Item #: K509
The ESV Journaling Bible provides the perfect way for you to keep a journal of your spiritual life right inside the Bible that you read and study every day. With its soft leather look, the ESV Journaling Bible features 2-inch ruled margins for writing observations, reflections, prayers, praises, and journal entries. This unique Bible makes a great gift and lasting keepsake for anyone who values God’s Word.Features:-Cream-colored paper-2-inch, ruled margins - ideal for capturing notes, prayers or personal reflections-Book introductions-Ribbon marker-Smyth-sewn binding-Packaging: O-wrap, clamshell box, or permanent slipcaseProduct Details:-Trim Size: 6.25 in x 7.25 in-Weight: 25.4 ounces-Type Size: 7.0-Page Layout: Double Column-Additional Features: ~Sewn Binding~Lifetime Guarantee~Book intros~Ribbon~Words of Christ Black
Item #: N999ee
God’s Story Will End Better than It Began . . .Experienced Bible teacher Nancy Guthrie traces 9 themes throughout the Bible, revealing how God’s plan for the new creation will be far more glorious than the original. But this new creation glory isn’t just reserved for the future. The hope of God’s plan for his people transforms everything about our lives today.Written for individuals and small groups alike, this book will help you understand God’s plan for the future of his people—life in a garden even better than Eden—in order to experience the glory of this new creation break into your life even now.
Exercises in Grammar SeriesNew
Workbooks from On the Mark Press.
Exploring Creation with Health and Nutrition SeriesFeaturedNew
Apologia’s newest curriculum, Exploring Creation with Health and Nutrition, covers what maturing students need to know to help them make the best choices they can for themselves as they become young adults. Health is about stewardship: managing what you have as well as you can. This 15-module course, which includes both a hardcover textbook and a spiral bound notebook, covers the physical, nutritional, emotional, and spiritual aspects of growing into a healthy adult. The answer key is included in the Book Extras online.Recommend age: grades 8-12 (see Parental Note).
Item #: H6130
This science kit if filled with most of the materials you need for doing the experiments in Apologia's Exploring Creation with Physical Science course, 3rd edition. This kit is not compatible with the 2nd edition of Apologia's physical science curriculum. Make an electromagnet, experiment with friction, and more!Throughout Apologia's Physical Science course, your student will conduct various controlled experiments, consisting of observing specific problems, asking strategic questions, formulating their own hypotheses, conducting experiments, and analyzing data to see if their results support or negate their hypotheses.The hands-on activities in this course can be completed with this Apologia Physical Science kit, along with some easy-to-find household items.Use this kit, along with the Apologia physical science curriculum to explore the following topics: Science – The Basics Chemistry – Properties and States of Matter Chemistry – Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table Chemistry – Chemical Bonds Chemistry – Reactions and Energy Physics – Motion Physics – Forces Physics – Energy Physics – Waves and Sound Physics – Light Physics – Electricity and Magnetism Earth Science – Our Earth Earth Science – Our Atmosphere and Beyond Chemistry and Physics in the Life Sciences Physical Science ResearchThis kit includes the following items 2 Alka-Seltzer Tablets White Card Stock, 8.5" x 11" 1 Magnifying Glass, 2", 3X Lens 1 Semi-Circle Protractor, 6" 1 Glass Beaker, 600 ml 1 Glass Beaker, 250 ml 2 Large Test Tubes, 16 x 150 mm 5 Washers, 1" 15 Marbles 1 Heavy Cord String, 25' 1 Ruler, 30 cm 2 Corks, No. 2 1 Insulated Copper Wire, #24, 15' Food Coloring, 4 Colors 9 Balloons 1 Alkaline Battery, 9-Volt 2 Bamboo Skewers, 6" 16 White Chenille Stems, 4mm, 12" long 100 Pony Beads, 9mm x 6mm 20 Red Round Push Pins, 1/8 in. 20 Blue Round Push Pins, 1/8 in. 2 Styrofoam Balls, 2" diameter Fishing Line, 15#, 1 yard 4 Stryfoam Cups, 12 oz. 1 Pipet (medicine dropper) 1 Steel Wool 800 Toothpicks 2 Clear Plastic Straws Epsom Salt, food grade, 1 lb or 450 g Nu-Salt, salt substitute, 3 oz 2 Yeast Packets 1 Plastic Student Thermometer 1 Flexible Tape Measure, 150 cm 1 Aluminum Pie Plate, 9" diameter 1 Solid Rubber Stopper, #3 Rubberbands, 1.4 oz bag 1 Tea Light Candle Adult Chemical Splash Safety Goggles Black Construction Paper 2 D-Batteries, heavy duty 1 Glass Plane Mirror, 4" x 4" 1 Nail, 16D, brightbox, 3.5" long Cornstarch, food grade, 1 lb or 450 g 6 Clear Plastic Cups, 9 oz Vitamin C, 250 mgNote: While our kits conveniently contain most of the items you'll need to complete the labs, they do not include some common household items or more expensive items, like microscopes and live cultures.
