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Teaching History from a Christian Worldview {Principle Approach}

Teaching History from a Christian Worldview {Principle Approach}

When you use the Biblical Principle approach for homeschooling, you’ll use a Biblical worldview in all the subjects you study.  So, let’s talk about teaching history in your homeschool, from a Christian worldview. In a nutshell, you’ll analyze history from a Biblical worldview. Michelle Miller, of TruthQuest History, uses 2 questions to see the worldview… Continue Reading

Would You Like a Free Copy?

Would You Like a Free Copy?

I hope your summer is off to a great start. Mine is terrific, as we got to spend Friday night with my granddaughter. Now, we’re spending the rest of the weekend with Hunter in San Antonio, where he has a summer internship. Another reason this summer is going well is my first paperback launches on… Continue Reading

How to Make Homeschool Goals

How to Make Homeschool Goals

Once you determine what an educated person is, you can determine your goals for your family and your children. This will include both long term goals, such as know, glorify and enjoy God forever and short term goals, such as working on a particular virtue. What type of long-term goals might you have for your… Continue Reading

How to Give Kids a Christian Education

How to Give Kids a Christian Education

Last week I posted about lifelong learning & laying the foundation in your homeschool so your kids become educated. I want to go a step further and talk for a minute about Christian education. I think all those things that Mortimer Adler talked about are true. But what is Christian education? According to Andrew Kern… Continue Reading

How Kids Become Educated { Lifelong Learning }

How Kids Become Educated { Lifelong Learning }

Most homeschoolers want their child to be educated, so let’s talk about what makes an educated person.  Most of us went to public school & that’s the only thing we know about being educated.  But if you’re homeschooling, you must see flaws with the public school. I propose that the public schools do not produce… Continue Reading