I’m already on the third day of my 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway at Monument Publishing. I apologize for not letting you know sooner. I have a very specific goal in mind for this campaign, and you will be interested in how this affects you.
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Here’s the “deal,” though it technically is not a sale. The Monument Publishing 12 Days of Christmas is a “giveaway.” I’m launching 12 free items specifically tailored to the Monument Publishing audience. So, speakers and debaters — or even homeschoolers with a subtle interest in the “homeschool sport,” as I like to call it — have nothing to lose in any of these free items.
All of them are valuable, but some of them are absolute no-brainers…
I think I don’t need it, don’t believe in it, and I tend to think it could actually be harmful. But the truth is, family counseling has been a most valuable asset to my family.
Thanksgiving 2014 in Minnesota.
I have a guest blogger today! This is from my dear wife, Wendy. She’s a master chef who can stir up a killer Thanksgiving dinner. Enjoy!
Happy Thanksgiving Week! I bet you have dinner preparations on your mind. Chris and I consider food to be a most treasured tradition for any holiday, especially Thanksgiving, and I would like to share with your one of our favorite Thanksgiving dinner sides: sweet & sour green beans.
Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas released over the weekend, and the storyline appears to be different than many expected. Rather than saving Christmas from evil attempts to remove nativity scenes from public places, Saving Christmas is out to save Christmas from Christians.
My family has taken to hiking lately. We have found it refreshing and relationally uplifting. This picture was taken within five miles of our home. (iPhone 6)
I sleep four hours every 24-hour cycle. I am healthier and more alert than ever, my sleep is extremely rewarding, and I gain up to an extra 28 hours of productive awake time every week. For the past 20 months, I have implemented a thorough and successful polyphasic sleep schedule. I’d like to share with you how it’s going.
There are several polyphasic sleep schedules, and I’ve adapted my own.
Wouldn’t it be great to quit the mindless job you have now and do what you love with your family, 24/7? It doesn’t really matter what your “thing” is. You can most likely make a living at that which you love, as my family has done for the last decade. Let me give you some background and explain more.
The Jeubs have enjoyed many fruitful years doing our “thing” together.
It’s quite liberating: no more microwave popcorn, air popper, or specialized kitchen appliance. Our family’s favorite snack comes from good, old fashioned stove top popcorn.
Public and home educators aren’t as different as they think in respect to fads. They each have their own silver bullet idea that is promised to miraculously pump out perfect test scores and most holy adult children. Experienced educators see through them, and the most experienced can tell stories of the merits and flaws of the fads they walked through. I’d like to explore (and sort of confess) three of them.
All fads promise perfect graduates. Reality is something different.
I can only guess from the previews how Ridley Scott will develop the character of Moses in December’s release of Exodus: God and Kings. I hope he dives deep, for Moses was a complex man in Jewish history. If interpreted right, we all could (or should!) identify with him.