Exploring World History SeriesNew
Publisher: Reformed Fellowship Inc.
Item #: K670
Edited by William Boekestein and Steven SwetsForeword by Michael BrownHealthy churches have healthy elders and deacons. When a local congregation is blessed with faithful officers the results are bountiful (Acts 6:7). Faithful and Fruitful: Essays for Elders and Deacons provides current and future church leaders with an exciting opportunity of personal development. Like its companion (Called to Serve), this collection of essays offers biblical and practical essays written by seasoned churchmen drawing upon a wealth of leadership knowledge, experience, and wisdom. Engaging study questions for each essay can help readers make the most of the Bible’s instruction and encouragement for those tasked with the responsibility and privilege of leading Christ’s church.Continuing education is often required of secular thought leaders; should anything less be expected in Christ’s church?
First Form Latin SeriesNew
First Form and its sister Latin products have been used by more than 100,000 students across the world to learn Latin! First Form’s grammar-first approach focuses on grammar forms and vocabulary because these are the skills suitable for the grammar stage student. All beginners—regardless of age—are in the grammar stage of learning. Syntax (how to use the grammar) and translation are logic and rhetoric stage skills, respectively, and quickly overwhelm the student unless introduced at a slow, gentle pace and taught for mastery. First Form is the ideal text for all beginners, grades 5 & up, or is a great follow-up to Latina Christiana at any age. Now every school and homeschool can have a truly successful Latin program that creates Latin scholars instead of Latin drop-outs.Based on twenty years of teaching experience, this revolutionary “grammar-first” series will be your guide as you and your students successfully climb the mountain of Latin Grammar all the way to the top! The uniqueness of the Forms Series lies in two features: (1) Commitment to the trivium model of teaching grammar systematically in order to facilitate retention and understanding, rather than topically, to facilitate translation; and (2) Extensive workbook exercises to ensure skills mastery and rapid recognition of inflected forms.
Item #: N967
In this illuminating and deeply moving memoir, a former American military intelligence officer goes beyond traditional Cold War espionage tales to tell the true story of her family—of five women separated by the Iron Curtain for more than forty years, and their miraculous reunion after the fall of the Berlin Wall.Forty Autumns makes visceral the pain and longing of one family forced to live apart in a world divided by two. At twenty, Hanna escaped from East to West Germany. But the price of freedom—leaving behind her parents, eight siblings, and family home—was heartbreaking. Uprooted, Hanna eventually moved to America, where she settled down with her husband and had children of her own.Growing up near Washington, D.C., Hanna’s daughter, Nina Willner became the first female Army Intelligence Officer to lead sensitive intelligence operations in East Berlin at the height of the Cold War. Though only a few miles separated American Nina and her German relatives—grandmother Oma, Aunt Heidi, and cousin, Cordula, a member of the East German Olympic training team—a bitter political war kept them apart.In Forty Autumns, Nina recounts her family’s story—five ordinary lives buffeted by circumstances beyond their control. She takes us deep into the tumultuous and terrifying world of East Germany under Communist rule, revealing both the cruel reality her relatives endured and her own experiences as an intelligence officer, running secret operations behind the Berlin Wall that put her life at risk.A personal look at a tenuous era that divided a city and a nation, and continues to haunt us, Forty Autumns is an intimate and beautifully written story of courage, resilience, and love—of five women whose spirits could not be broken, and who fought to preserve what matters most: family.Forty Autumns is illustrated with dozens of black-and-white and color photographs.
Publisher: Bob Jones University Press
Item #: N8023
Meet Frances Ridley Havergal, English hymn writer and child of God. This is not the heart-wrenching account of the life of a martyr. This is the story of a young woman who came to know and love God so deeply that His glory spilled out into the everyday moments of her life. Eileen M. Berry tells her story in free verse as Havergal might have told it, based on the journals and letters she left behind.
Publisher: Dover Publications
Item #: D111
In this companion book to the much-loved classic A Girl of the Limberlost, an orphaned teenager longs to find his place in the world. Freckles was discovered on the doorstep of a Chicago orphanage, badly beaten and missing a hand. He yearns for the fulfillment of useful work, and at Indiana's Limberlost Swamp, his grit and determination win him the difficult, dangerous job of guarding a valuable stand of timber. Faithful and brave in his daily tasks, Freckles comes to appreciate the beauty and majesty of the natural world amid the wetlands' sights, sounds, and silences.As nature works miracles in the boy's lonely, starved heart, Freckles meets a kind and gentle girl who collects specimens for a wildlife photographer. Despite his growing love for his Swamp Angel, Freckles feels himself far below her station — until the opportunity arises for him to prove his true worth.Reprint of a standard edition.
From Adam to Us SeriesFeaturedNew
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.