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Exemplify Magazine

Exemplify Magazine’s June issue is up and running. Check it out today! Exemplify Online is a free magazine to encourage women to live lives that glorify Christ. Read More »

The Rebel's Guide to Joy

What does the Bible say about pain, suffering, broken relationships and anxiety in the lives of Christians? A Christian’s foundation is built upon the love of Christ. Jesus summarized the law of God in two commands:  love God and love others. As we spread this love it is important we  don’t negate sin, God’s instructions,  or paint a picture of ... Read More »

Homeschool! Aren't You Worried About Socialization?

I had this cartoon made many years ago just to answer this frequently asked question. It is usually the first question / concern one has when they find out you are homeschooling. Yes, homeschool children should have friends. But not just random friends. Homeschoolers have the opportunity to for selective socialization. Parents can guide their children to other Christian families ... Read More »

Free Audio Resources for Ancient History Lessons

I found a terrific Podcast series. Each audio teaching is an excellent Bible study of the book of Acts covering the period of the early church with a wealth of information on the Greek, Roman, and Hebrew cultures of the time with a focus on regeneration–how our lives are regenerated through the death of Christ. These studies are excellent supplement ... Read More »

How Great is Our God!

God is all-powerful, all-knowing, and omnipresent, and yet He doesn’t do to us as our sins deserve. Ps. 103:10, “He hath not dealt with us after our sins; nor rewarded us according to our iniquities.” Listen to the video and take a few mintues to praise Him! Thank Him for all that He has done for us, all that He ... Read More »

Homeschool Wordview Quiz

Everyone has a worldview, whether or not they know it or not. A worldview is made of assumptions rarely acknowledged openly, questioned or challenged by people who hold them. Most Westerners that attended public school in America hold a Greek worldview. The Bible warns us about Greek philosophies: Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after ... Read More »

4-Step Ideas for Bible Time

The most important part of your school day is getting to God through prayer and Bible study. Are you skipping Bible time? Purpose to not touch a school book until you spend time in the Living Word! Read More »

Who is Jesus?

Dr. C. Baxter Kruger, theologian, and writer is the Director of Perichoresis Ministries. He is indeed one of the best contemporary theologians of this century. In this podcast he explains the importance of not limiting the atoning work of Christ. His works will cause you to  to rethink the work of Jesus Christ in the light of the blessed doctrine ... Read More »

Free Printable 15 Minute Chore CheckLists

Free Printable Kids Chore Charts How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time. Telling a child to clean a room is overwhelming. These check lists are broken down into easy doable one to three minute chores. Assign a child a room or a few steps. Hang the kids core chart in the appropriate room. Explain to your ... Read More »

Discipleship and the Hebraic Worldview

Clearly, the New Testament tells us that we have been adopted as sons into the family of Abraham, the father of the Jewish people and our father through adoption (Rom. 4:16). Through our relationship with Yeshua Hamashiach (Jesus Christ), His history becomes our history, His family becomes our family, and His heritage becomes our heritage. Read More »

The Parable of the River

Once there were five sons who lived in a mountain castle with their father. The eldest was an obedient son, but his four younger brothers were rebellious. Their father had warned them of the river, but they had not listened. He had begged them to stay clear of the bank lets they be swept downstream, but the river’s lure was too strong. Read More »

Homeschool Parable and Other Must Reads

ack decided he wanted to build a house. Not just any house; he dreamed of a big, beautiful, luxury home. He wanted to build the most beautiful house in town. Jack carefully thought about the basic building materials, the lumber, the plumbing, roofing, the bricks, and even the nails. He made a list of building materials. Continued Read More »

Free Bible Worksheets

Free Bible Worksheets from HeartofWisdom.com Great for documenting daily studies: Bible Event Worksheet, Bible Character Worksheet, Bible Passages Worksheet, Bible Notes Worksheet and more. Please re-pin

Using these worksheets will help your child (and you) extract pertinent materials from the Bible reading, analyze it, categorize it, and produce a reference sheet for his or her Bible portfolio. This is not busywork- its writing to learn. These can be used for all ages even non readers! Mom can fill in the pages for younger students using Charlotte ... Read More »

Twavorite Tweets Thursday

A Twitter Tweet is a 140 characters about anyone, any topic, anything. Tweeting is micro-blogging. Clcik continue for a list of my Tweets this week. I'll list some each Thursday for those who don't twitter or those who were not online when these were Tweeted. Read More »

Winter Bundle Give Away!

The Pondering Heart Blog is having  the 2008-2009 Winter Bundle! The prizes all together are worth about $700.00 that will be given away over the next several weeks.  Join in on the fun, enter, and share with others. By leaving comments you will  be have a chance  to win over a dozen homeschool prizes. Including The Heart of Wisdom Teaching ... Read More »

Quick, Easy, Fun Meme: A B See Photo

Sprittibee came up with a fun meme idea the whole family can do together! The meme will be hosted by The Homeschool Post. Simple: Take and post photos based on letters of the alphabet. Quick, easy and creative. This inspiration will get you to get out there and take some great shots of everyday things that you love. Here are ... Read More »

Tweet Your Testimony on Twitter#

Can you give your testimony in under 140 characters? Twitter is a free social networking and micro-blogging service that allows messages known as tweets, which are posts of up to 140 characters in length. Help me spark a testimony fire. I’m asking all Christians to add a Tweet Your Testimony on Twitter to witness on Twitter.  If enough show up ... Read More »

Greek vs Hebrew Thought

What we now consider “The Church” is almost nothing like the Early New Testament Church. Think of an archeologist digging through layers to find out what life was like in ancient times. To understand the Early Church we must dig through layers of a mountain of man’s influences shoveling off and discarding man’s traditions, theories, interpretations, and philosophies from Greek ... Read More »

What Homeschoolers Should Know About Learning Styles

Studies show that seventy percent of children do NOT learn well in the way the schools teach-lecture/ textbook/ test–most students need more. Learning styles researchers state there are 4 identifiable learners. The four-step lesson cycle is a way to teach to all four learning styles. It does not isolate one type of learning but, instead, teaches in all four ways ... Read More »

God So Loved the World

Every religion has a distant god far away from lowly humans. The human’s goal in life is to earn a place near him/her/them. But nothing they do is ever enough. Christianity is different. God came to us. The faithful and dearly loved Son entered into this fallen world and went to the cross to bring us into relationship with our ... Read More »

Thanksgiving Countdown

Thanksgiving Ideas and Links for Christian Educators Click for the Thanksgiving Preparation Countdown Check List What a great time of year to teach! Take a walk with a leaf identification guide, visit an apple orchard (we provide the lesson plan!). Go on a Nature Walk: Take the Leaf Identification Guide and see how many leaves you can identify. Color the ... Read More »

Thanksgiving: A Time To Remember

Reading this book and listening to the audio book each year is a super family tradition! Perfect for long car rides or family reading time. Thanksgiving: A Time To Remember Thanksgiving is both distinctly Christian and exclusively American—a holiday for celebrating faith, family, and freedom. But all too often the true purpose of this special day is lost amidst eating, ... Read More »