Sometimes you just want to call up a friend, a mom who’s “been there, done that.” Someone who can relate, who won’t cast judgment, who will just listen to your heart. Sometimes you need a shoulder, another mom who has walked the path, whose kids are grown now and doing just fine. Has your
It is a social standard for children to be grouped by what school grade they are in. Although homeschooling allows children to learn at their own pace, some families question if they should place their child in a church class by age or academic grade level. Home education permits students to develop and learn
By Dr. Paul M. Elliott Part one of a series For Christian parents to not take personal responsibility for educating their children is to barter away their souls. August 2019 – We receive many communications from Christian parents asking about homeschooling their children. They phrase their questions and concerns in many different ways, but most
Two things matter to me when I teach history. I want my children to see history as HIS Story, to see the Lord’s hand in all that has happened in the past and will happen in the future. Also, I want us to have a blast as we explore past events, places, and people.
“For David, after he had served the purpose of God in his own generation, fell asleep.” (Acts 13:36, NASB) David fulfilled God’s purpose in his own generation, and then fell asleep for all eternity. This raises questions. Are we fulfilling God’s purpose in our own generation? Are our children being raised to fulfill
Please refer to part one for the previous section. Point To God’s Purpose: Once He laid the foundation in Scripture, Jesus then brings out God’s purpose. God designed marriage to be a union where two become one. To apply this to the sacredness of human life, we know from Scripture God designed man in His
Life. A precious, priceless gift given value because we are made in the image of a loving, holy God. This God places such a high value on life that He has placed protective limits on that life, which we know from His Word, especially for innocent, helpless life like that of the unborn child.
Krissa rubbed her thumb along the thin page of her Bible, fear gnawing at her soul. She had always believed its words, never doubting its record of God’s Son becoming flesh to dwell among us. But shortly after her sixteenth birthday, questions slipped more and more frequently into her thoughts. How could her heart