Gregg Harris





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Gregg Harris is a follower of Jesus Christ who serves as a practical theologian, social philosopher and local church reformer/pastor. He attempts to walk in the giant footsteps of great men such as Martin Luther, John Calvin, Abraham Kuyper, Theodore Roosevelt, Francis Schaeffer, Dr. David Wells, Dr. Albert Mohler, Dr. Wayne Grudem and Dr. John Piper. He currently serves as a Teaching Elder of Household of Faith Community Church, in Gresham, OR (see www.hofcc.org) and as the Director of Noble Institute for Leadership Development, a not-for-profit educational organization (see www.nobleinstitute.org.) Gregg is internationally known as a pioneer advocate in the Christian home schooling movement, author a best selling book, The Christian Home ...more

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The Christian Home School

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The Original 21 Rules of Th...

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The Basic Home Schooling Wo...

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The A to Z Guide to Home Sc...

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The Yellow Pages Guide to E...

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Truth And Light

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“Do ordinary things extraordinarily well.”
Gregg Harris

“In telling these stories of our Nation's past, however, let's not be so zealous in correcting liberal historians that we create our own historical revisionism. If the Founding Fathers were alive today, some of them would not want to go to the typical Evangelical church. Some were influenced by the pagan Enlightenment, as well as the Protestant Reformation. one historical figure (not a Founding Father) who's been misrepresented in our quest to find Christian heroes is Johnny Appleseed. He's routinely pictured as a nice man who went around scattering apple seeds everywhere and toting a Bible under his arm. The fact is, Johnny Appleseed was a missionary for Swedenbogrism, a spiritist cult. This cult taught many false doctrines and claimed that the writings of the Apostle Paul had no place in the Bible. When a child hears that Johnny Appleseed is a 'godly hero' and then discovers that he was in fact a cult member, what will he logically conclude about everything he's been taught?”
Gregg Harris, The Christian Home School

“Patience means awaiting God's time, without doubting God's love.”
Gregg Harris



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