Who better to educate your children than the person who cares most about who they will be when they grow up? The one who is concerned not just with their academic achievement, but also their character?
Who better to educate your children than the person who knows them fully, their every mood, every cue, every weakness, and every strength?
Who better to educate your children than someone who would research and commit weeks to finding just the right tools to help them succeed?
Who better to educate your children than the person who refuses to move on until they understand fully?
Who better to educate your children than the person who will move more quickly when the subject matter is easy?
Who better to educate your children than someone who can tailor the curriculum to fit their needs, their aptitude, their pace?
Who better to educate your children than the one who would invest the very last resources to see them develop their gifts and passions?
Who better to educate your children than the person who would labor all night in prayer to see them standing fully assured in all the will of God?
Who better to educate your children than the person who would prefer to see them succeed spiritually than have any other accomplishment in the world?
Teachers come and teachers go. The teacher who seemed to love your child back then may not even remember his name today. Yet you will still be here—with an unquenchable desire for his best—an unrelenting heart dedicated to seeing him reach his full potential, fulfilling the dreams in his heart and walking in the great purpose God has for his life.
You are God’s chosen vessel to make certain your child walks the path for which they were created.
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