Join us all month for this series of Advent thoughts, perfect for provoking thoughts that turn our Christmas preparations to Jesus. In this first episode, discover an interesting connection between forest fires, birds, and the hope of Christmas.
Families, if you’re looking for a way to pass the time “on the way to Grandmother’s house” this year, give a listen to this Thanksgiving episode of The Everyday Educator! You’ll enjoy poems, Scripture, a few jokes, and the audio version of an oldie but goodie: “The Truth About Thanksgiving”. It’s our family’s gift to yours!
Is assessing ever a blessing?? According to guest Kelli Wilt, that depends on your perspective! Join host Lisa Bailey as Kelli shares how Blue Book exams can be a celebration of what we know, and an opportunity to indulge in some deep conversations. Parents, you’ll hear some helpful tips for preparing for Blue Books all semester long; directors, Kelli gives some great practical ideas for making Blue Books fun!
Join host Lisa Bailey this week and discover how the seeds of classical Christian education are blooming all over the world! Guests Koreen Mazurek and Dawna Ferguson share how families in Chile and Canada are “knowing God and making Him known” through their participation in CC programs in their homelands. Their powerful testimonies will bless you; their prayer requests will inspire you. We are drawn together by our mission and our method; just listen!
What comes to mind when you ponder “family learning?” Most of us wonder what we should be learning and how to make learning all together doable. Maybe the most important question, though, is why is learning together so pivotal? On this episode of the Everyday Educator Podcast, Tim Knotts helps us answer all the questions, and it begins with ….conversations! Listen in and find out how the 5 Canons of Rhetoric really do help you have the conversations that make learning family-style a joy and a blessing.