"I am of Mason"

For when one says, "I am of Mason," and another, "I am of Wilson," are you not mere men?

What then is Mason?

And what is Wilson?

Servants through whom you learned, even as the Lord gave opportunity to each one...

I read Bauer first, then Mason, then Bortins... 

but God was the one equipping me and growing my children. 

According to the grace of God which was given to us, 

we have raised our children in the Lord...

So let no one boast in female educators or male educators. 

For all things belong to you, Christian homeschooling mother, 

whether Mason or Wilson or Bauer or Bortins...

all things belong to you, 

and you belong to Christ, 

and Christ belongs to God. 



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