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Ancient History: Adam to Messiah Links

History Unit Study Links Adam to Abraham Unit Study Links Mesopotamia Unit Study Links Ancient Egypt Unit Study Links Ancient Israel Unit Study Links Ancient Greece Unit Study Links Ancient Rome Unit Study Links The Messiah Unit Study Links Science Unit Study Links Creation Unit Study Links Light Unit Study Links Energy Unit Study Links Other Links Wisdom Unit Study Links Hanukkah ... Read More »

Where to get Discount or Free eBooks and What to Read Next

Did you get  take advantage of the recent amazing low Kindle prices?  Looking for free Kindle ebooks? My reading habit is ridiculous bizarre absurd outrageous  ambitious so I do what I can to find free ebooks or discounted Kindle books. Christian Book Deal Facebook Group I made a Christian Book Deals Facebook Group to post my finds (Christian fiction and nonfiction). ... Read More »

Torn Over Christmas? and a Freebie

See free Bible Journaling Tip-Ins celebrating Christ’s birth at the bottom of this page. How do you feel about Christmas? Do you observe it differently now compared to the way you observed it when you were a child? Do you observe it at all? Did you know Christmas has pagan roots? Does that bother you? Don’t get nervous. I’m not ... Read More »

Organize School Supplies with Free Teaching Supply Labels

Get organized with these printable teaching supply labels labels for homeschoolers or teachers. Having the correct tools for the job makes for a stress-free day. If you like the labels let me know and I’ll keep sharing. Download on the bottom of this page. I’m using the Trofast frames and sliding bins from IKEA. I was so excited to organize my teaching ... Read More »

Free 35 Lapbook Booklet Templates

These mini booklets are our gift to you. Subscribe at the bottom of this page for access thee 38 page PDF. A lapbook is made up of mini books, small booklets that contain the things your child has learned. Fan Booklet Template Circle Book Template 2 Tag Booklet Template Circle Book Template 3 Flower Book Template Circle Book Template 4 ... Read More »

Free Key Bible Worksheet Printable

The Key Worksheet scan be used for a Bible Chapter or passage. Document Key People, Key Subject, Key Words (Inductive), Application, and Conclusion. Bible study should involve note taking. Whether it is answering questions, rewriting a verse, or making a list; writing helps us to slow down and focus. Bible Journal Key Worksheet Subscribe at the bottom of this page to ... Read More »

Bible Copy Work for Thanksgiving

See the Free Printable Thanksgiving Game at the bottom of this page. Bible memory verses about being thankful. Three verses per page choose from manuscript, cursive, or d’nealian. Thankful Verses 1 Manuscript Thankful Verses 1 Cursive Thankful Verses 1 D’nealian Thankful Verses 2 Manuscript Thankful Verses 2 Cursive Thankful Verses 2 D’nealian Another Freebie (& see more below) More Thanksgiving ... Read More »

Printable 15 Minute Chore Checklists

Telling a child to clean a room can be overwhelming to them. These checklists are broken down into easy, doable one- to three-minute chores. You can assign a child a room or a few steps. Explain to your children that if they complete the list every day, each can be done in about 15 minutes! Studies show when teaching chores, ... Read More »

Tribute to My Hero on Veteran’s Day

These a few pages from a scrapbook I made as a tribute to my husband. Ronnie served as a medic in the Army in the Vietnam War. He received his first Purple Heart and Bronze Star for receiving a bullet in his arm while untangling a man during live gunfire from a barbwire fence. He received the second Bronze Star ... Read More »

Free Handwriting Bible Verses

Did you know, the Old Testament Kings were commanded to copy the Torah scrolls? No scribes allowed, the King was to copy the Torah in his own hand.  In writing a scroll of these laws by his own hand, the king is given a solemn reminder of Whom he serves and how he should live.  He should live in the pattern ... Read More »

Free Printable Thanksgiving Craft/Game

Download at the bottom of this page. Happy Thanksgiving Week Here is a gift that I hope will bring your family together for a few minutes to be grateful. Its a simple game can be played by all ages. You adhere leaves to a tree as you list things you are grateful for. The instructions include prompts for children that ... Read More »

Should Christians Observe Halloween? Boo Humbug!

It’s that time of year again. Vampires, ghouls, ghosts and skeletons will be haunting our doorways. American retailers celebrate a 7 billion dollar a year candy, card and costume business ($1.5 billion in Canada). I was driving in town and saw two Halloween stores within a few blocks. Stores devoted to Halloween! In between the two was a Party Store decked ... Read More »

Yom Kippur: The Holiest Day of the Year

We are now in The Days of Awe. Yom Kippur begins at nightfall September 29, 2017 …In the seventh month, on the tenth day of the month, you shall afflict your souls, and you shall not do any work … For on that day he shall provide atonement for you to cleanse you from all your sins before the LORD. ... Read More »

Faith is the First Step: But Whose Step?

