Today’s Geography Teacher: Pop

When you homeschool, your lessons can take many different forms. Today’s geography lesson included Pop and Mary Anneliese looking at a world map that shows people groups who have not been reached with the gospel of Jesus Christ. I bet they spent 30 minutes looking at this map and finding the areas where there are few Christians. Somehow they worked in the display of Mexico from last week’s Taste of the Nation’s program that is on the floor beside them. In fact, as I type, Mary Anneliese has moved on to other things and Pop is still looking at the map. Maybe he’s considering a call to foreign missions. Pack your bags, Mom. You might be going on a one-way trip to Mumbai. Or to Seoul, South Korea, which is what they are actually looking at. They were trying to find out about Yoida Full Gospel Church, which is the largest church in the world. It has over 800,000 members. Sorry about the pillar of light that is fading out the rest of the picture. Do you see why I need that new camera so badly?


  1. crisismaven says

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