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Tuition is never an issue!

This is a very real problem and one of the most common parental objections. Christian schools cost money, a lot of money. But before we get too carried away with fiscal concerns, we need to ask ourselves an important question: Do we have a moral obligation to give our children a Christian education? If so, then God will do for us what He does anytime He gives us a command. He will give us the means to obey it.

Statements like: “God will make a way” or “If He’s called you, He will equip you” may sound a little trite, but they happen to be true. If you have a biblical mandate to provide your children with a Christian education – and all of us have to make that determination for ourselves – God will not let a little thing like insufficient funds stop you from obeying Him. Not if you are committed to hearing and obeying His will in the matter.

He may give you a raise or provide a part-time job. He may show you how to cut a few corners. One way or another He will make a way – because if educating your children in a Christian setting is a genuine responsibility, the financial cost becomes a genuine need. And God has promised to supply all your needs according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus. In some cases, churches have been known to assist their members. Sometimes grandparents, aunts and uncles are able to provide financial support. Financial aid may be available through the school for needy families.

At the end of the day, God may ask you to have a step of faith. Then another. Then another. Pretty soon you will be walking in a promise that has been repeated so often it has become the quintessential Christian cliche. When God calls us to a task, He equips us to fulfill it. The Red Sea was no match for Him. The red in your checkbook will not be either!
Link to “Maine Children’s Scholarship Fund”