Something’s Afoot

  . . . and I don’t mean the red carpet of leaves announcing your royal presence as princes and princesses in God’s Kingdom everywhere you go this season – though that’s not far from the mark. This announcement is for the upcoming Fall Science and Service Day co-sponsored by HIS Inc. and Cooperative Homeschooling […]

Can Creationists actually do good science?

Well, duh, of course. Unless you ask Bill Nye. I like the way Philip Skell puts it. Skell is the father of carbene chemistry (CH2). “Certainly, my own research with antibiotics during World War II received no guidance from insights provided by Darwinian evolution. Nor did Alexander Fleming’s discovery of bacterial inhibition by penicillin. I […]

Learning in Community

Our home has become robotics central this season. We started doing FIRST LEGO League last year. Now we’ve added a FIRST Tech Challenge team to the mix. It is a wild ride and the real blessings are starting to reveal themselves. We’re part of a community of dedicated homeschoolers willing to take on something that […]

This Year’s Home Science Resource Pick

As you may know, our topical focus for the 2014-15 school year is Ecosystems. In keeping with this theme, our recommended science curriculum for the 2014-15 homeschooling year is God’s Design for Chemistry and Ecology! This three part curriculum includes: 1) Properties of Matter; 2) Properties of Atoms and Molecules; and 3) Properties of Ecosystems. This […]

Back to School

“We had a really good day today, Dad.” These are some of the most comforting words I can ever hear when I come back from my work day. These are the words I long to hear. Thank you Lord. Thank you for blessing my wife and children in this way. It has been a busy […]