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Archive for December, 2008

Peter Schiff Analogies on the Economy

Tuesday, December 30th, 2008

Ron Paul economic advisor Peter Schiff uses analogies to describe our current economic crisis. Topics include debt-financed consumption, business cycles, the Federal Reserve, the cronies in Washington, and the modern American service economy.

Soul Care

Tuesday, December 30th, 2008

What do you think of when you hear the word “Puritan”? Straight-laced, stern, legalistic, harsh. But did you know that the Puritans were the first, and some of the best biblical counselors? They wrote lots of practical books designed to bring comfort, hope, and help to the troubled lives of fellow believers. They called what […]

New Year’s Contest

Monday, December 29th, 2008

Painting by Johannah (Bluedorn) Stanford Quilling project by Johannah (Bluedorn) Stanford What art or craft project are you and your kids working on this winter? Tell us about it in the comments here, and we’ll pick a winner next week. The winner will receive Expository Thoughts on the Gospels by J.C. Ryle — 4 Volume […]

Transfer as a propoganda technique

Monday, December 29th, 2008

Transfer is a propaganda technique. An advertiser uses this technique when he tries to transfer our good feelings about one thing, to his product. There is no real connection between smoking cigarettes and a cowboy, but Marlboro wants you to associate the two. Mastercard wants us to transfer our good feelings about The Three Stooges […]

Toodles at the North Pole

Monday, December 29th, 2008

Toodles and Stephen Nasby at the North Pole.

Encoder Decoder in Arabia

Saturday, December 27th, 2008

Todd Adams and Handy English Encoder Decoder in Saudi Arabia.

Our friends the Nunes family: Brazilian Court Convicts Homeschooling Family Despite Evidence of Success

Saturday, December 27th, 2008

MINAS GERAIS, BRAZIL, December 23, 2008 (Life Site News) – Cleber and Bernadeth Nunes have been convicted by a second civil court in Brazil for homeschooling their children, despite passing government-imposed tests that teachers admitted they could not pass themselves. The three judge panel in the court of second instance refused even to examine the […]

Lives in Print by Ava Bluedorn

Saturday, December 27th, 2008

Lives in Print by Ava Bluedorn Men who courageously stood for what is right, women who passionately cared for those in need, Christians who sacrificed everything for what they believed, scientists who changed the world with their innovations, everyday mothers who lived extraordinary lives, statesmen who fought for freedom. . . all of these can […]

Homeschool Greek Volume I

Saturday, December 27th, 2008

Homeschool Greek Volume I is a fun and exciting door into the Greek language. It’s a thorough course, starting with the very basics of the definition of language and a little English grammar before introducing the Greek grammar, but then covering solidly the Greek grammar. This first volume focuses mainly on the function or syntax […]

What may seem defeat to us may be victory to him.

Tuesday, December 23rd, 2008

Taken from Morning and Evening by C.H. Spurgeon The night also is thine. Psalms 74:16 Yes, Lord, thou dost not abdicate thy throne when the sun goeth down, nor dost thou leave the world all through these long wintry nights to be the prey of evil; thine eyes watch us as the stars, and thine […]


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