Free Martin Luter King Lapbook! Martin Luther King, Jr. "Faith is taking the first step even when you don't see the whole staircase."I've often thought "Its a good thing God only gives the Light for a few steps at a time because if I saw any further down the road I'm not sure I would take the next step." Read More »

3 Things You Should Know About the Prophetic Fall Holidays

Most Christians don’t know about the fall holidays of ancient Israel: The Feast of Trumpets (Rosh Hashanah), the Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur), and the Feast of Tabernacles (Sukkoth). If the spring festivals so clearly prophesied the first coming of Messiah, it stands to reason that the fall festivals are also prophetic of His second coming. The way these holidays are celebrated reveals ... Read More »

Free Printable Rosh Hashanah Printable Card

Most Christians don’t know about the Fall Holidays of ancient Israel; Trumpets (Rosh Hashanah), Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur), and Tabernacles (Sukkoth). If the spring festivals so clearly prophesied the first coming of Messiah, it stands to reason that the fall festivals are also prophetic of His second coming. The way these holidays are celebrated reveals specific information of the way they will ... Read More »

Messiah in Rosh Hashanah

The blowing of trumpets is a sign of the return of Christ and memorial of God’s grace to Abraham when He substituted a ram to be sacrificed instead of Isaac (Gen. 22). Isaac is a type of foreshadowing of Christ. Just as Abraham offered his son on the altar, God offered His son on Calvary’s altar. Hebrews 11:17-19 says “By ... Read More »

Rosh Hashana Apple Honey Cake

Rosh Hashannah begins at sundown Wednesday, September 20, 2017 Rosh Hashana or the Feast of Trumpets begins at sundown today. It is the biblical New Year’s celebration. The Spring Bible holidays tell of Jesus’ first coming, and the fall festivals are prophetic of His second coming. Apple and Honey Cake Apples and honey are a traditional food for this celebration. We ... Read More »

Dualism: Roots of Beauty Bashing

Where did the idea come from that Christian should only wear plain clothing? Dualism is one of the most profound influences on how we view spiritual life, yet most Christians are not even aware of it. The American ethic is a result of the combined ideals of the Jews, Greeks, and Romans. Approximately 200 B.C., the Greeks began to move ... Read More »

Symbolism of the Number 40

The number forty occurs 146 times in the Bible, It usually generally symbolizes a period of testing, trial or probation. Mem (maym), the thirteenth letter of the Hebrew alphabet; its numerical value is forty. 40 Days of Flood Waters (Genesis 7:4,12,17; 8:6) 40 Years old Moses was called by God 40 Years in the Egypt for Moses 40 Years in ... Read More »

Assumptions That Affect Our Lives

An old story illustrates how easy it is to be conditioned into a wrong thinking pattern. A husband asked his wife why she always cut off the end of the rump roast before roasting it. She replied, “I’m not sure why. I’ve never thought about it. My mother always cut off the end of the rump roast, so there must be a reason.” A few weeks later Mother visited the family. Read More »

Why You Should Never Ignore Ice Cravings

I have been pregnant eleven times. Every time I craved iced. Every time I gave birth I stopped craving ice. It is amazing how many doctors don’t know ice cravings are a symptom of anemia. My second daughter had five pregnancies. She also craved ice during each pregnancy. We joked about knowing where to get the chest ice in town– Sonic ... Read More »

Life Changing Book: God and Women

The Proverbs 31 Woman: Without Guild or a Doormat Mentality course begins Monday, July 31, 2017. I am using Dr. John Garr books in my research. Pre-register to receive 60% savings by using the coupon here. God and Women God and Women by Dr. John Garr is must read for every Christian! This new book brings serious biblical and historical scholarship to ... Read More »

Want More Fruit? Plant More Seed!

Whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap. (Gal 6:7) Henry Wingblade said that Christian personality is hidden deep inside us. It is unseen, like the soup carried in a tureen high over a waiter’s head. No one knows what’s inside,unless the waiter is bumped and he trips! Just so, people don’t know what’s inside us until we’ve been ... Read More »

Pslam 119 Challenge

This course was developed to combine Bible journaling methods with an in-depth study of Psalm 119. Dozens of free printables (over $20 $30 value, see below) are included in this twenty-two lesson-a-day BETA course. Here are some student pages created during the study. At the end of the study you will have a Bible Study in a Planner or Notebook. ... Read More »

Study the Highest Form of Worship

When Christians think of worship, images of the Sunday morning worship service come to view, with singing, praying, giving, preaching, and sharing the sacrament. Study is perhaps something that is done in preparation for worship, but could ... Read More »

Celebrating Purim

To commemorate the miraculous turn of events recorded in Esther, Purim is celebrated with feasts, sending gifts of food to friends and the needy, and with the reading of Esther, the story of Purim. The earliest descriptions of Purim celebrations, from the Second Temple and Mishnaic eras, offer no indication of the partying that is associated with the festival today. ... Read More »

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