Trial and Triumph: Stories from Church History by Richard M. Hannula is a collection of 46-biographies aimed at children of important individuals in church history.
Like many things, daily Bible reading is a habit — and one that your children can start very early! Here are 10 Bible reading plans for 2021.
Woman’s Record (1852) | Sarah Josepha Buell Hale (1788–1879)
Real runners never leave the track….
Homeschooling can consume us — if we let it. It can become not only what we do, but who we are, the sum total of our existence. Here are 10 ways to stay well-rounded and avoid becoming one-dimensional! 1. Spend time with God. As a Christian, this is where my day starts. My faith […]
Stay focused. Never look around you to see how others are doing. Keep the finish line clearly in view. (Philippians 3:14) Wear the right clothing. You need all of the support you can get. (Ephesians 6:10-17). Get the right inputs. The sudden adrenaline boost of a Snickers and a Mountain Dew will only take you […]
“All the days of his separation shall he eat nothing that is made of the vine tree, from the kernels even to the husk.” Numbers 6:4…. Surely this is a lesson to the Lord’s separated ones, teaching them to come away from sin in every form, to avoid not merely its grosser shapes, but even […]
We get that call. You know, the one where we want to serve Christ with all of our heart, mind, and soul. We are ready to go. We promise to do what He wants, go where He leads, serve Him for His glory. We are ready to do the BIG thing. And then…. We find […]
We love old books, and the fact that they are free makes it even better! One of these old gems is Aunt Amy by Francis Forrester. Aunt Amy continues the story of Minne Brown, “the gentle girl” — a child who, though not perfect, is learning to be Christlike: She had a lovely spirit, a […]
The Bible uses home life and marriage as illustrations of God’s relationship with His church, with the people who follow Him. And when you live out your God-ordained roles and fulfill your God-given assignments at home others take notice and see proof of your special relationship with the Lord. Just think! You have the privilege […]
When reading through a couple of books by favorite homeschool mentors, one thing that stood out to me is the premise at which they start. Education can mean nearly anything these days. But a true education has to begin on a true foundation. Apparently these two different mentors frequently found that, to some homeschool moms […]
God gives us hedges for a reason. It isn’t profitable to jump the hedge. Your hedges may look nothing like mine, and mine nothing like yours. And it would not be right for me to try to impose my hedge on you. Yet, the hedges do serve a purpose, and we little know the thorns […]