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Steve Hake

Steve Hake


Former columnist for Practical Homeschooling Magazine.

As a university professor, Steven has taught classes in literature, composition, and language, most recently at National Sun Yat-sen University in Taiwan. He is also an ordained minister with a keen vision for strengthening families. Steven has recently returned to the United States, and sees homeschooling as a way to spread both learning and the truth of the gospel worldwide. You can contact him at RR 1, Box 51E, Le Raysville, PA 18829.


Homeschooling Articles by Steve Hake

Spreading a Biblical Model Worldwide Steve Hake presents his ideas on Christian evangelism the "homeschool way".

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