Cindy Rollins Aug 20, 2013

In light of my recent discussion with David Kern and Chris Perrin, I thought I would share my first adjustment of the school year. One of the greatest advantages of homeschooling is the ability to make adjustments. There is the danger of making so many adjustments that we never settle in to the work at hand but otherwise it is a great benefit to be able to change something that is not working.

Join me as I think out loud.

Andrew Kern Jul 26, 2013

At last week's conference, the single point I was hoping to grasp and communicate was this: Only the spiritual man is able to judge all things. Since the conference was on judgment, that struck me as a significant truth.

Most assessments in our world (of children's behavior, of employee performance, of student work, of intellectual growth, and of any other human activity) are rooted in a naturalistic materialism that excludes the soul and spirit from its paradigm - even before the analysis takes place. 

Andrew Kern May 2, 2013

According to the Jewish and therefore Christian tradition, God created the heavens and the earth by speaking it into being. When He did so, He made something other than Himself. 

This is one of the most important things the Bible teaches, along with the Trinity, the Incarnation, and the death and resurrection of Christ.