Publications / Articles
|Homeschool Co-ops: How to Start Them, Run Them, and Not Burn Out
- Posted 5/3/08
In this book by Carol Topp, you'll find: pros and cons of being in a homeschool co-op how to start a co-op including running you first planning meeting ideas for classes and activities for all ages helpful advice on dealing with volunteers, setting policies, managing money and handling conflict.
|Keys to Glory
- Posted 7/1/08
A Catholic's search for God. Edward Rothacker learned early in life he was a musician. He started piano lessons in second grade and led morning mass at Catholic church by the time he was thirteen. Playing music throughout his youth, Rothacker joined the U.S. Navy and continued playing organ with the Navy Blue Jacket Choir and rock and roll with the U.S.S. Milwaukee's band, Damn Right. Although musically smooth, Rothacker's religious life was discordant. Imagine attending a parochial grade school for eight years, never missing Sunday mass for twelve years straight, memorizing catechism, playing by the rules, but not knowing God. Keys to Glory is Rothacker's autobiographical awakening and faithful search for God, telling how God used his music to guide him into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
|God's World News
- Posted 7/10/08
Christian Worldview: It's the most important goal of Christian Education. It's also the mission of God's World News monthly magazines using current events to develop Christian thinking and character.