The Joshua Generation: Restoring the Heritage of Christian Leadership
According to Michael Farris, the small number of students being schooled at home today is estimated to be between 3 percent to 5 percent of the school-aged population. He says, "I am convinced that this small percentage of students will grow into a very large percentage of the highest leaders of the next generation who take seriously the Christian assignment of redeeming culture, especially in the most visible vocations." This belief is at the heart of the focus in The Joshua Generation. "As a result of this belief and confidence in God's plan for the future, I take it very seriously when I am introduced to future senators, governors, presidents, and Supreme Court justices. Like their parents, I see great things for our nation through the Joshua Generation.-Michael Farris.
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