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Resources, curriculum reviews, guidelines, and forums for nonreligious homeschoolers.
Created in 1992 to fill the need for a private K-12 independent study program (ISP) that would accept California homeschooling families of all faiths, races, ethnicities, lifestyles, and edu-political philosophies.
Explanation of education from a Biblical worldview, field trip listings, class schedules, and statement of faith for this local Christian support group.
Information on this Macedonia-based co-op for homeschoolers using the School of Tomorrow curriculum.
Resources, family business pages, contact information, events, activities, lending library, classes, and statement of faith for this Christian, but inclusive, Vancouver area support group.
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How To Reset Your Homeschool Day (When nothing is going right) Howto #Homeschool #Resetyourday I'm a intentional faith based homeschooling mom of two, for the last 7 year's. We created this YouTube channel to help with ...
Why I avoid "Christian" homeschool curriculum | (As A Person of Faith) 2 reasons why as a person of faith, I avoid homeschool curriculum that is advertised and targeted as "Christian"
2021-2022 HOMESCHOOL PLANNER || MARDEL PLANNER || PLANNING FOR HIGH SCHOOL Hello Everyone! Welcome to my channel.. todays video is our 2021-2022 Homeschool Planner Choice. I hope you enjoy. Please give this video a thumbs up ...
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Ronald Reagan was the first president I voted for, though my decision came after some thoughtful soul-searching. Although I shared most, if not all, of his ideological perspectives, Governor Reagan campaigned on a promise to reduce the Social Security Beneficiary Benefit. Having been orphaned, I was receiving this assistance and depended on it to help make ends meet. For me, a vote for Reagan was a vote that would come at a price – as in dollars and cents.The post WATCH: Ronald Reagan: A Man of Faith – A New Documentary from Focus on the Family appeared first on Jim Daly.
Today is the National Day of Prayer.If you're not familiar with it, this annual observance is held on the first Thursday of May and invites people of all faiths to pray for the nation. It was created in 1952 by a joint resolution of the United States Congress and signed into law by President Harry S. Truman.In honor of today, I hope you'll tune in for a special edition of our Focus on the Family Broadcast we're calling “Bringing Purpose and Power to Your Prayer Life.”Our guest is Kathi Lipp, who will help listeners learn how to pray diligently for themselves and others.The post Bringing Purpose and Power to Your Prayer Life appeared first on Jim Daly.
Bracelets as a form of fashion go back thousands of years, whether as jewelry made of gold, silver or even wood.In recent years, though, bracelets have been used to help communicate a message or champion a particular cause.My friend, Randy Hatcher, co-founder of Explore Your Faith, recently alerted me to a neat bracelet his organization is distributing. Here is how they describe it:The bracelet is intended to be a relational, live, Gospel conversation starter.The post A Bracelet That Can Change Someone's Life appeared first on Jim Daly.
What do you feel when you read this Scripture? “Then he said to his disciples, ‘The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few; therefore, pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest'” (Matthew 9:37-38).What about this one? “And he said to them, ‘Go into all the world and proclaim the gospel to the whole creation'” (Mark 16:15).Do verses like these about evangelism excite you? Or do they strike fear into your heart?The post Using Your Unique Personality to Share Your Faith appeared first on Jim Daly.
The essence of our Christian faith rests on the reality of Jesus Christ's resurrection from the dead on Easter Sunday.Although C.S. Lewis is often credited with the succinct summary that Jesus Christ was either a liar, lunatic or Lord, it was the Scottish Christian preacher “Rabbi” John Duncan who once observed in 1859:“Christ either [1] deceived mankind by conscious fraud, or [2] He was Himself deluded and self-deceived, or [3] He was Divine. There is no getting out of this trilemma.The post Four Reasons You Can Believe With Confidence that Jesus Really Rose from the Dead appeared first on Jim Daly.
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