Planning Homeschool Bible Time - Our Journey Westward
We homeschool for many reasons, but one of them is more important than all of the others combined. It’s our desire to pass on a bold Christian faith that finds our children seeking God with all their hearts and sharing Him with others from here to eternity. While I know it’s God who does the work... Read More
A Biblical View of Creation: Ultimate Resource List
We talked about some of the over-arching ways we can lead our children to the concept of a biblical creation and we've got a huge list of over 75 activities, crafts, games, and snacks you can
How to Teach Bible Principles to Your Children - Proverbial Homemaker
If you are struggling on ways to teach Bible principles to your children in your homeschool, these tips and ideas will help!
Why Studying Evidence of the Flood in Your Homeschool is Important
In Chuck Renstrom's book Do You See What I See? he uses his photography to show high altitude evidence of the worldwide flood.
Developing a Godly Character As a Homeschool Mom
Developing a Godly Character As a Homeschool Mom • Being a homeschool mom means you have to juggle and multi-task many times throughout the day. We all have those days where we count down to nap time, and then once again for bedtime. It can be really hard being a mom, but it doesn't have to be.
First Things First: The Importance of Biblical Literacy in the Homeschool - The Outmatched Mama
Do you know the importance of biblical literacy in the homeschool and what it means? I define the meaning and reveal how you can apply to daily life.
Why EVERY Subject Should be Taught with a Biblical Worldview - Joy in the Journey
As Christian homeschool parents, we want to raise our children with a Biblical worldview. But, how do we do that if the Bible is just a subject? We can’t! Bible is more than that, and we are going to break down exactly why. When we first began homeschooling I never considered whether or not a […]
10+ Service Projects You Can Do While Social Distancing
We are living in uncertain times right now and one of the best ways to combat feelings of anxiety and worry is to think of others. We may be social distancing but it is important to reach out and help people when we can. Below you will find ideas for 10+ service projects that you can do as a family at home. Many require very little materials and most are items you already have at home. It is our hope to help ease your anxiety (at least for a little bit) while you work together to help those…
The Best Service Projects for Kids
Each and every school year comes with its own special set of challenges. There are lots of wonderful things to learn, but we have to set aside all the good things that are possible and
How to Add Habit Training to Your Homeschooling
If you're serious about character development and habit training for your children then Laying Down the Rails by Simply Charlotte Mason is perfect for you.
Organizing Your Homeschool Library
Organizing Your Homeschool Library- learn ways to make your home library easily accessible and usable in your homeschool.
Science Devotions: A New Twist on Science Exploration | Homeschooling without Training Wheels
Want to do science experiments with your kids and illustrate a gospel concept at the same time? Check out Science Devotions from KidMin Science!
Write Through The Bible with The Younger Learners
It is not easy to get the younger learners study the bible. Write Through The Bible Junior help early learners to have some activities and study the bible.
Character and Creationism with Jonathan Park - Proverbial Homemaker
We LOVE Jonathan Park! Such a great resource for teaching a creationism view, plus great examples of godly character for the kids!
Best Family Board Games
15 of the best family board games and card games that you should add to your game collection! All are so much fun and have great replay value!