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Upcoming Schedule
"Hand-in Hand: A Homeschooling Father Reminisces"
Arundel Homeschool Support Group Fellowship Dinner
Annapolis Evangelical Presbyterian Church
Friday, September 1, 2000, 6:00 PM
Annapolis, MD

Sharing Our Faith with our Kids,
(or, realizing what we did not know about God.)
M.O.Ps' Dinner
St. Timothy's Episcopal Church
Saturday, October 21, 2000, 6:00 PM
Catonsville, MD

What We Learned about Deuteronomy 6
(and lived to tell about it.)
Chapelgate Presbyterian Homeschoolers
Chaplegate Presbyterian Church
Monday, December 4, 2000
Elkridge, MD

Teach Me Lord That I May Teach ...
(or what we learned thinking we were homeschooling the kids.)
by Barbara & Douglas Smith
"A Collection of Lessons Sometimes Learned the Hard Way" ... This book is about lessons learned homeschooling. Often the most painful lessons are the most profitable. No corner is so dark, the Lord doesn't light the way out. May those who read this see the goodness of Jesus Christ.

From a Pastor's Heart: Devotions for Today
A Continuation of Devotions by Uncle Bill
by Rev. William A. Mahlow, Sr.
From the Introduction ... My grandfather has served as a missionary to India, General Secretary of World Presbyterian Missions, and pastor of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Annapolis. ... His inspiration for this book comes out of decades of ministering to others in these ways. As you read these devotionals, I trust that you will be encouraged and enlightened as you encounter some great insights into Scripture."

Growing Up Homeschooling,
(or learning what we wanted the kids to take to heart)
by Barbara & Douglas Smith
Taken from the chapter titled, "Getting Rid of Gunk" ... "no one makes a Christian do devotions. I can decide freely how much effort I spend maintaining my soul. Am I as concerned about maintaining an attractive, pure witness as I am a clean pool? Sometimes not. Resting on yesterday's devotions or last Sunday's sermon can foul my soul as surely as my neglect spoils my pool."
Due to be released Summer 1998

Building With Ancient Blueprints
(or, using Nehemiah's plans in your home school!)
by Barbara & Douglas Smith
"The wall of Jerusalem is broken down, and its gates have been burned with fire." Nehemiah 1:3. Today, when we look at the shambles of our nation's system of public education, we know our children are as exposed to dangers as the descendants of the remnant were. ... So many things are wrong, where can we legitimately begin to rebuild the ruins of education? The temptation to panic is real when we try to restore order and purpose to learning so that our children may prosper.
Upcoming release!


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Hebrews 6:19

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