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  1. I'm looking for a middle school level Bible curriculum from a Protestant perspective. I would like something that goes through each book of the Bible and provides background information on the themes, authorship, and audience of each as well as pointing out larger threads that run throughout scripture. I am not looking for a character study or something with a heavy theological emphasis. What have you used that meets some or all of these requests? Any reviews on the Bible curriculum "The Most Important Thing You'll Ever Study"?
  2. Time Left: 14 days and 23 hours

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    This includes the Small (6.5" figure) Bible felt/flannelgraph set with 600 figures, as well as: a grey background cloth, the manual, the Water/Sky background, the Shoreline overlay, and the Interior background. A few years ago, I painstakingly cut out every figure carefully. (They come uncut, so this actually saves a LOT of work for you.) A very few small pieces may have gone missing, but this was not used often. $125 PPD

    $125.00

    Dryden, Michigan - US

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    A printable PDF of lovely Bible memory verse cards to print and cut. The printable PDF contains uncut Bible memory verse cards, with nice images, for scripture memorization. These are great for those who use scripture memory boxes (not included). http://www.acresoft.com/scripturememory.html

    $9.00

  4. Any other sites like http://www.veritasbible.com/which I can use as an online bible curriculum for upper elementary school
  5. Hello all! I'd like to get some feedback on anyone that has purchased the SOS 5-subject Curriculum Set and how did you like it? I'm doing my research on it before I buy since it's a $400+ set and it will follow my kids from 3rd - 12th grade! I like that it has a consistent 5 subjects that covers the Bible, History & Geography, Language Arts, Math, and Science so I could use it as the core curriculum and add worksheets and activities I around it. Anyone use this with their kids? Thanks!
  6. I have purchased GrapeVine studies and as I'm starting to use it, I'm wondering how this is supposed to work. Unless I'm missing something obvious, I'm confused as to how I'm supposed to use it. It seems a bit disjointed. What am I missing? I've seen posts that GrapeVine is loved by families, so how does this work? My son is 8 years old and I need something that will keep his attention more so than the typical Sunday school format.
  7. Hi :3 This is Pronghorn's daughter, and I'm here to tell you about a game I made for my Girl Scout Silver Award. It's available free at JourneyswithPaul.blogspot.com My game centers around the missionary journeys of the Apostle Paul. You can print out the game board and pieces at the website and it's completely free. It can be used in home learning or Sunday school situations and other things. I'd appreciate feedback if you check it out. Please feel free to spread the word to other sites, especially Christian ones. Bye :3
  8. Does anyone have recommendations for a Bible curriculum or devotional that includes Scripture Memory for Kinder age? My older 3 have done school together for 3 years, but my youngest is now starting. I have been using Long Story Short Devotional (Old Testament), but now we are part way through Short Story Long (New Testament). I hate to jump her in at this point (although, yes she has sat in on some of it). I used Leading Little Ones to God when they were young, but I don't seem to have it anyone. For Scripture memory the older 3 use Sing the Word Cds. We are now onto the longer ones, which will be too difficult. Any ideas? It would just be for my 5 year old. I don't want to assume she can do the stuff my older 3 can do, but want to be sure we have a good foundation in Bible. I don't want super intense because we do family devotionals at night and Awanas. Thanks.
  9. I'd like to correlate a 4-yr. WTM Great Books study with Christian Bible study, doctrine, and theology. Before I unwittingly reinvent the wheel, has this already been done? I'd love to make a plan that completely follows TWTM, utilizes SWB's HotAW or Western Civilization (Spielvogel) as the main history thread, but adds something to link Biblical history to it and Bible study (with lessons, commentary, not just a reading list of chapters/verses) as well, such as any of the following: Just the Bible section of MFW AHL (covers O.T. only, but same type of plan could be created for N.T.), TruthQuest guides, MOH, BP Companion, 100 Most Important Events in Christian History, Trial & Triumph, Foxe's Book of Martyrs, Greenleaf Guides, History Lives Chronicles, etc. I realize TOG, MFW, VP, and BP all do this (to various extents), but I really want to stick with a base consisting of the WTM plan just as it is in the book. I don't want to lose the free-flowing nature of it (i.e., the parts where the student chooses which points were most important or interesting, then chooses which to research further) by going with a program which has all of that assigned. I tried looking for correlations on the Paula's Archives of Homeschool Advice which used to be on redshift dot com but doesn't seem to exist any longer. :( Where did that go? It was such a gem. Back to my point, has anyone added a "Bible strand" to TWTM Rhetoric stage history, and more specifically, to either History of the Ancient World or Western Civilization?
  10. Hello! Is there an open and go Bible curriculum out there that has the following: 1. Kinesthetic (I'm aware of Konos) 2. Has memory scripture (but also explains the memory scripture) It can contain both aspects or just one. I may just stick with Konos. It's just so hard for me to implement. I think that's all I'm looking for. I may have to come back and edited. :) Thanks in advance! ETA: not looking for coloring pages
