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What is it that draws so many homeschoolers to Charlotte Mason and Classical homeschooling? Why do countless families decide these methods are the best and pursue learning with zeal in these ways?
From what does war originate? Did you know one Bible verse says it all? As Christians and homeschoolers, what kinds of wars are we fighting and why do we fight them? Be encouraged about what we face as Christians and homeschoolers.
What in the world are we homeschooling for anyway? Surely someone else could do this better! Many things can come and steal your courage to continue on. Be encouraged and build a firm foundation!
Are you struggling with chaos in your home and homeschool, yet you long for the peace and productivity that comes with having things in order? Learn to increase the order in your homeschool!
Does your homeschool or your spiritual home need a little “home improvement”? Isn’t it always worth the effort in the end? Read about the application of home improvement in your physical home, homeschool, and spiritual home.
Are you struggling with chaos in your home, yet you long for the peace and productivity that comes with having things in order? Ensure a good harvest in your children’s lives and in your heart with this bundle.
What is faith? When did you first begin to learn about faith? Are you pleasing God with your faith? Two simple stories, two significant milestones, will encourage your ongoing journey of faith in this WeE-Book™ . . .He Leadeth Me By Donna Rees.
Why are both the British educator—Charlotte Mason—and the author—Susan Schaeffer Macaulay—mentors of the modern homeschool movement? What can we learn from them?
Was Adam a metaphor? Is Egyptian chronology correct? What does a Christian evolutionist believe? What can we learn from long, boring genealogy lists in Genesis? What’s the big deal about evolution anyway?
Perhaps you’ve admired this wonder-bird beauty and his acrobatic antics before . . . but maybe you don’t know everything about him! Arouse a sense of awe in your kids when you add this study of the hummingbird to your science lesson!