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  • A Quiet and Gentle Spirit in the Slums of India
    by Beverly S. Krueger
    India is a place of stark contrasts. It is filthy, and yet everywhere there are beautiful young women with flowers in their hair. People live in thatched huts or tents made from plastic tarps not far from Internet kiosks.
  • Be It Resolved...
    by Beverly S. Krueger
    As homeschoolers, we don't believe in dumbed down education. Why then do we still approach resolutions in a dumbed down manner. Our fore-fathers looked at resolutions as a lifetime's work. Ours are in the dumpster within weeks of the new year. Can we do better?
  • Consider Your Ways
    by Beverly S. Krueger
    Through the prophet Haggai, the Lord spoke to the Israelites who had returned from exile in Babylon, rebuking them for not proceeding with the rebuilding of the temple. They had built their own houses but not the Lord's. Reading these words gave me pause. In what ways do I "build" my own house but neglect His.
  • Developing a Child's Faith
    by Beverly S. Krueger
    What does a child need to know about the Lord?
  • Down Stream
    by Beverly S. Krueger
    If you were to look down stream in your life, what would you discover? What you're doing right now is being carried down stream into the lives of your children, your spouse, your friends, even your community. It's possible to have the outflow of your life be streams of living water.
  • From Milk to Meat
    by Maribeth Spangenberg
    As Christian homeschooling mothers, Bible study should be a strong emphasis of our efforts. Educating our children at home affords us the blessed opportunity to be a spiritual force in their lives. While traditional schooling often makes it difficult for kids to remain faithful in morning devotions, homeschooling can have adjustable time frames to allow for, and place an emphasis on, regular, daily time spent with the Lord.
  • God's Provision
    by Beverly S. Krueger
    When the ground falls out from underneath you, it is then you truly discover that God's promises to provide are never failing.
  • Growing as Parents: Our Influence and Attitude
    by Tamara Eaton
    As homeschooling parents, we probably have more influence upon our children's lives than anyone else does. Recently, I was thinking about the idea promoted by sociologists: "What you think of yourself is largely determined by your perception of what the most important person in your life thinks of you."
  • How to Search the Scriptures
    by Beverly S. Krueger
    This method of Bible study was perfected in a small group Bible study I participated in for many years. As a group we grew closer to the Lord and each other by using this method to search all of scripture to gain insights into the character of God and his personal plan for our lives. The method is intense, but once learned and practiced becomes easier and less time consuming.
  • Hymns of Praise to God the Creator
    by EHO Staff
    The words and music to some of the greatest hymns ever written about our great Creator God.
  • In His Presence
    by Tamara Eaton
    If someone asked us if we'd like to meet personally with our Heavenly Father and hear what important things He has to say, wouldn't we all say yes? Jesus has already made that possible for us by His shed Blood--we can enter into the Holy of Holies. What a privilege and honor--never to be taken for granted. We should delight to come into God's presence and study His Word! Even so, making time to spend with the Lord and in His Word is a common challenge for busy homeschool moms--but so essential to our Christian walk.
  • Isaiah 53 Illustrated by Works of the Masters
    by Beverly S. Krueger
    A gallery of paintings depicting the story of Christ's death and resurrection accompanied by the text of Isaiah 53
  • Katie's Missionary Trip
    by Michael D. Krueger
    Family ministry can be life changing.
  • Looking for Perfection
    by Beverly S. Krueger
    I recently made a purchase from a used bookseller at Amazon. Through no fault of the seller, the book I had ordered and paid for was unavailable. She promptly let me know and refunded my money. That would have been that, except that Amazon sends out feedback requests, and I decided to leave feedback on this seller. I had a positive experience with this seller, so I left her what I thought was a good feedback response. I got a sweet little note from her not thanking me for my good report, but begging that I remove it.
  • Online Bible Studies
    by EHO Staff
    A selection of online Bible studies and devotionals for all ages. For more children's and youth bible studies see our Featured Bible Study list.
  • Opening Doors
    by Beverly S. Krueger
    I knew that he was going to have to go over and turn the doorknob and open that door. Max hadn't really seen that door until another little boy had opened it and peeked out...
  • Overcoming Fear in Your Life
    by Beverly S. Krueger
    Most homeschoolers are familiar with the fears that homeschooling brings. This article addresses a much more profound level of fear. If fear has caused you to change how you would otherwise live, then it’s time to overcome that fear, not by your own power but by the power of Holy Spirit.
  • Praying for Your Children
    by Beverly S. Krueger
    The Bible says in James 4:2-3, "...you do not have because you do not ask. You ask and do not receive, because you ask amiss,..." When I pray I like to pray 'big' prayers. I like to ask for much. I want those prayers I pray for my children to be the kind of prayers God answers, so I turn to the prayers of the Bible to find ways to pray that I know will be effective.
  • Selecting a Bible: How to Choose the Best Bible for Your Needs
    by Beverly S. Krueger
    With Bibles coming in so many shapes, sizes, translations and versions, it can be difficult to know which Bible offers the best fit for you. Whether you’re selecting a Bible for your beginning reader or one for your personal study, some guidelines will help you find the best Bible for your needs.
  • Struggling with Friendships?
    by Tamara Eaton
    A friend in ministry recently shared how all her friends seemed to be too busy with their own lives to reach out to her during a time of trial and loneliness, in spite of the fact that she'd spent many hours encouraging and praying for them in the past.
  • The Christmas Story
    by Beverly S. Krueger
    The story of the birth of Jesus as told by Matthew and Luke with accompanying art masterpieces.
  • The Importance of Knowing the Scriptures
    by Tammy M. Cardwell
    While it may be possible to study God’s Word without memorizing it, it is hard to meditate on something day and night when it’s not a part of you.
  • We Need the Supernatural
    by Tammy M. Cardwell
    I grow weary of the continual discussion of whether this movie or that book is good or evil.
  • With Thanksgiving
    by Beverly S. Krueger
    If you're anything like me, when problems arise, you want to throw them out like a blanket before God letting him see just how difficult things really are and how anxious you are. You may give a token nod to entering His courts with praise, but all the niceties of prayer that you practice when placidness prevails are quickly expunged from your repertoire. It's all wailing and gnashing of teeth or something slightly less frenzied but no less anguished.

