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yrotsiH: Do We Have it Backwards?

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How did I have it backwards all those years as a student, even in Christian school, and later when I began homeschooling too?!

The aim of "history class" was knowing more about people. Ironically, while I was teaching history that way, I was worried, worried, worried: Would my children know God? Would they be sure of His reality? Would His truths ever seem connected to real life?

Aha! Finally, I realized! History is actually a prime opportunity to reveal God and parade those truths convincingly, and then to see how people responded in history! Talk about "meaningful!"

If you appreciate this audio, please consider a small donation of $1 or $2 to one of Michelle's projects, the Children's Preservation Library. This library serves Christian families in her home area by making available the best literature of yesteryear, when children's literature was of a much different nature, both intellectually and philosophically. Michelle also helps other private libraries around the nation build the same type of literature collection. Thank you for your consideration!

Children’s Preservation Library
1020 Hastings, Suite #103
PO Box 2128
Traverse City, MI 49685

Rule Left Rule Right


Fathers and Raising Godly Sons

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In intriguing, journalistic style, Moody Radio's PrimeTime America interviewed Michelle Miller (author of TruthQuest History) and Rev. Robert Lewis (author of Raising a Modern-Day Knight and Men's Fraternity) on the special impacts of fatherhood essential to the raising of sons. The insights are of unique interest to homeschooling families where boys spend the bulk of their waking hours with their devoted mothers. Produced by Paul Butler, these concise audio presentations can also be found on his blog at: https://moodyradiopaulbutler.wordpress.com/?s=Michelle+Miller

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Mission Impossible

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Michelle shares the painful realization that she has, while trying to be a good mother, unwittingly insinuated herself into areas of her sons' training where God has gifted men with special impacts. While exploring the unique post of fathers (in teaching godly manhood, building a work ethic, etc.), Michelle became conscious of powerful obstructions and their fettering of Christian parents trying to reproduce the faith in the next generation. Fathers report seeing the awesomeness and challenges of their mission in a whole new way!

You are welcome to listen to the full mp3 version of Michelle's "Mission Impossible" presentation given at a Florida event. If you appreciate the audio, please consider a small donation of $1 or $2 to one of Michelle's projects, the Children's Preservation Library. This library serves Christian families in her home area by making available the best literature of yesteryear, when children's literature was of a much different nature, both intellectually and philosophically. Michelle also helps other private libraries around the nation build the same type of literature collection. Thank you for your consideration!

Children’s Preservation Library
1020 Hastings, Suite #103
PO Box 2128
Traverse City, MI 49685

Rule Left Rule Right

Hot Rods and Hope Chests: Boys and Girls and History

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We men and women cannot stop laughing (or crying!) over the differences between us. Mom, are you considering these same differences when teaching history to your sons? We gals can enjoy relating to people of the past, but guys engage best when seeing God's historic unveiling of the potent truths which have past/present power and future impact. This audio will transform your odyssey through history, igniting in your boys and girls both current interest and world-changing vision!

If you appreciate this audio, please consider a small donation of $1 or $2 to one of Michelle's projects, the Children's Preservation Library. This library serves Christian families in her home area by making available the best literature of yesteryear, when children's literature was of a much different nature, both intellectually and philosophically. Michelle also helps other private libraries around the nation build the same type of literature collection. Thank you for your consideration!

Children’s Preservation Library
1020 Hastings, Suite #103
PO Box 2128
Traverse City, MI 49685

Rule Left Rule Right

Parents, What Hidden Beliefs Drive the Education Decisions We Make for Our Children?

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In intriguing, journalistic style, Moody Radio's PrimeTime America interviewed Michelle Miller (author of TruthQuest History) about the (usually) hidden beliefs that drive our decisions about education for our children. Thought-provoking and helpful for parents considering all education decisions, not just homeschooling. In fact, homeschooling is not even mentioned, since the questions are universal and deeply spiritual. Produced by Paul Butler, this concise audio presentation aired in 2009 and can now be found on his blog at:

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Labcoats and Literature: How "Story" (Living Books) Can Power Your Homeschool.

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We use the terms story and living books, but is there a meaningful difference between living books and regular materials? Does it matter? Listen in on Michelle’s workshop at the 2011 INCH Convention where she explains what truly makes a book living and why it is thus inspiring, powerful, unforgettable…and an ultimate tool for teaching. Sorry that the visual aids that she used don’t “show” on the audio, but you can imagine the laboratory test tube, statue of The Thinker, and goofy plastic flower. With that, you can join in on these practical and inspiring ideas!

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A Mother’s Role in Raising Sons

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Join another of Michelle’s workshops at the 2011 INCH Convention. Here she shares her heart on raising and teaching sons. You may be surprised to learn that she begins with the story of a Nazi war criminal!

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