A. The unsaved parent cannot be hostile to the Gospel. God has created the child so that the parent is the primary influence in shaping his outlook and personality. This influence must be pro-Christian. If it is anti-Christian, most of the influence of the Christian school will be counteracted by the home and a partnership with the school cannot result.
B. The non-Christian parent must be in agreement with the enrollment of the child and must sign all necessary forms.
C. The family should attend church regularly.
D. Family Bible reading and prayer should be a part of the normal home routine.
E. The primary motive for enrollment must be for spiritual development in an academic setting.