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Bible Journal DIY Scripture Wall Art

Bible verse Collage

I love Bible Journaling. If you haven’t heard of it see my new site BibleJournalingDigitally.com The images below are a twist on traditional Bible Journaling which placed the art inside the Bible. Here I journal the verse then surround it with images to make wall art. When I shared the images on Facebook I got a ton of “How do you ... Read More »

Free Book Excerpts & Homeschool Lessons

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We want to make sure you like our books before purchasing. We offer hundreds of pages of free homeschool lapbooks, worksheets, lesson plans, and other homeschool helps below. The Heart of Wisdom Teaching Approach  This book will instruct you, step by step, how to give your child a Bible-focused, comprehensive education from preschool through high school; one that will train ... Read More »

Free Bible Coloring Pages

39 Free Bible Coloring Page & 3 Ways in Use in Your Bible Journaling!

This beautiful collage shows the free Old Testament coloring pages for the Ministry to Children website created by Mandy Groce . You can download a PDF document or  high resolution JPEG file for each of the 39 OT Bible books. Directions and supplies for three ways to use these in your Bible Journal are listed below (please share). I created a quick digital watercolor painted overlay ... Read More »

3 Ways to Bible Journal Digitally

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I LOVE Bible Journaling! I was out to lunch with a friend discussing a passage I had journaled and I could actually see the page in my mind because I had spent so much time on it. Feasting on the Word, listening to God, and crafting! It doesn’t get any better! Why Bible Journal? Learn About God Become Confident in His ... Read More »

21 Healthy Food Plan Meals

21 Healthy Clean Meal Plans. No Pork, No Shellfish

I’m planning my meals ahead (lost 20 lbs!!). These are meals for those abstaining from sugar and flours, like the ones at OA and FAA. With 21 in one place I can shuffle them. Biblically clean:  no pork, no shellfish. Breakfast Meal Plans Breakfast 1 1 cup oatmeal 145 1/2 cup almond milk 50 5 pecans 100 1 oz raisins 1 slice Ezekiel toast 80 ... Read More »

Free Torah Class Videos

Torah Class Bible Videos with Hebraic focus.

This is the best balanced Bible study I have used in 29 years homeschooling! and its FREE! You can watch a video with your children every morning,  and/or  read transcripts at  and download slideshows for each chapter. Tom Bradford walks you through the Torah and Prophets ONE chapter at a time revealing history and Hebrew view as well as how the OT ... Read More »

Heart of Wisdom Teacher Helps

Heart of Wisdom Teacher Helps for Homeschoolers: Bible Study, Charlotte Mason, Homeschooling with Movies, Lapbooking & More

Bookmark this page! It includes the instructions in the Heart of Wisdom Unit Studies as well as our teaching philosophies and online groups. Heart of Wisdom Teaching Methods One Needful Thing God Has a Plan for your Homeschool  How Would Jesus Schedule? 18 Reasons Homeschoolers Love Heart of Wisdom (and a few why they don’t) What the Bible Says About Education ... Read More »

Creating a Personalized Spelling Notebook

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Each time you notice a misspelled word in a student’s written work, write the word on a list for the student. (Remember to add misspelled words that the spell-checker finds in work written using a word processor.) If the word is again misspelled in written work, the student must add it to his/her Spelling Notebook. Instruction on creating a traditional ... Read More »

Lord, I Have a Problem

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Father, I have a problem. It’s weighing heavy on me. It’s all I can think about, night and day. Before I bring it to you in prayer. I suppose I should pray for those who are less fortunate than me– Those in this world who have hardly enough food for this day, and for those who don’t have a roof ... Read More »

Free 31 Biblical Virtues to Pray for your Children

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I found the beautiful prayer infographic at Keepingitpersonal.com.   Teri Johnson found these 31 virtues were written by Bob Hostetler   and published by NavPress and had her graphic artist create this terrific infographic. If you sign up at her site you will get this free infographic and 31 daily emails to remind you to pray for your children. This infographic also lead me ... Read More »

Replacement Theology is Anti-Semitism

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The question of the role of the Jewish people in the end times is a hot topic between denominations. Replacement Theology teaches that the Church has replaced the Jewish people and is now the "new Israel." Those promoting this theory believe God rejected the Jewish people because of their rejection of Christ. This doctrine is embedded in many Christian denominations. Read More »

Make a Salad Base that Last All Week

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The hardest part about healthy eating is not having something quick and easy. This awesome prepare ahead salad basesalad makes eating healthy quick and easy. I make it when I get home from the grocery store. Store it in the same airtight bowl and it stays good for a full week and its Gluten Free! It consist of mainly lettuces, spinach, and lots ... Read More »

What Happens to a Branch Without the Vine?

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If you want to produce fruit remember your job is to be the branch. The branch is a growth from the main stem or root of a plant. Various Hebrew words are translated as branch or shoot. The most common one can be defined as any sprout of vegetation (Gen. 19:25; Ezek. 16:7; Ps. 85:11). Sometimes we feel like we ... Read More »

15 Moms Explain Homeschooling with Babies or Toddlers

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It has been a long time since I had toddlers in my house. This month I have my 4th daughter and one-year old granddaughter staying with us while I train my daughter to work for Heart of Wisdom. <<<—This is Scarlett at the library. Regina is 29 now but I vividly recall when she was a toddler, while I attempted to homeschool my ... Read More »

Amazing Secrets of Coconut Oil: You May Not Know!

