To provide materials and services that support the ministries of the church, and help individuals to grow in the faith and Christian living.
Vision and Mission
Read to lead a better life.
Helpful Learning Resources
- Starfall – Games, Movies, & Books for PreK – 3
- Storyline Online – Actors Reading Books Aloud
- National Geographic Kids – Fun Learning
- Vocabulary Spelling City – Spelling Practice and Games
- Khan Academy – K-12 Coursework
- DreamBox Learning – Onine K-8 Math
- XtraMath – Online Math Mastery
- Education.com – At-Home Learning PreK-5
- GoNoodle – Movement and Mindfulness Videos
- Yoga with Adriene – Yoga and Meditation Videos
Children come without guarantees. No matter how well we take care of them, the don’t always perform as we think they should. They’re often hard to steer. Or they may lose their “brakes.”
We must help our children grow into godly people. David Wilkerson, said, “Good parents do not always produce good children, but devoted, dedicated, hardworking mothers and fathers can weigh the balance in favor of decency and moral character.”
To assist in your request to be good parents, here are ten commandments for guiding your children:
- Teach them, using God’s Word (Deuteronomy 6:4-9).
- Tell them what’s right and wrong (1 Kings 1:6).
- See them as gifts from God (Psalm 127:3).
- Guide them in godly ways (Proverbs 22:6).
- Discipline them (Proverbs 29:17).
- Love them unconditionally (Luke 15:11-32).
- Do not provoke them to wrath (Ephesians 6:4).
- Earn their respect by example (1 Timothy 3:4).
- Provide for their physical needs (1 Timothy 5:8).
- Pass your faith along to them (2 Timothy 1:5).
There are no guarantees. But we can have an edge in trying to “weigh the balance”.
10 Tips For Success On Reading Tests
- Carefully read all test directions.
- Look over the questions first, then read the passage, so you’ll be reading with a purpose.
- Use context clues to help you figure out words you don’t understand.
- Pay attention to the order of events. Look for words such as first,
next, then, and later.
- Watch for absolute words that can change meaning, such as all, always, never, not, and only.
- Underline key words that tell what happened and why.
- Find evidence in the passage that supports your answer choice.
- Review all of the possible answers seems correct, choose the one that best answers the questions.
- For multiple choice questions, if more than one answer seems correct, choose the one that best answers the question.
- Be sure to write neatly, and check your answers if you have time.