Literature and good stories offer homeschool parents incredible tools to help capture our children’s hearts and give them a better understanding of biblical truths. Many great conversations have started after reading time, and many doors for discipleship have opened as we use the stories as jumping-off points for sharing our experiences and lessons learned.
Outsiders. That’s what the Baka people are known as in the Central African nations of
Growing up in a family of 9 kids, Vladimir Prokhnevskiy didn’t get many gifts and
Many in our communities are learning first hand this year that giving thanks in all
Our family founded Teach Them Diligently as a means to help support our mission work
The 4-5 years and high cost of traditional college often impedes Great Commission obedience. This need not occur: the foreign language and cross-cultural skills needed to minster the Gospel to unreached peoples also comprise the core of a liberal arts degree. Learn how, via credit-by-exam and portfolio assessment, engaging in Christian missions can yield both a B.A. degree and foster an agenda for graduate school.
I believe the workplace is our mission field and we need to follow the guidance of the Lord to find the right mission field for each of us.
In Jeremiah 29:11 God says I know the plans I have for you to prosper and not to harm to give hope and a future.
When young people tune into their God-given skills, personality, strengths, and spiritual gifts, they make more satisfying decisions and have fewer regrets about school, college, and career.
Advancing Truth: How can we share the Christian faith?
Jesus told his disciples to look up to see fields that were ready for harvest. He told his disciples that they must lose their life in order to find their life. This workshop purposes to help students think and live with a Great Commission? mindset. We want to help parents children to be more aware of Great Commission? opportunities around them while preparing students to live with this same mindset.
A well-ordered approach to history and literature allows students to follow history as it happened: In order, from ancient times through the present. A classical approach produces a well-rounded student who knows the stories from all of history??? whether ancient or modern, Biblical or secular??? that every educated person should know.
Award-winning author and Kidzmet.com Founder Jen Lilienstein digs into how to put Multiple Intelligence theory into practice in your homeschool including: ???How MI theory differs from the common view of intelligence. ???What MI theory suggests for our understanding of and interactions with the children in our lives. ???How multiple intelligences can be used as a lens to know children, their strengths, interests, and preferences, and how that information can be used to benefit the child and family.