Harvest have Christian School because we want it to produce a church full of kids on fire for God, we are in for disappointment. I have to say I get a little exasperated when critics of the Christian School attack its validity because of kids who come out of them, who do not love the Lord. Christian Schools cannot replace Christian homes. Backslidden carnal parents will have backslidden carnal kids. Even if those kids are in Christian Schools. It is not the absence of the world that makes a great Christian! It is the presence of God on them that makes the difference!
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