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From Adam to Us SeriesFeaturedNew

Author: Various

Publisher: Notgrass History

From Adam to Us by Ray and Charlene Notgrass is a one-year world history and literature course designed for students in grades five through eight. The daily lessons are written in a narrative style and richly illustrated with color photographs and maps. Primary sources, literature, and hands-on activities help the student connect with the history in a personal way.

Price: $26.95

Gentle and LowlyFeaturedNew

Author: N/A

Publisher: N/A

Item #: K628

Gentle and Lowly: The Heart of Christ for Sinners and Sufferers"Come to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest."--Matthew 11:28Christians know what Jesus Christ has done--but who is he? What is his deepest heart for his people, weary and faltering on their journey toward heaven? Jesus said he is "gentle and lowly in heart." This book reflects on these words, opening up a neglected yet central truth about who he is for sinners and sufferers today.Endorsements:“I have read no book that more carefully, thoroughly, and tenderly displays Christ’s heart.”—Paul David Tripp, President, Paul Tripp Ministries; author, New Morning Mercies and My Heart Cries Out“Gentle and Lowly comes from the pen of someone who has not just profited from reading the Puritans—but who, more importantly, has read the Bible under their tutelage. One short book can never be enough to convey all the glory of the character of Christ, but this book deftly unpacks something we often overlook: Christ is meek and lowly in heart and gives rest to those who labor and are burdened. Written with pastoral gentleness and quiet beauty, it teases out what twenty biblical texts contribute to this portrait of the heart of Christ, all of it brought together to bring comfort, strength, and rest to believers.”D. A. Carson, Cofounder and Theologian-at-Large, The Gospel Coalition“In this timely work, Dane Ortlund directs our attention back to the person of Jesus. Centered on the Scriptures and drawing upon the best of the Puritan tradition, Ortlund helps us see the heart of God as it is revealed to us in Christ. He reminds us not only of Jesus’s promises of rest and comfort, but of the Bible’s vision of Jesus: a kind and gracious King.”Russell Moore, President, The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention“The title of this book immediately evoked within me a sense of longing, hope, and gratitude. The message it contains is a balm for every heart that feels pierced by sin or sorrow—whether from within or without. It is an invitation to experience the sweet consolations of a Savior who moves toward us with tenderness and grace, when we know we deserve just the opposite from him.”Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth, author; Founder, Revive Our Hearts and True Woman“On the rough, rocky, and often dark path between the ‘already’ and the ‘not yet,’ there is nothing your weary heart needs more than to know the beauty of the heart of Jesus. It is that beauty that alone has the power to overwhelm all the ugly you will encounter along the way. I have read no book that more carefully, thoroughly, and tenderly displays Christ’s heart than what Dane Ortlund has written. As if I was listening to a great symphony, I was moved in different ways in different passages but left each feeling hugely blessed to know that what was being described was the heart of my Savior, my Lord, my Friend, and my Redeemer. I can’t think of anyone in the family of God who wouldn’t be greatly helped by spending time seeing the heart of Jesus through the eyes of such a gifted guide as Ortlund.”Paul David Tripp, President, Paul Tripp Ministries; author, New Morning Mercies and My Heart Cries Out“The Puritans breathed Christ-centered practices: they embraced the Bible as a lifeline, exercised it like a muscle, and relied upon it like a bulletproof vest. They knew how to hate their sin without hating themselves because they understood that Christ’s grace is an ever-present Person, a Person who understands our situation and our needs better than we do. They understood that we suffer because of sin. Dane Ortlund masterfully handles a treasure trove of Puritan wisdom and deftly presents it to the Christian reader. Read this book and pray that the Holy Spirit reveals Christ to you as the Puritans understood him, and you will be refreshed to understand God’s grace in a whole new way.”Rosaria Butterfield, Former Professor of English, Syracuse University; author, The Gospel Comes with a House Key

God’s Wondrous Machine Series - Elementary Anatomy SeriesFeaturedNew

Author: Various

Publisher: Master Books

Explore the fascinating field of anatomy and physiology in this engaging elementary science course! In Elementary Anatomy: Nervous, Respiratory, Circulatory Systems, students in grades 4-6 will study the nervous, respiratory, and circulation systems in the human body as they discover how the brain communicates with the rest of the body, how we breathe, why our circulation system is essential, and so much more!Through engaging text, beautiful illustrations, worksheets, and optional activities, your student will examine awesome examples of God’s creativity in both the design and precision of human anatomy, reminding them they are indeed fearfully and wonderfully made!

