We do Bible as a family everyday. I would guess we spend about 45 minutes a day. Sometimes we simply read the Word and discuss, other times we do a formal study. Plus there is the daily discipleship...Sundays at church, youth group studies, etc... May I give a Bible credit per year to my son, or must he have actually done a formal Bible study with documented work done in a portfolio? Any wisdom? Thanks for any help/thoughts. I'm beginning to feel as though I'm stumbling towards the finish line, rather than sprinting. It's all about doubting myself at this point...
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I'm so excited to read this because it was a question that came up in my planning this week. DD will most likely go to a Christian college, so I was hoping that it would be appropriate to include Bible classes on her transcript.
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