Product Revisions Update

by Donna Thursday, April 17, 2014

Periodically we review our products and update them if needed. As this occurs we add them to our Revised Product List.  View Current List Here. This page is where we will post all updates.

If you have previously ordered a product that has now been updated, you can download the new updated product FREE. Go to the store, log in into your account and download your products. Follow the directions on the front page of the store. 

Parable of the Empty Harvest (Part II)

by Donna Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Everyone can see how foolish the "new gardener" was. Each system he tried would have worked had he stayed with it. All would have yielded a harvest. Perhaps some harvests would have been better than others; but they all would have had a harvest. Read Full Post...

Parable of the Empty Harvest part I

by Donna Wednesday, March 26, 2014

There once was a farmer that lived on the outer edge of a small city. Each summer, he would plant his fields in corn. The people in the city loved his corn. His acreage was quite large. It was too difficult to grow many different types of crops. So, he chose to specialize in growing corn. He had to use large farm machinery and a commercial irrigation system to get all of the work done. He built a large barn to store his machinery in. His farm was efficient. He always had a good crop for the summer farmer's market in the city.

To the west of this farm was a small neighborhood. A certain man from that neighborhood was out for a walk one day. Read Full Post...

His Word in the Heart of a Child: New Testament Stories for Children

by Donna Friday, March 21, 2014

Children love the stories of Jesus and other Bible stories, Here is a list compiled by Penny Gardner and posted here compliments of Penny Gardner.


Highlights from the New Testament 

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His Word in the Heart of a Child: Old Testament Stories for Children

by Donna Friday, March 21, 2014

Highlights of the Old Testament

compiled by Penny Gardner 

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His Word In the Heart of a Child: Sharing Bible Stories with Children

by Donna Thursday, March 20, 2014

"Children Enjoy the Bible.––We are apt to believe that children cannot be interested in the Bible unless its pages be watered down––turned into the slipshod English we prefer to offer them." Charlotte Mason.

I agree, when it comes to bible study, children do well with studying the stories. They do not need to have Bible stories handed to them watered down. Little children can be read to and older ones can begin reading the Bible with the stories.  Here are links to two lists compiled by Penny Garner and are available here, compliments of Penny Gardner. There are enough stories listed here to have a story each day of the school year! Read Full Post...

Are you a "Keeper at Home?"

by Donna Thursday, March 6, 2014

I was reading Titus 2 (King James Version) and it sounds like women are to stay home and take care of the house. Really?  What is a "keeper at home?"
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HCOTD 11 January 2014

by Donna Friday, January 10, 2014

Holidays Celebrated On This Day!

Today is International Thank You Day.

 

Activities Suggested for this Holiday:
* Write a thank you note to a teacher, postman, Sunday School Teacher, or someone who has done something kind for you.

Word of the Day - Sachel

by Julia Friday, January 10, 2014

HCOTD 10 January 2014

by Donna Thursday, January 9, 2014

Holidays Celebrated On This Day!

United Nations Day.

 

Activities Suggested for this Holiday:
* Make foreign food for dinner.