Our family has been homeschooling for just under five years and, in that brief time, the amount of support programs available seems to have multiplied exponentially. The programs offered are as varied as each individual family, from half-day programs that are in addition to core subjects to full and multi-day programs that provide the bulk of a core program. It… Read More
A few years ago our family had the privilege of seeing an amazing exhibit of the Dead Sea Scrolls at our local science museum. How incredible to see those ancient words of God – words that He miraculously preserved in jars inside of caves for two thousand years! What a mighty act of God! Preserving words on paper for two… Read More
I saw an incredible post today on the new movie Selma. The article is written by John Piper and can be found here. I’d love to hear your thoughts on this article.
(One of the many precedents that George Washington set for presidential actions was the issuing of Thanksgiving proclamations. Here is the one from 1789, his first year in office. May God bless us with leaders who will so honestly and forthrightly express their own personal faith in God and our dependence on Him as a nation.–Ray Notgrass) Whereas it is… Read More
The unthinkable had happened–again. In 1881, a mere sixteen years after President Abraham Lincoln had been assassinated in Ford’s Theater, President James Garfield was wounded by an assassin just before he boarded a train at a Washington train station. As the President lingered in agony from his wound, many people feared what would happen if Vice President Chester Arthur became… Read More
Statesman, yet friend to truth, of soul sincere, In action faithful, and in honor clear. So reads the citation of the American Agribusiness Council honoring William Jennings Bryan. Known as the “Great Commoner,” throughout a public career that spanned four decades Bryan stood strongly for Christian principles and the application of those principles to help everyday people. Bryan was an… Read More