Out and About - Bible Articles on the Web

  • The Road to Nicaea
    by John Anthony McGuckin Added: 6/27/2006
    The Council of Nicaea strove to answer one of the central questions of the Christian faith, but it also proved that theology is never a tidy business.
  • Why a Creed?
    by A Conversation with Robert Louis Wilken Added: 6/27/2006
    Why should we care about the early councils today—or even recite a creed? Aren't the gospel accounts in the New Testament enough for today's church?
  • What's So Super About This Guy?
    by Gary D. Robinson Added: 6/27/2006
    Born in the Great Depression, Superman still holds our rapt attention 70 years later, even as he headlines a new movie opening this week. Could it be because a messiah with a red cape?
  • Family Devotions, Bible Study, and Teaching Children About Jesus
    by Wynne & Harriet Yoder Added: 8/15/2004
    Studying the Bible, doing devotions, and praying as a family isn't hard once you get started. If the Lord has planted this idea with you, He will make the way for you to accomplish it. Start small and add more as everyone gets with the program!
  • Some Thoughts on Teaching Bible
    by Cyndy Shearer Added: 8/15/2004
    I have looked at every Bible curriculum I could find. Nothing has seemed to be just the "Right Thing." They seem to be either too arts and craftsy, or too dependent upon filling in blanks, or not comprehensive enough. Since we have suggested that people teach their children the history of Israel before going on to the history of other nations, we are often asked what we use to teach Bible.
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  • Christianity Cove - FREE Sunday School Lessons, Bible Study Curriculum, Crafts, Games & Activities
    Christianity Cove is the web’s #1 resource for Sunday School lesson ideas, crafts, games, activities and tips for teachers. With over 700 free Sunday School lesson articles on our blog, and 26 best-selling resources in our library of products, we’ve helped thousands of teachers around the world revitalize their Children’s Ministry programs and fill their classrooms with eager students.
  • Barna: Family/Kids
    Everyone has concepts about the shapes, styles, and dynamics of American families – some more accurate than others. In fact, some of the most popular data at barna.org is about families and kids. In this section of the Barna website, you can access our latest research and resources on parents, families, and children.
  • Free Email Parenting Tips
    Receive guidance and inspiration a couple of times a week in your inbox. Free parenting tips give practical suggestions to help you relate better to your kids and help your kids change their hearts, not just their behavior.

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Unit Study Articles

Unit Studies - Bible

  • Compassion Unit Study
    by Beverly S. Krueger
    If you have never used a character quality as a topic for a unit study, you may think doing so will cause you to neglect academics. Although science or social studies may not play as important a role in a character study unit, they can find a place. The goal of a character quality unit is not to impart new academic knowledge, but to learn more about God's ways and to search our lives and our family life for ways we can develop a particular character quality more fully. While working towards that goal all of the various academic skills, reading, writing, thinking, organizing, will be used.
  • Missions and Missionaries Unit Study
    by Beverly S. Krueger
    Not all are able to make a missions trip for a variety of reasons, but that shouldn’t keep families from receiving the blessings that missions work can bring. A missions unit study can introduce your family to a life long love of a particular nation or people.
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