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How to “jump start” into Christian classical education

Wednesday, July 31st, 2019

I am a “technophobe” and thus hope I am able to do this right. My husband and I pulled 2 of our 3 out of public school when they finished 5th and 3rd grades and for 4 years have been muddling and puddling our way through homeschooling methods, hoping and praying that the Lord will […]

Great educational ideas that you can use right now

Wednesday, July 31st, 2019

The River Houses project is a big and wonderful plan to create a new type of national homeschool network made up of friendly local groups called “houses.” They’re getting started by creating a comfortable rhythm of informal learning with traditions, holidays, poems, places, birds, stars, little lessons, and great educational ideas that you can use […]

Interview with Hans Bluedorn on writing and the creative process

Friday, July 26th, 2019

Interview with Hans Bluedorn on writing and the creative process.

Words to liven up your summer

Thursday, July 25th, 2019

• brio = vigor, lively energy • comeuppance = deserved fate, something unpleasant, regarded as a just punishment for somebody • consigliere = an adviser to the leader of a crime syndicate (organized-crime boss) • expropriate = to take something (property or money) away from the rightful owner, either legally for the public good or […]

Nothing in this world is more beautiful

Thursday, July 25th, 2019

by J.R. Miller A ship is made to go in the water, and no matter how deep the sea nor how wild the tempest, all goes well as long as the water does not get into the ship. The problem of managing a ship is not to keep the ship out of the water but […]

Homeschool Greek now on Kindle for $19.99

Sunday, July 14th, 2019

Homeschool Self-Study Greek: A Thorough Self-Teaching Grammar of Biblical Greek — $9.99 Homeschool Self-Study Greek: A Thorough Self-Teaching Grammar of Biblical Greek is like no other Biblical Greek grammar. Not only is Homeschool Greek self-teaching, but it is thorough. Students, both young and old, can teach themselves Greek in homeschool, in private school, or as […]

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