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Interview with Mike and Sharon Cordner

Vol. 75, Prg. 1–5
May 21–25, 2007

How can we best train our children to have a sound Christian worldview? This week, interviews with the Pillar Foundation’s Mike and Sharon Cordner focus on their experiences teaching homeschool supplement classes for high school students in St. Louis, Missouri.

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The Pillar Foundation
Homeschool Supplement Programs
Teaching the Christian Worldview
Examples of Success
Engaging in Real Life Action

Mike and Sharon Cordner

Michael Cordner is an Australian-born, naturalized American citizen. He has been active in teaching the Bible and the application of Christianity to civil government and the social issues of our time since his conversion to Christ in 1971. Mr. Cordner is a former engineering manager who now serves as the Director of The Pillar Foundation, a resource center for homeschool families. Mike’s wife, Sharon, is a native of St. Louis, Missouri. She is a former instructor of Introduction to Worldviews at The Pillar Foundation. The Cordners founded Teen Eagles, an organization that trains teens to be leaders through involvement in the political process. Teen Eagles has been active in St. Louis for 11 years and also has chapters in several states around the nation. Mike and Sharon homeschooled their two younger sons for 19 years. They have four grown children and seven grandchildren.

For more information about The Pillar Foundation, please visit www.thepillar.org.

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