$22.95$14.00

Grand Canyon: A Different ViewFeatured

Author: Tom Vail

Publisher: Master Books

Item #: H326

Whether gaping at the huge chasm in the earth from the rim, or navigating the waters of the Colorado River below, visitors to the Grand Canyon see a perspective that words can't describe. In fact, perspective is the backdrop for this wonderful story from nature. Visit this marvelous site yourself, through the pages of photographs and essays in this book, and think about your own perspective. It's a trip you'll be glad you took.

How Great Thou ART SeriesFeatured

Author: Various

Publisher: Other

Barry Stebbing's award-winning art curriculum makes learning art fun and easy. With well known titles such as I Can Do All Things, God & the History of Art and Feed My Sheep, you and your students will enjoy learning a vast array of topics including Fundamentals of Drawing & Painting, Art History, Journaling and so much more.

Intro to Economics: Money, History & Fiscal Faith SeriesFeaturedNew

Author: Various

Publisher: Master Books

This Intro to Economics course will help your high school students (10th-12th grade) understand God’s views on money. Students will finish this course knowing biblical and practical ways to avoid debt, save money, spend wisely, and give from a heart of grace. They can expect to study this material for 35-45 minutes twice a week.This course also covers the origins and history of various currencies, the historical impact of the Federal Reserve, and modern money mechanics. The focus is on American currencies. Foreign students may want to supplement with resources about their nation's currency and economic framework.

Intro to Economics: Money, History & Fiscal Faith SeriesFeaturedNew

Author: Various

Publisher: Master Books

This Intro to Economics course will help your high school students (10th-12th grade) understand God’s views on money. Students will finish this course knowing biblical and practical ways to avoid debt, save money, spend wisely, and give from a heart of grace. They can expect to study this material for 35-45 minutes twice a week.This course also covers the origins and history of various currencies, the historical impact of the Federal Reserve, and modern money mechanics. The focus is on American currencies. Foreign students may want to supplement with resources about their nation's currency and economic framework.

Jacob's Geometry SeriesFeatured

Author: Various

Publisher: Master Books

Jacobs’ math curriculum has solidified its reputation of preparing students for academic & career success. This best-selling Geometry course is a respected standard for teaching high school math in both top schools nationwide and within the homeschool market.Also available is Dr. Callahan’s Instructional DVD that makes understanding the curriculum concepts a breeze!

Jim Hodges Audio Books - G.A. Henty Books SeriesFeaturedNew

Author: Various

Publisher: N/A

George Alfred Henty Historical Novels.

Language Lessons Series SeriesFeatured

Author: Various

Publisher: Queen Homeschool

Written for our own children, you'll find volumes for each level, each with practice in picture study, narration, copywork, dictation, poetry appreciation & instruction, creative writing, grammar instruction, and more, depending upon the level. 180 daily lessons in each volume make these books a simple, delightful way to introduce a variety of aspects of the Charlotte Mason style!

Price: $16.95

Learning ContentmentFeatured

Author: Nancy Wilson

Publisher: Canon Press

Item #: A226

We tend to think being “stressed out” is a normal state of affairs, and that contentment means sitting back and just bottling things up. For the Christian, however, contentment is something we must apply, work at, and make our own in every circumstance, because anxiety and frustration are not neutral behaviors.It is certainly easier to just go with our natural impulses when times are “annoying” or when times are very hard, but contentment is an important part of our Christian life. Even the apostle Paul had to “learn” contentment. So we shouldn’t wonder why we’re still in spiritual kindergarten—repeating the same lessons over and over again—if we haven’t given ourselves to study contentment.Thankfully, every test God gives on contentment is open book (even the pop quizzes!). In Learning Contentment, Nancy Wilson looks to the Bible and Puritans like Burroughs, Rutherford, Watson, and Spurgeon to help us develop the practical, spiritual strength and the perspective that comes from contentment’s deep satisfaction with the will of God.This encouraging little book includes concise explanations, application questions and assignments that will involve and challenge everyone, and lots of biblical wisdom for individuals and groups.

