Give the gift that is truly meaningful.

Webster’s 1828 Dictionary defines words based on Biblical thinking, not worldly wisdom. Give the graduates in your life a gift that will enhance their vocabulary, sharpen their thinking and deepen their understanding. In an era where the deconstruction of language is one of the root causes of a culture spiraling out of control, incorporating a … Continue reading “Give the gift that is truly meaningful.”

Bring the study of geography to life through the doorway of a literature classic.

Geography is a too-often neglected subject, either entirely forgotten or else buried in a social studies curriculum. However it comes to life when using the Principle Approach, the Biblical classic method. Knowledge of the world is essential to fulfilling the dominion mandate, and knowledge of world geography teaches God’s principle of individuality and His creative power. One key … Continue reading “Bring the study of geography to life through the doorway of a literature classic.”

Who is your hero?

(Painting: Washington Crossing the Delaware (1871), by George Caleb Bingham.) Many people today find their heroes in the media culture, and according to The Barna Group, two-thirds of Americans say pro athletes have more influence on our society than faith leaders. But traditionally American Christians have looked to their elected leadership for role models. Can you find … Continue reading “Who is your hero?”

Teach the Seven Loves of Literature

Save 20% on the Heidi Curriculum Bundle—FREE video with purchase Instill Christian Character with a Classic Novel Johanna Spyri wanted to encourage her son, Bernhard, with an optimism founded on faith in God’s help and timing, so she wrote Heidi, now a well-known literature classic. This wonderful story, full of vivid imagery, helps children understand Christian … Continue reading “Teach the Seven Loves of Literature”