Today's review features a detailed look at Bible Breakdowns by Teach Sunday School. We received both the Old Testament and New Testament digital PDFs.
Father. Protector. Hero. Provider. Example. Priest. Happy Father's Day to all the men making a difference and lasting impact in the lives of their children and their community. Need encouragement? Tap the posts below to learn the importance and power of fatherhood. Celebrating Fatherhood Grandfathers are great! Undeniable Power of Daddy For more homeschool and … Continue reading Fatherhood is a blessing
2020 was a year to remember but 2021 is full of new possibilities. Let's reflect and prepare!
Swift transitions, small victories, and a plethora of blessings are the inspiration for this quick, invigorating post about God's covering.
One of my favorite scriptures is 2 Timothy 1:7 which reads, "for God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind." It was the first scripture that I taught Bear, our oldest, and I use it in prayer daily. I truly believe that God … Continue reading Scary Mom vs. Super Mom
Yes, we STILL celebrate CHRISTmas and enjoy the holiday season. I hope that you all have a wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year. I also pray that the words from my original blog post encourage each Believer that reads this.
See you in 2019!
During this holiday season, more than ever before, I’ve seen plenty of videos and status updates turned debates depicting the “truth about Christmas.” However, I hope that you are being mindful of the information and the source thereof. Study, learn, grow, and teach the truth but be careful that your knowledge doesn’t turn you away from God, through Jesus Christ.
You’re awakened, we get it.
The world is pagan, we get that too.
Celebrate if you want to or ignore the day all together, but don’t beat down your family and friends because of your new found knowledge. Remember, it isn’t wise to reprimand people and then go eat their food and accept their gifts on 12/25. I know that Galatians 4:10-11 is used to argue why we should only celebrate God’s holy days and feasts whileJeremiah 10:1-4 is argued to avoid Christmas trees. I believe this awesome…
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Studying the Bible is one of my favorite past times and I'm always looking for ways to share the information with others and teach my children. Recently, I've been using Books of the Bible At-a-Glance from Teach Sunday School to as an overview of the whole Bible for my chronological reading program. These printables have made introducing new books easier during my personal study and homeschool teaching time.
Bear and I co-wrote this review about Rescue Me! What Superheroes Can Teach Us about the Power of Faith. The first installment of The Captain Sun Adventures was enjoyable with tidbits offer age appropriate insight into knowing God and Jesus.
This summer Kenden entered several contests and he has won a total of $100. $25 for June Reading Contest $25 for July Reading Contest $25 for July Activity Contest The final $25 was won for achieving 1st place in the Writing Contest for 6-12 year olds. He submitted his 500+ word research paper called A … Continue reading #ProudMom, Congratulations Bear!!
This year Team KEMP Academy decided to learn Greek with the help of a curriculum created by Karen Mohs of Greek ‘n’ Stuff. For approximately five weeks we have been learning this language via the Hey, Andrew! Teach Me Some Greek! - Level 3 Set which includes the Student Workbook, “Full Text” Answer Key, Flash Cards, … Continue reading REVIEW: Hey, Andrew! Teach Me Some Greek!