It is our belief that the number of moral risks to children’s immortal souls is at such a level that homeschooling is the only real option. This might be controversial and many think it is beyond them, however we think that often it is the misunderstandings and the fear of the unknown that causes that reaction.
We have published five articles from homeschoolers at different stages highlighting both the benefits and the difficulties of homeschooling to help overcome many of the fears and misunderstandings used against it.
We intend to act as a facilitator for those approaching homeschool education to put families in touch with some of the excellent teachers now out of work due to “vaccine mandates.”
Written by Marion O’Halloran Marion O’Halloran has been married to Brady for 19 years, has 6 children and has been Homeschooling for 14 years. Her father, Bernard Sadler, was one of the founding members of what is now Family Life International, Australia. I never intended to homeschool. As a young single woman, I thought for […]
Written by Emma Button Emma Button is a catholic home schooling mother of 8 children from Sydney. An architect by training, Emma has a passion for art and literature. She and her husband Sam have been married for almost 20 years. When I was growing up some of my friends were home schooled and […]
Written by Monica Aarts Monica Aarts is married for seven years and is a mother of four daughters, has been homeschooling her children for around three years. Homeschooling is not for the faint hearted. Before having children, my husband and I were determined to homeschool our future children so that they would not miss out […]
Written by Helen Brearley Helen Brearley is married to Michael who is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of FLI. They live in the Southern Highlands town of Wingello and are well known around Catholic pro-life, pro-family circles. Have you ever taken on something that seems so enormous and beyond comprehension? Can you really […]
Written by Jane Gresser Jane Gresser, married for nearly 20 years, has been homeschooling for nearly 15 years. She and her husband, John, have 7 children. I’m a questioner. If you want me to do something, I’m generally going to ask “why?” or “how?” or “what’s it gonna cost?” not because I’m obstructive, but because […]