This month we’re focusing on college planning. We will be posting some helpful information and links that you can share with high school seniors. They have a busy school year ahead, and we want to help as much as possible. Check out today’s tips on how to choose a college major and then check back each week in […]
You know that organization is the key to a smooth homeschool day. We share tips on planning your time and lessons as well as advice from other homeschool parents. There are also highlights from our Distance Learning daily video-lesson program, which is designed to simplify your homeschool.
Guess what? BJU Press has just released three apps that coordinate with the fourth edition of our Bible Truths products, Bible Truths 4: God and His People, Bible Truths 5: Living in God’s Love, and Bible Truths 6: Redemption: God’s Grand Design. We think your kids will enjoy memorizing verses with these Bible memory apps. The […]
My four-year-old came in the kitchen the other day, clutching a fistful of dandelions she had picked from our yard. “Mommy! Look at the pretty flowers I brought you!” she exclaimed. I did my very best to muster up enthusiasm. I thanked her, gave her a hug for being so sweet and thoughtful, and even […]
Last week, BJU Press held the third annual Exchange Conference. What is the Exchange Conference? Simply put, it’s a conversation. Christian school teachers and administrators gather from all over the country for four days to learn from and engage in conversations with others. What do they learn? One of our conference speakers says, “The Exchange Conference […]
Right now we’re surrounded by teachers! Last night we kicked off our annual summer event, The Exchange Conference. Over one hundred teachers have come from around the world to learn for the next few days. They are excited about becoming better teachers and we’re excited to help them. This year, the keynote speakers are Bill […]
If I’ve learned anything through the years about homeschooling families, I’ve learned that they love books. When they hear that quote by Erasmus about not buying food and clothes until after he bought books, they laugh with everyone else, but they have to think about it first. One weekend I was privileged to spend time with two homeschooling […]
At the beginning of the school year, you have everything mapped out—lesson plans, seating charts, and more. You start the semester knowing what you want to accomplish. Now that you’ve reached the end of the year, you might be wondering if you did everything that you meant to . . . or even if there is […]