Book of Bible Charts, Maps, and Time Lines. I totally agree with Dr. Ed Hindson who said, “If I could give only two books to a new Christian, one would be the Bible and the other would be this book.” Since it is reproducible it is perfect for Bible lapbooks. If you are using Ancient History: Adam to Messiah this […]
Last week, my husband was helping me teach math to our boys. He made a remark about how they were both struggling with multiplication. You can imagine how that went over. My self worth as a mother, wife, and person is completely wrapped up in my homeschool abilities (not really, at least not anymore, but […]
Playing cards are easy and fun teacher helpers. They are cheap, require no scissors, baggies, game pieces or dice. Use regular cards (Ace to King) and make up fun math games. If your children are like mine they will enjoy the game much more and beg to play again if you avoid using the word […]
This year we subscribed to Discovery Educations Streaming Plus (over 4,000 full length videos), through the Homeschool Buyers Co-op. I’m please with the videos even though we have lousy Internet connection and a lot of lag time. The videos are worth it. Many have a left flavor but I watch them with my children and point […]
Read the book by Sarah Young on your iPhone Over half a million people have had their lives impacted by the encouraging words of Sarah Young in the best selling, 365 day devotional, Jesus Calling. Now these powerful thoughts and insights written to lift your spirit daily come to life in this powerful interactive app […]
Greek and Hebrew Worldviews The visible actions of people are first shaped by invisible thoughts, deep in the unseen world of the human mind and heart. What factors influence those invisible ideas? For people who live in the Western world, the answers can be found by examining the two major roots of Western thought–the ancient […]
The vast majority of the modern day studies, teachings, and theologies developed concerning the Apostle Paul all disseminate a similar perspective: That Paul underwent a typical conversion from one religion to another, from the Law-based religion of Judaism to the Grace-based religion of Christianity.
Winter is the perfect time to curl up with a good book or Ebook-Reader and read aloud to your children. It is never to late to read aloud. I read to all my children when they were teenagers. You can download a 31 page list of classics by grade level (K-12) at the bottom of […]
I love reading books on my iPhone! At first I thought it would be too small but I got used to it very quickly. I read every night in bed—no book light needed! You can read Heart of Wisdom publications on your iPhone or iTouch! I received an email question about reading ebooks I have […]
I am reading Larry Crabb’s magnum opus, 66 Love Letters: A Conversation with God That Invites You into His Story. So far I really like it. Crabb that takes you through each book of the Bible giving his opinion as to what message he believes God is trying to get across in each book. It is written as a […]
Some of you are wondering why I’m not using a “Christian history” curriculum. I used several Christian history text with our first homeschool generation (our children ages range from 9 to 37). I later found out they had several flaws. Now we use a variety of sources and verify facts as we learn (as we do with all studies especially Bible). I plan on using the book as follows
Jesus’ apostles and Jewish disciples came to know him first as a Rabbi and only later as the risen Savior. For second-generation and subsequent believers, however, the process was reversed. First they encountered in faith the risen and reigning Son of God, and only later – if at all – did they come to learn in any depth about the man, Yeshua MiNatzeret (Jesus of Nazareth).
Here are my selection of the best Christian fiction books I’ve read in the last few months (listed in order I read them, most recent first). Update: Since posting this I have read everyone of Robiert Whitlow’s books. I recommend them all. He is my new favorite author. Mountain Top was my favorite. I also […]
There is no one more qualified to write homeschool curricula than a homeschool mom. Homeschool Share (HSS) is a on-line cooperative effort of several homeschooling moms to provide free but quality literature-based unit studies and resources. Homeschool Share offers hundreds and hundreds homeschool lapbooks, unit studies and notebooking pages for FREE. These resources go beautifully […]
This simple-to-understand book uses basic hermeneutic principles to properly interpret what the Bible says about eating meat. Eagan is clear that our diets are not a salvation issue, while at the same time encouraging obedience to God’s Word. HOLY COW! Does God Care About What We Eat? begins with the author’s attention-grabbing personal story. The […]
I was excited as soon as I saw the words “A Family Writing Lifestyle.” Mary Ann shares valuable insights not only about writing itself, but about passing on the gift of written expression as a family tradition. What a gift to pass on to your children —the ability to capture insights, record memories, and relate […]
The spring festivals clearly prophesied the first coming of Messiah; it stands to reason that the fall festivals are prophetic of His second coming. The long period between the end of the spring feasts and beginning of the fall holy days is symbolic of the long period between the formation of the church at the […]
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.
Sitting at the Feet of Rabbi Jesus: How the Jewishness of Jesus Can Transform Your Faith Matzah. Yom Kippur. Hanakkuh. Classic trappings of the Jewish faith, and the Jewish faith only, correct? Well, yes and no. If you’re a Christian, these customs are a part of your faith, too. That’s because Jesus was Jewish, versed […]
I silently grieve daily, with a burden only my closest family members know about. It is an inexpressible profound pain, forever lingering just below the surface. It is my weakest area. Satan knows this. When I’m tired or ill he whispers reminders to my soul, catching me off guard and throwing me into an aching, […]
The majority of Christian men and women who pray to a Living God know very little about real prevailing prayer? Yet prayer is the key which unlocks the door of God’s treasure-house. It is not too much to say that all real growth in the spiritual life-all victory over temptation, all confidence and peace in the presence of difficulties and dangers, all repose of spirit in times of great disappointment or loss, all habitual communion with God-depend upon the practice of secret prayer.
Can MP3s and Ipods improve your children’s reading comprehension and speed? Can it help same you time teaching and story reading? Here are 7 ways to use MP3 in your homeschool including listening to the classics, homeschool software , improving reading, Bible study, where to get FREE downloads, and more.
I have a Kindle Ebook Reader. It has become a part of me. I use it several hours each day–now even more. I recently downloaded MP3 Bible study Breaking Free by Beth Moore (excellent study! see review below). To listen to the audios at night involved dragging my computer into my bedroom. No more! Now […]
[youtube]http://youtube.com/watch?v=VMOMck9_R-o[/youtube] Darwin or Design? The Privileged Planet explores a startling connection between our capacity to survive and our ability to observe and understand the universe. Is this correlation merely a coincidence? Or does it point to a deeper truth about purpose and intelligent design within the cosmos? The Privileged Planet (Book) Astronomer Guillermo Gonzalez and […]
I’m reading Soul Talk: The Language God Longs for Us to Speak by Larry Crabb. It’s a look at how we can help each other through relying on Christ within us, through spirit-led conversation, deepening relationships. Here is a thought-provoking excerpt: We’re fighting the wrong battle. We’re excited about the things that bore God, things […]
William P. Young Interview on Life Today Interview with William P. Young On Life Today. He is the author of the popular, controversial book “The Shack”. Incredible story of God’s power working in people’s lives for His glory! My Review of #1 NY Times Best Seller: The Shack
Did you know you can listen to Your Story Hour archives free online from OnePlace.com? Your Story Hour encourages young people to develop a strong Christian character through its dramatized radio program (English, Spanish & Russian), free Bible lessons and online magazine for kids. Exciting, inspirational and educational stories bring the Scriptures, history and everyday […]
The Super Simple Spiritual Sunday Meme is simply a list of my favorite finds this week. When you visit here don’t forgot to check out the snippets from my favorite blogs on the lower right sidebar. The list is updated daily. Tell-a-Marketer – Carol Hatcher’s post on Writer Interrupted is convicted to change her attitude […]