I have been a homeschool mom and a children’s teacher for almost half my life. I have written curricula for Sunday School, VBS, and children’s Bible studies, as well as for high school literature and creative writing. Over the years, I have developed a philosophy of children’s education that is not perhaps mainstream. I would like to exchange ideas with other like-minded educators.

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  1. Hi, Marilyn. I don’t make a habit of commenting on (or, in fact, reading) blogs, but I came across yours when looking for material to answer share with our adopted son about judgement and Revelation. It is refreshing to find someone who promotes high standards for children (spiritually and intellectually). I am called to “Lead Groups of Children to Spread Revival”.
    I would like to stay in touch. God bless you and your family. Quaife Nichols


  2. Thank you for your encouraging comments. It is gratifying to know that others are benefiting from the things God has been teaching me over the years, and especially delightful to hear from a like-minded mom. Let me know how it is going with teaching your son the book of Revelation.


  3. Hi Greetings,
    My name is Chenee Marie and I’m a regular reader of your blog and I thought you might like this piece my colleague just wrote. You can find it here: http://www.opencolleges.edu.au/informed/features/50-non-profit-organizations-that-educate-people-in-need/

    I’d love to know what you think about the topic. Can you leave a comment? I’m always on the look out for interesting conversation. 😀

    Thank you,

    Chenee Marie Quia-Eo
    Community Outreach Specialist, Open Colleges
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    • Thank you for your interest in my blog. I appreciate your input. I perused your colleague’s list and found it quite thorough. These organizations are very much needed. However, this is rather outside my area of expertise. Although my work has been translated and transmitted overseas by my editors, I don’t really have any control or input as to how it is used in other countries. I only have controlling interests here in the U.S.


  4. I am also a homeschool mom(20 years and counting) and children’s minister (almost 10 years) and I too have a high standard for teaching kids the Bible. At present I am nearing the end of the second time through the whole Bible in 8 years with my elementary aged Crosskids at church. I came across your blog as I am preparing a lesson on Revelation. I was looking for a way to summarize the main points in one lesson and wasn’t finding much. So I appreciate your deep, yet applicable and age appropriate lessons. Sadly I am bowing out of children’s ministry at the end of this year to invest in other pursuits, but I will always be on call to teach. 🙂
    Melinda Holloway


  5. Don Jarvis

    I am a senior Baptist Minister in South Carolina and have been teaching Revelation for decades. One of my lady Sunday school teachers ask me if I could assist her with teaching 12 year old mixed class on the book of Revelation. I attacked the Internet and came across your blog and am amazed at how you make the Book of Revelation come alive for young people and how you handle delicate subjects for the mind of a child. She is happily using your material and Kudos to you and your gift with which God has richly blessed you. I will always remember to go to your blog for information in the future. God Bless in your new venture. Don Jarvis


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