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I use coconut oil daily. I wash my face with it, use it for deodorant, and cook with it. Then when my boys and I were sick  (Maybe strep throat) and  I looked up natural cures on the Internet, coconut oil came up.I finally opened my jar and  added it to my daily green drink. It worked! That horrible rocky ... Read More »

Checking Your Spiritual Gas Gage

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A good indication you are running low on fuel is when you feel anxious, angry, never good enough or tired of trying. I know because I have been so tired of trying to overcome my sin nature. It feels like a never ending battle doesn't it? Read More »

Be Transformed from Religion to Relationship

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Our Spiritual Metamorphosis: Intimacy with God Did you know a caterpillar has the DNA of the butterfly before it is physically transformation is seen? When one trust Christ as Savior we have the DNA of God through the indwelling of His Holy Spirit. We have the DNA of  a child of God before the physical fruit is seen in our ... Read More »

7 Simple Steps to Make a Lapbook

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See the FREE blue booklet printables at the bottom of this post. My boys and I made this Wright Brothers Lapbook. This is a  simple and easy lapbook we completed in a few hours. This tutorial will walk you step by step how to make an easy lapbook. The simplest lapbook includes one main image in the center and surrounded by ... Read More »

Hidden Romance in the Bible

Hidden Romance in the Bible Jesus, Bride of Christ

Deep within God’s Word lies a wondrous story like no other. A drama that originated before time began. An epic saga that resonates with the heartbeat of God. A story that reveals nothing less than the meaning of life and God’s great mission in the earth. From Eternity to Here presents three remarkable stories spanning Genesis to Revelation. Each story traces a divine theme that is woven throughout Scripture. Read More »

Love One Another as I Have Loved You

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Loving one another is the core of our Christian walk. The phrase “love one another” is repeated at least a dozen times in the NT. We are also commanded to submit to one another, encourage one another, care for one another, forgive one another, and edify one another. Jesus taught to “love one another as I have loved you.” Such ... Read More »

Eating God’s Way Facebook Group

The Eating God’s Way group is for those who want to change their eating habits to focus on healthy a plant based, whole foods plan. This is for information, fellowship, prayer and encouragement. #weightloss #Nutrition

In the last five years, I have had four heart surgeries as a direct result of the SAD (Standard American Diet). Last year, I watched my dear friend JoAnn devastated when her devoted husband died from cancer. This year my third daughter died see SAD Killed My Daughter.  I have drastically changed the way I eat. I firmly believe most health issues ... Read More »

8 Bible Movies in Chronological Order: Adam to Abraham

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Below are several Youtube Bible story videos listed in chronological order for the time period from Adam to Abraham. Read about  Adam to Abraham Unit Study and/or Free Genesis 1:11 Lapbook below the videos Adam to Abraham Unit Study Adam to Abraham Unit Study is a multilevel, Bible-focused, Heart of Wisdom Unit Study utilizing the Charlotte Mason Approach and the Internet! Lead your student on ... Read More »

Faith Turns Weakness to Strength

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“Faith never knows where it is being led, but it loves and knows the One who is leading.” ~ Oswald Chambers ~ Friday I wrote about the great heroes of our faith in Hebrews 11. This passage is summarized in principle by these words — “whose weakness was turned to strength” (Heb. 11:34). Paul said, But he [the LORD] said ... Read More »

What Happened to the Biblical Holidays?

What Happened to the Bible Holidays? excerpt from “A Family Guide to the Biblical Holidays”

The holidays contain more divine information of spiritual and prophetic value than any subject of scripture. Why aren’t we taught these marvelous lessons in church? The answer is found during the first through to the fourth centuries. First Century Church In the first century there were literally hundreds of thousands of believing Jews (Acts 2:41, 47, 4:4, 6:7, 9:31, 21:20). ... Read More »

Fruit Comes After the Storm

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How do you respond to life’s trials? Do you feel sorry for yourself and get depressed? Do you cast blame and grow bitter and angry? Or do you turn to our Father and ask, “What is Your purpose in this?” Our responses to difficulties are powerful lessons not written on a blackboard. Our students are watching and learning; where do ... Read More »

Free Printable Workbox Tags

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From the archives: We use the Workbox System by designed Sue Patrick to structure our school day. Homeschooling is so much easier I almost feel guilty. Our homeschool day flows without complaints.  If you are not familiar with the workbox system see the links at the bottom of this post. Our children absolutely love moving their workbox cards from  workbox to the ... Read More »

Teaching Hebraically, Teaching Biblically

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What does it mean to teach biblically? Hebraically? The entire Bible is a Hebrew book, not just the OT. The Hebrews have always placed God’s Word at the center of their education. Modern religious Jews (especially Hasidic Jews) continue to focus on God’s Word. The book The Chosen, by Chaim Potok, is an absorbing novel about two Jewish boys, Reuven and ... Read More »

Homeschool Infographic

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Great infographic on homeschooling! infographics are “graphic visual representations of information, data or knowledge intended to present complex information quickly and clearly.”According to this studies visual information — when presented clearly — trumped textual information by tenfold, and 90 percent of all information we remember was based on visual impact. Share this to spread the word on homeschool benefits. Source: ... Read More »

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