  11. Does anyone recommend a Bible curriculum that specifically guides child towards a living relationship with Christ. I was thinking that perhaps there are 2 ways Bible curricula can go: 1) Geared towards children that already accepted the gospel & have a relationship with Christ & have accepted Him as Lord OR 2) Geared towards children who need to hear the gospel message... I am thinking of a curriculum that lays out the gospel and then focus on guided a more discipling message. What are your thoughts or experiences? Thanks Sherid
  12. The third instructor book in our Telling God's Story series is now available on our webstore, in both bound and PDF form. It is also available for pre-order on Amazon, but we have not yet been told when they'll ship theirs. If you order directly from us, we'll ship it right away. Our new author, Rachel Marie Stone, has done a great job in continuing the pattern that Peter Enns set up. We think you and your children will love her style. The Activity Book is nearly complete, and should be available by this coming fall.
  13. I am looking for a Bible curriculum that is cheap for my kindergardener and pre-schooler. We just finished rod and staff and they really enjoyed it and it was simple for me to use or my ds 9 to do with them. It was just a Bible story with coloring page. Looking for something similar. Any ideas? Thanks
  14. I'm creating a 1.0 credit Christian Apologetics curriculum. Turns out my desire to do this is much more ambitious than my own faith in my ability to create a decent curric. Here are the novels I plan to use, along with other available resources and potential assignments. I also include the length of time to cover each novel, including our routine break weeks and holidays (30 weeks planned over 39 weeks total). Book timeframes are based on an avg of 100-150 pages read per week. Please help me figure out if I'm on the right track, need to expand, cut, etc. and how I should divide up grades. I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist by Norman L. Geisler + student workbook -- Workbook includes deductive/inductive reasoning questions and research/writing assignments for each chapter of the novel. (16 weeks + 4 weeks break) On Guard: Defending Your Faith with Reason and Precision by William Lane Craig -- Study guide available but I've been unable to find a sample to review. I emailed requesting one. Read and discuss weekly over coffee. (3 weeks + 2 weeks break) The Case for Christ by Lee Strobel -- Free study guide for teens available here, set up like a court trial. I'd have them journal the "deliberation" questions and give a final verdict backing up their delibrations. We also have the DVDs if they want to watch it after they read the book. Or should they watch the DVD with the study guide and skip reading the book? (2 weeks + 1 week break) Reasonable Faith: Christian Truth and Apologetics by William Lane Craig -- Website offers lectures, debates, podcasts and weekly Q&A topics, plus I found a free study guide. There's also a local chapter that meets monthly that we could visit if we want. Assignment would be to discuss the study guide questions and journal the practical application questions. (3 weeks + 1 week break) The Case for the Resurrection of Jesus by Gary R. Habermas -- Book includes interactive CD in game show type format. Read and discuss weekly over coffee. (3 weeks + 1 week break) The Historical Jesus: Ancient Evidence for the Life of Christ by Gary R. Habermas -- Unable to find additional resources. Read and discuss weekly over coffee. (3 weeks) If this was my literature course, I would give grades based upon review questions and writing assignments. But since the work load isn't remotely even between the books, I don't really feel like that works in a general sense. Yes, I know how I grade is entirely up to me, but I still want some guidance pls. So does this sound logical? Faith...Athiest = 40%, based on reading, workbook questions, and writing assignments Reasonable Faith = 25%, based on reading, discussion, and practical app journal Case for Christ = 20%, based on reading and deliberation journal Other 3 books = 15%, based on reading and discussion I don't want to bog the kids down with writing assignments and study guides for everything, but I want them to do enough that I know they're getting something out of the material.
  15. Worldview Academy is a non-denominational organization dedicated to helping Christians to think and to live in accord with a biblical worldview so that they will serve Christ and lead the culture. Worldview Academy Leadership Camps are one-week camps for 13 to 18 year-olds. They are very strong in their apologetics teaching, and they make it lots of fun too. They are very well organized and are quite popular among the homeschoolers in our area. Out of the 21 camps scheduled in different college campuses this summer, two are almost full and five are wait-listed already (as of May 28, 2013). We highly recommend these camps. Here is their website for more information: http://worldview.org...amp-information First-timers can get $100 discount using an Empower Code "KCVR". This code can be used by more than one person. Each time this code is used, my son gets a discount off his camp registration fee. This will be his third time attending this Worldview camp. The teaching at camp is on a three-year rotation so campers who go three years in a row won't hear exactly the same things. Please help us pass his code along. We greatly appreciate that.
  16. I want to help my almost 11 year-old learn how to spend time with God, cultivating her prayer life through journaling, reading the Word, etc. I've browsed online but a lot of the books don't have samples or even reviews, so I'm hoping to get your recommendations. It's important to me that this is not a "character building" book nor a devotional book of stories, but a tool for building a personal relationship with God. When I was young, my mom worked at a Christian bookstore and she gave me what I think was called Quiet Time Notebook by Becky Tirabassi, which I enjoyed using and it helped lay a foundation for my time alone with God, which although I haven't been totally consistent with that throughout my life, and the "format" is fluid/changing depending on the season of life, at least gave me the idea for that time and how it could be structured so that it had the potential to be rich and meaningful, developing intimacy with the Lord. Unfortunately that particular resource is no longer available - I'm going to look at Tirabassi's other works, but most of them look geared toward adults.
