When we consider the greatness of the gifts God has given us in Christ, any offering we could make in return seems rather paltry. But in looking at the men and women of the Christmas story, we find models of gift-giving that any believer can imitate. Though simple, their gifts were given out of hearts […]
You homeschool because your child’s faith is important to you. We want to support you in training up your child. These blog posts show how to give your child a biblical worldview of each subject.
The wolves howl hungrily in the Big Woods, but inside the little log cabin a cozy fire projects the lively shadows of Pa’s fiddle playing while Mary and Laura sing along. Scenes like this one from the Little House series are still etched in my mind. My mother read each of the Little House books […]
Christian education is facing a crucial and unsettling time. It has sought for years to lay a thoroughly biblical foundation for students and to impart truth on every hand. But many Christian school students are cold, and even resentful, toward that teaching. As Christian educators, we should try to bring students back to Christianity’s foundation—the truth of […]
The Temptation of Pragmatism Have you ever felt completely helpless to regain control over your classroom using a biblically driven methodology? Concentrating on teaching children a biblical approach to a subject is easily sidelined when you are concentrating on keeping the students from erupting into a cacophony of chaos. Worse, you could end up teaching them […]
How can you help your children or students understand and then apply the Bible to all of life? How can you teach them to think and operate according to a biblical worldview? The purpose of Christian education is rooted in a conviction that children must understand and apply the Bible in every sphere of life. […]