Teach your kids theology using The Doxology

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Whatever happened to the truth?! All too often today the predominant worldview is that absolute truth is a fairy tale.  The general attitude is that morals are relative. That you should decide what’s best for you and do that. And while you’re at it, you’d better not judge anyone else’s “truth,’ because then you’re labeled…

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Mini Valentine’s Day Unit Study!

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Vary your homeschooling! Here’s a Mini Valentine’s Day Unit study, broken down by subject, to add some pizazz to your homeschooling day. Whether you’re baking your kids heart-shaped Valentine’s cookies (my son’s favorite!) or taking an afternoon off to make Valentine’s cards for your family, local librarians, nursing home, or neighbors, this mini Valentine’s Day…

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The best Black History books and resources for kids

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It’s important that we read Black History books with our kids. We need to read history books that include stories about our own ethnic group.  But especially if we’re white, it’s crucial to read stories about ethnic groups that are different from our own. Why is it so important? Because it’s vital to help our…

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