  17. Worldview Academy is a non-denominational organization dedicated to helping Christians to think and to live in accord with a biblical worldview so that they will serve Christ and lead the culture. Worldview Academy Leadership Camps are one-week camps for 13 to 18 year-olds. They are very strong in their apologetics teaching, and they make it lots of fun too. They are very well organized and are quite popular among the homeschoolers in our area. Out of the 21 camps scheduled in different college campuses this summer, two are almost full and five are wait-listed already (as of May 28, 2013). We highly recommend these camps. Here is their website for more information: http://worldview.org...amp-information First-timers can get $100 discount using an Empower Code "KCVR". This code can be used by more than one person. Each time this code is used, my son gets a discount off his camp registration fee. This will be his third time attending this Worldview camp. The teaching at camp is on a three-year rotation so campers who go three years in a row won't hear exactly the same things. Please help us pass his code along. We greatly appreciate that. Quote
  18. My 15 yo son attended Worldview Academy Leadership camps the last two summers. These one-week camps are for 13 to 18 year-olds. They are very strong in their apologetics teaching, and they make it lots of fun too. They are very well organized and are quite popular among the homeschoolers in our area. Out of the 21 camps scheduled in different college campuses this summer, three are almost full and one is wait-listed already. We highly recommend these camps. Here is their website for more information: http://worldview.org...amp-information First-timers can get $100 discount using an Empower Code "KCVR". This code can be used by more than one person. Each time this code is used, my son gets a discount off his camp registration fee. He wants to go one more time and wants to be an apprentice group leader after that. So please help us pass his code along. We greatly appreciate that.
  19. Hello, I have SOTW and MOH for Ancients and wanted to use them both. Biblioplan (upper middle grades 6-8) includes both of these for spines and I like the Christian approach. The cost for the set is more than I was planning on. My ds wouldn't like the coloring book and we have a timeline that could be used. My question for those of you who have used Biblioplan is which books are the most important if you purchased them separately ? Family Guide Companion Discussion guide Cool History Cool History Classic? Hands-on Maps This is for one student, my youngest. Thanks for your help.
  20. We will begin SOTW 1 with my first grade son in the fall. I like SOTW for the most part, but I really want to weave Biblical history in as well. Is Biblioplan a good fit for a 1st grader? Would I just need to buy the lesson plans and not the companion, since I'm using SOTW as my spine & I'll also use the AG for SOTW? I downloaded the sample from the website & I wasn't impressed with the companion from Biblioplan.
  21. We are delighted to announce that the manuscript of the third volume of Telling God’s Story–working title: God’s Upside-Down Kingdom–has arrived at the Olive Branch Books office. And it’s fantastic! Now that Peter Enns has set the framework for the TGS curriculum, we have been gathering other writers to flesh out the vision of Telling God’s Story. Rachel Marie Stone, author of Year Three, is a writer, thinker, and mom of two. She’s just finished a book for InterVarsity Press about God and food (check it out here, and read more from Rachel here). Like Susan Wise Bauer, she writes for Books & Culture and a number of other journals and magazines. She’s done a wonderful job of walking students through the parables and promises of the Gospels, and we can’t wait for you to see God’s Upside-Down Kingdom. We anticipate a 2013 release date for Year Three, and its accompanying Activity Book. Follow us on Facebook and on our blog for samples, author-interviews, and updates as the book-production process continues.
  22. Hi all, Olive Branch Books (the religious-instruction imprint of Peace Hill Press) is pleased to announce a brand-new book: "James: A Letter to the Scattered." We think you and your children will enjoy it. Take a look, view samples, and purchase here. It's also available now on Amazon for pre-order (they'll be shipping their copies in a couple of weeks). Here's a brief description: For two thousand years, a single ancient letter has inspired deeds of world-changing bravery and has kindled compassion of millions of lives. In James: A Letter to the Scattered, Earnest Graham's dramatic illustrations follow women and men around the globe and through time. Follow hunted Christians into Roman catacombs, accompany errands of mercy in modern hospital corridors, see courage and kindness amidst the carnage of the Thirty Years’ War, witness the fight for justice in 19th-century Mexico, and march beside protestors in 1960s Alabama. A Letter to the Scattered, the first in a series of graphic novels from Olive Branch Books, brings the ancient wisdom of the Epistle of James to a new audience. I'll leave this thread open for questions...I'd love to talk with you about the book.
  23. Which chapter of the Bible would you want your children to know before they go to college/move out? Just thought this would be an interesting thread.:)
  24. Ds (6.5) and dd(4)will be doing a Bible lesson with me next year. My concern (since my son will be in school) is the length of each lesson. How much time do each of these programs take to complete a lesson: -Bible study Guide for All ages -Grapevine Stick figure through the Bible -positive Action for Christ Any recommendations for other curriculum? How to save time?
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