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HOMESCHOOLIOWA.ORG

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EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

Tom Krueger

EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS

Elizabeth Bailey,

Joe Bailey, Hannah Kratzer, Julie Naberhaus,

Kristyn Yoder

PRINCIPAL DESIGNER

Alyssa Yoder, BFA

GRAPHIC CONTRIBUTOR

Sadie Desaulniers

COVER PHOTO

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PHOTOGRAPHIC CONTRIBUTORS

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ADVERTISING COORDINATOR

Joe Desaulniers

PRINTER

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NICHE board of directors

PRESIDENT

Tom Krueger

VICE PRESIDENT

Brad Dittmer

MEMBERS

Joe and Elizabeth Bailey

Brad and Sarah Dittmer | Tom Krueger

Dan and Polly Lilly | Kristyn Yoder

support staff

TREASURER

Joe Bailey

VICE TREASURER

Delmar Mohler

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT AND

RECORDING SECRETARY

Julie Naberhaus

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To provide Christ-centered events,

communication, and resources to better

equip, inform, and encourage Iowa home

educators to the glory of God!

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Volume 7 Issue 3

Homeschool Iowa

is a quarterly publication of the Network of Iowa Christian Home Educators (NICHE), a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving the needs of home educators in Iowa.

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Homeschool Iowa

are the property of NICHE unless noted. Copyright 2016. The opinions expressed in articles and letters are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of NICHE.

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what’s the point?

The NICHE Board believes that even more important than quality academics is eternal salva-

tion from the penalty and power of sin. While we come from different church backgrounds,

we, with all true Christians, agree on the fundamentals of salvation:

1. All people are in rebellion against the God who created them and deserve eternal

punishment for that rebellion (sin).

2. God, in love, sent His sinless Son, Jesus Christ, who died on the cross as payment

for the sins of sinful humanity, rising again from the dead.

3. Jesus’ death and resurrection provide forgiveness of all sin and reconciliation with

God to any who repent and believe in Him.

4. Salvation cannot be earned by any act on our part; it must be received as a free

gift by faith in Jesus Christ alone.

If you’d like to talk more with someone about your relationship with Jesus Christ, we invite

you to write

niche@homeschooliowa.org

for a confidential and biblical response.

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