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Teaching Our Children To Understand The Bible
Art Dappen



8 pages.

Tags: bible copy, teaching reading with the bible

A Review Of Schools
William Cowper

A selection of excerpts from one man's controversial appraisal of the state of schools, written in 1784. Though separated from his time by centuries, modern readers may find striking similarities between his concerns and what many today are identifying as problems with schools.

24 pages.

Tags: dads, moms, why homeschool?

Reasons For Homeschooling And Why They Matter
Dave Klein

Our reasons for homeschooling will affect the things we teach, the amount of time we spend on each area, the types and amounts of material we acquire and many other aspects of our homeschooling effort. We need to realize that the “whys” have a big impact on all these things.

4 pages.

Tags: dads, moms, why homeschool?, seek ye first homeschooling

Understanding Hannah
Debbie Klein

If Hannah's only reason for desiring a child was to experience physical motherhood for a time, however short, whatever the cost to her or her child, who could commend that? How are we to understand Hannah?

20 pages.

Tags: moms, college, career, seek ye first homeschooling

Paths In Your Mind
Art Dappen

Living a God-pleasing life is often a struggle, even when others are watching. But our thought-life is completely invisible... except to God. In this short, to-the-point booklet, Art gives simple, straightforward ways to cleanse our minds, so that we can say with David, “Try my heart, O God.”

4 pages.

Tags: dads, moms, family devotions, verse a day

True Patriotism
John Newton

Biblical insights on political action, from the author of “Amazing Grace.”

4 pages.

Tags: politics

The Unholy Trinity
Art Dappen

“The world exalts the unholy trinity of Art, Science and Technology. But we should exalt the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. God is not composed of atoms. He is a Spirit.”

12 pages.

Tags: dads, college, career, seek ye first homeschooling

Crucifying The Wrong Thing
Art Dappen



8 pages.

Tags: bible copy, dads, moms, verse a day

How Your Children Can Have Success
Art Dappen



4 pages.

Tags: dads, moms, college, career

The Saddest Book In My Library
Glenn Conjurske

Glenn Conjurske’s description of the saddest book in his library.

2 pages.

Tags: dads, moms, why homeschool?, missions

The Tiniest Word Of God
Art Dappen



4 pages.

Tags: bible copy, dads, moms, family devotions, verse a day

How To Teach Reading Using The Bible
Debbie Klein

Our family’s testimony, with practical hints.

28 pages.

Tags: teaching reading with the bible, dads, moms, family devotions, verse a day

How Much Money Do You Need?
Art Dappen



12 pages.

Tags: dads, career, verse a day

What About Socialization?
Art Dappen



4 pages.

Tags: why homeschool?, missions

The Modern Family Does Not Produce Laborers For God
Art Dappen



36 pages.

Tags: dads, moms, why homeschool?

Training Our Children For Leadership
Bob Gessner



8 pages.

Tags: dads, moms, college, career

Wonderful Missionary Books
Grace Stott

An excerpt from Twenty-Six Years of Missionary Work in China, by Grace Stott (published 1897), with a list of missionary books.

8 pages.

Tags: missions, reading

The Education Of Kings
Art Dappen

Is there a Biblical pattern for education? In this book, Art Dappen discusses the difference between the world's educational goals and God's goals, and lays out an amazingly simple, yet incredibly effective, method for training children to have a true Biblical worldview. Taken from God's commandment for the preparation of Israel's kings, this method has been tried and proven by Art's family and many others across the U.S. and Mexico.

96 pages.

Tags: bible copy, dads, why homeschool?, family devotions, verse a day, missions

How To Teach Your Children One Verse A Day
Art Dappen

Many Christian fathers neglect to have meaningful devotions with their family. Many who want to begin this activity feel unqualifed to properly teach their children from the Bible. Art Dappen lays out the spiritual and logical necessity for fathers to take on their role as spiriual head in their homes, and lays out a simple plan for Bible teaching. After reading this, you should have no problem laying out the meaning of God's Word to your children.

28 pages.

Tags: dads, family devotions, verse a day

Reality And Unreality
Art Dappen

Today's world is enamored of tales that never happened and heroes that never existed. Children are encouraged to use their imagination to create their own reality. Is it right for God's people, claiming to believe in absolute truth, to find pleasure in lies? Does truth matter anymore?

16 pages.

Tags: dads, moms, reading

“If I Had Only One More Year To Teach My Children…”
Janneken Munstdorp

As a tool in helping parents to draw together priorities for their children’s instruction, Ruth Beechick offers a question. The homeschool author and holder of a doctorate in teaching and curriculum tells us to ask ourselves, “If I had only one more year to teach my children, what would I teach them this year?”

1 page.

Tags: moms, why homeschool?, seek ye first homeschooling

Ministerial Education
Glenn Conjurske

“Real Christianity calls us ‘outside the camp’ to ‘bear the reproach’ of Christ and His cross. What college on earth aims at such an end? Their real aim is all the other way. It is to lift us above the reproach of Christ, to remove the offense of the cross, to win the respect and esteem of the world. To this end they pursue ‘academic excellence’ and ‘accreditation,’ for it is not the standards of God’s Word that concern them, but the standards of the world.”

101 pages.

Tags: dads, college

Beware Of Leaving Your Little Ones In Egypt
C.H. Mackintosh

“To say that I am counting upon God to bring my children to Canaan, and yet all the while educating them for Egypt, is a deadly delusion.”

8 pages.

Tags: dads, moms, why homeschool?, seek ye first homeschooling