Resources for Christian Unschoolers
Christian Radical Unschoolers

Christian-Unschooling.comDiscovering God's world in freedom and joy

Cathy Koetsier, the site owner, wrote:
My hope with the website/discussion list is that it help interested homeschooling Christians to gain deeper insight into the difference between the (very few) ‘have tos’ and the many societal and cultural and religious expectations that pose as ‘have tos’. I am always saddened by the idea so prevalent amongst Christians that education equals force and control in the name of ‘character building’.

The longer we live unschooling, the more I realise that the similarities between secular and Christian expressions of unschooling are much greater than the differences. However, the differences are important, and can cause a lot of confusion. Enough to stop people exploring the possibility of taking hold of the freedom that is theirs. This always seems a terribly sad thing. Gal 5:1 comes to mind.

So I have tried, am trying to create a context in which people can explore these important differences, and discover that yes, they can unschool their children and still live as Christians, ie that there is no compromising required.

Christian Unschooling.comEncouragement and resources for Christian unschooling, relaxed/eclectic home educating families living in freedom in Christ.

Christian Unschooling (facebook page): http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=93561561941

Unschooling Catholics

Parenting in Jesus' Footsteps: http://www.parentinginjesusfootsteps.org/

Parents for Nonviolent Parenting: http://www.nospank.net/cnpindex.htmA yahoo group I had listed has disappeared, but here is a search page for Christian unschooling groups on yahoo; this is not a recommendation, just a resource: http://groups.yahoo.com/search?query=christian+unschoolers&sort=relevance

Sparkling Adventures blog has a growing list of unschoolers. http://www.sparklingadventures.com/index.php?id=985 Thanks to Darcel Harmon for that note.

An attachment parenting site for Christians, sent by Abi: http://www.gentlechristianmothers.com/

Mary Feeding Jesus Grapes Mindful Parenting Parenting Peacefully