Encourage, protect, guide, and stimulate your child's imagination with this all-inclusive homeschooler's bundle. This pack includes six essential books that should make up every homeschool family library!
Kitchen Table Devotions: Experience the joy of worshipping God as a family.
Discover how your home can become a house of worship with Kitchen Table Devotions: Worshipping God from A-Z as a Family. This 26-day devotional is a thoughtful but simple way for parents to creatively teach their children about the characteristics of the Lord. These devotions follow the letters of the alphabet so children of all ages can engage with the story, Scripture, and prayer of each devotion. So gather around the kitchen table, settle into the living room, or make space wherever your family enjoys being together, and delight in the beauty of worshipping the Lord together.
Protecting Your Children from Internet Pornography exposes the many ways that pornography is hurting people, relationships, society, and—especially—our children. Dr. John Foubert writes about complex concepts in practical terms, helping you understand issues like how pornography affects the brain, how pornography is a recipe for sexual violence, and why you should take measures to protect your children and those you love. Practical suggestions at the end of each chapter show you how to apply this invaluable information. It is time for a national conversation about what pornography is really all about. You will be disturbed, shocked, motivated, and empowered to make a difference after reading this book.
The Relationally-Intelligent Child teaches parents the crucial insights of a must grasp concept: relational intelligence. This tool for growth and connection will not only change a child's life, but also a parent's own relationships. You'll discover five key elements that can engage and equip your child with skills for being relationally intelligent with family, friends, and others. This book also includes a special online version of the Connect Assessment® to help parents understand their children's relational strengths. You'll find a hands-on application plan, as well as links to powerful podcasts, videos, and resources. Your child was created for connection and designed for loving relationships. Get the help you need to guide them to develop the skills they need to do so.
Ransom's Mark---Daughters of the Faith: Ordinary Girls Who Lived Extraordinary Lives
When 13-year-old Olive Oatman's wagon train is raided by outlaw Yavapai Indians, she and her sister are captured. After enduring harsh treatment, they are ransomed by a band of Mohaves. Olive struggles to adjust to her new life but finds comfort in her faith and in an unexpected friendship. When the time comes for her to return to the previous world she once knew, she is afraid she will never fit in. But she learns to see the Mohave design tattooed on her chin as a sign of God's love and deliverance, a mark of ransom.
The Captive Princess---Daughters of the Faith: Ordinary Girls Who Lived Extraordinary Lives
On the eastern shores of the North American wilderness lives an Algonquin princess named Pocahontas, a curious 10-year-old who loves exploring the tidewater lands of her people. One day she encounters strangers, a group of people who look different from her own. She befriends them, and when her people come into conflict with these new settlers, Pocahontas courageously attempts to save a life by offering her own. Based on the true story of Pocahontas' early life.
The Hallelujah Lass---Daughters of the Faith: Ordinary Girls Who Lived Extraordinary Lives.
As a teenager growing up in nineteenth-century England, Eliza Shirley was the picture of a proper young lady. She loved crinolines, kid-leather gloves, and her best friend, Beck. But Eliza longed for more than an ordinary, middle-class life. The Hallelujah Lass tells the story of how 16-year-old Eliza traveled from England to pioneer the work of the Salvation Army in the United States.