What do you typically associate with walking “according to the flesh”? Do you primarily think of external sin and temptation? Fleshly desires? Bad theology? Morally corrupt allurements? Sins that “other people” commit? How might you be thinking according to the flesh in your daily life?
Are you curious what our restfully-classical-eclectic homeschool looks like this year for our middle schoolers? Come join us and get a peek into what 6th grade and 8th grade looks like in the Sloan home this year.
Peek into our homeschool curriculum plans for 1st Grade and 3rd Grade with this video and resource post.
Early American history resource round-up: book lists, geography resources, morningtime memory work, art suggestions, and movies for educating your elementary and middle school students, and pursuing your own life-long learning.
In her book, Alsup communicates intelligently, logically, humbly, emphasizing throughout a robust theology of Scripture. She seeks to answer this question: Is the Bible Good for Women?
Can you study birds with unique books and other resources? I have over 50 suggestions for your elementary and early middle school learners!
Want to have your own and your children's hearts filled with poetry, but you're not sure where to start? There are the 12 poems I think everyone - child and adult - should know by heart!