Growing in Christ at a Secular College – MBFLP 126

Washington And Lee College, Virginia. (Photo by Education Images/UIG via Getty Images)

Washington And Lee College, Virginia. (Photo by Education Images/UIG via Getty Images)

Christian parents may struggle with the cost of sending their sons and daughters to a Christian college, and to be honest, some courses of studies are very hard to find among Christian schools — even if you can afford them. Our son John Calvin received scholarships to attend two secular universities, and he found the opportunity not only to defend the faith but to grow in it. This episode is an excerpt from his recent workshop, “Christ and College,” from the APACHE Convention in Peoria, Illinois!

MBFLP 94 – Choosing A College

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If you’re planning on college for your homeschool grad-to-be, how do you make the choice? Is a Christian college the only acceptable alternative? Should they dive into the mission field of public universities? Or is there a middle ground in a conservative private school? For different reasons, our three graduates so far have ended up at all three alternatives, and we’ve learned some pros as well as cons for all of them. Join us for some thoughts about the choice of a college for your student!

Some Other Episodes On College Issues

No. 28, “Making College Visits Count”
No. 44, “Staying¬†Christian in College”
No. 45, “Academic Success in College”