WVMA Presents: A family talk for all to attend
Hina Khan-Mukhtar has been collecting advice over the past 20 years from parents and scholars whose primary purpose in life has been to direct their children onto the Path they believe will earn them the Pleasure of their Creator and the respect of their fellow human beings. She has developed a presentation of the 10 most common tips given to her for raising sons and daughters who make their deen (religion) a priority while also succeeding in their duniya (worldly) aspirations, God willing. Filled with anecdotes and practical examples, this discussion will benefit everyone!
Tea and Refreshments will be served.
Hina Khan-Mukhtar is a mother of three young men and one of the founders of the homeschooling co-operative known as ILM Tree in Lafayette, California, which now serves over 35 homeschooling families in the East Bay. In addition to having taught Language Arts to elementary, middle school, and high school students, she is also involved in interfaith dialogue. Hina was a monthly contributor to The Muslim Observer's "Raising Our Ummah" column and also writes for Seeker's Guidance where she shares parenting advice and ideas for nurturing spiritual traditions in childhood.