteed a teaching job, if she majors in teacher education in college and receives a bachelor’s in education.

Many Christian colleges have teacher education program, so it is a good idea to send your daughter to major in teacher education at a Christian college.

They are guaranteed jobs after their graduation.

Teachers who graduate from Christian colleges are often preferred for teaching jobs.

It is a duty of Christian parents to guide professional goals of their daughters.

Give your daughters a future, filled with happiness and self-worth, being teachers, who can have it all:  family, children, and money to pay for things needed.