iCARE: Accept 2 (Curriculum!)

Parents For Choice

“Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter.” – Isaiah 5:20.

What could be more important to us than our children and their training? Are you aware that at this very moment there is a battle going on for the minds and hearts of your children? There is currently a concerted effort in Alberta to eliminate educational choice. It appears that the Minister of Education is desiring to limit, perhaps even abolish, all private, religious, and home schools in our province. You may be saying to yourself, “my children are in a public or separate school and so this doesn’t concern me.” Or, “I’m beyond the age of parenting, and so why should I care?” Well, I’m afraid the concerns go well beyond what you have been led to believe.

While we thank God for a democratic country, we must remember that our responsibility does not end at the ballot box. Our Minister of Education and those surrounding him have gone beyond the boundaries of their mandate and have broken faith with parents. We recently became aware of practices that indicate that our children are being indoctrinated with unrestrained tutoring in a variety of deviant sexual expressions. How has this happened? How can this subversive activity be happening to trusting children and families in our province? Without going into the details of what these issues are, this letter is intended to challenge to you to GET EDUCATED on the education of your children. Here are a few things you can do to be informed.

1. Subscribe to “Parents for Choice” in Education

iCare – Accept – Part 1 (Pastor Peter Visscher) (Video!)

“The Father’s House exists to help people find their way home to God and live as disciples who CARE.” Today’s curriculum will focus on the second value in our CARE acronym, “acceptance.” We hope that as you read the following passages and answer the questions, you’ll discover what it means to “accept yourself and others while pursuing maturity together.”

iCare – Accept – Part 1 (Pastor Peter Visscher)

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“The Father’s House exists to help people find their way home to God and live as disciples who CARE.” Today’s curriculum will focus on the second value in our CARE acronym, “acceptance.” We hope that as you read the following passages and answer the questions, you’ll discover what it means to “accept yourself and others while pursuing maturity together.”

iCARE: Accept Part 1 (Curriculum!)

March 24th @ Impact Youth

It’s a house night this week.

Pastor Matt will be sharing part 2 of his sermon series on Matthew 16:13, Who do you say that I am?

Come ready to worship, and to have a great night.

See you at La Maison at 7pm

iCare – Celebrate – Part 2 (Pastor Greg Fraser) (Video!)

“The Father’s House exists to help people find their way home to God and live as disciples who CARE.” Today’s curriculum will focus on the first value in our CARE acronym, “celebration.” We hope that as you read the following passages and answer the questions, you’ll discover what it means to “celebrate Jesus in every area of your life.”

iCare – Celebrate – Part 2 (Pastor Greg Fraser)

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“The Father’s House exists to help people find their way home to God and live as disciples who CARE.” Today’s curriculum will focus on the first value in our CARE acronym, “celebration.” We hope that as you read the following passages and answer the questions, you’ll discover what it means to “celebrate Jesus in every area of your life.”

iCARE: Celebrate Part 2 (Curriculum!)

March 17th @ Impact Youth

Hey guys and gals, Its a special house night this Friday at La Maison, as Josh and Chelsea McManus are going to be leading us in the game, Fear Factor.

Also, Sam is going to be sharing his testimony.

It ‘s gonna be a great night.

See you at 7Pm.