Price: $16.95

Learning ContentmentFeatured

Author: Nancy Wilson

Publisher: Canon Press

Item #: A226

We tend to think being “stressed out” is a normal state of affairs, and that contentment means sitting back and just bottling things up. For the Christian, however, contentment is something we must apply, work at, and make our own in every circumstance, because anxiety and frustration are not neutral behaviors.It is certainly easier to just go with our natural impulses when times are “annoying” or when times are very hard, but contentment is an important part of our Christian life. Even the apostle Paul had to “learn” contentment. So we shouldn’t wonder why we’re still in spiritual kindergarten—repeating the same lessons over and over again—if we haven’t given ourselves to study contentment.Thankfully, every test God gives on contentment is open book (even the pop quizzes!). In Learning Contentment, Nancy Wilson looks to the Bible and Puritans like Burroughs, Rutherford, Watson, and Spurgeon to help us develop the practical, spiritual strength and the perspective that comes from contentment’s deep satisfaction with the will of God.This encouraging little book includes concise explanations, application questions and assignments that will involve and challenge everyone, and lots of biblical wisdom for individuals and groups.

Life of Fred Elementary Series (Grades 1-4) SeriesFeatured

Author: Various

Publisher: Life of Fred

Now you will be able to start the Life of Fred series with your child sitting on your lap . . .. . . and finish the series sitting on his/her lap!You are ready to start Life of Fred Elementary when...1. You can talk in sentences.2. You are willing to listen to a 5 page story.3. You can hold a pencil.4. You can print the digits 0 to 105. You know your basic addition and subtraction facts up to 10Dr. Schmidt recommends that all students up to 4th grade start with Apples and work their way through the entire elementary series.There are ten books in Elementary Series, available individually or a set.

Price: $33.95

Little Women Study GuideFeaturedNew

Author: Louisa May Alcott

Publisher: Progeny Press

Item #: E740

Largely based on the author's own childhood, Little Women is a timeless tale that is as well-loved now as when it first was published in 1868-69.Through Louisa May Alcott's touching family story of Little Women students will learn:Author Biography: Learn about Louisa May Alcott and the fascinating history behind the author and novel.Vocabulary words used throughout the novel, utilizing a variety of activities to stimulate retention and growth.Literary Techniques: slang, similes, metaphors, foreshadowing, proverbs, allusions, motif, parallelism, allegory, maxims, idioms, juxtaposition, asides, anthropomorphism, antithesis, irony, mood, comic relief, alliteration, in context, foil, aphorism, jargon, sarcasm, tongue-in-cheek humor, extended metaphor, euphemisms, cause and effect, epiphany, poetic justice, flat and round characters, dynamic and static characters, dramatic structure, theme, point of view, coming-of-age,Moral Lessons and Character Values: studying God's word, focusing on our appearance, burdens/troubles, fear, pride, anger, self-control, encouragement, balancing work and rest, power of words, friendship, sacrifice, God is with us, quiet times, growth, character qualities, praise and criticism, love of money, The Golden Rule, live at peace with others, focus on what is good and uplifting, standing up for your belief in Christ, take up one's cross, pain and suffering, depression, helping the needy,Activities and Writing Assignments: research Pilgrim's Progress, class discussion on culture, research American Civil War, art, letter writing, natural science, cooking, planning, peer pressure, clubs, newspapers, outings, imagery, synonyms, haircuts, dreams and aspirations, gardening, fundraising, timelines, fashion, creative writing, crossword, calligraphy and illuminations, travel, money management, mapwork, biographies, foreign languages, costuming, martyrs, historical research, dance, kites, plays, multiple optional essays and projects!Suggestions for Further Reading: We include an in-depth reading list of more books by the same author(s) and other books and movies that tie in with, or are similar to, Little WomenAll of the unit lessons are written from a Christian perspective!

Living Art Lessons SeriesFeaturedNew

Author: Various

Publisher: Master Books

Learn about the seven elements of art including lines, shapes, and colors, while observing artwork and nature all around you in this complete, easy-to-use, year-long program. The Artist’s Journal contains the student’s artistic workspace for writing, drawing, and more, all related to the teaching in the main text.

Living Faith Bible Curriculum SeriesFeaturedNew

Author: Various

Publisher: Master Books

The Living Faith Curriculum Series has been created for grades K-3 (level 1) and 4-6 (level 2). Every time it’s Bible time, pull this special book out because it’s full of stories, pages to color and draw, beautiful paintings to learn about, and poetry to read. This is a journal to help students document their journeys with Jesus and learn more about who God is, who they are in God, and what it means to be a Christian and live a life that can change the world!