This post was originally written on October 14, 2005, before I had ever heard about Torah. I have revised a few places, to be sure that I am explaining Scripture clearly. Today, as last time, we're continuing our look at why each one of us needs God so badly. Last time we were talking about how ... Read More about Who, Me? (Romans 2:1-16)
This post was originally written on September 2, 2005, before I had ever heard about Torah. I have revised a few places, to be sure that I am explaining Scripture clearly. I know it's late on Friday night here in the states, but I finally have a quiet moment and thought I'd write a Bible study. ... Read More about Who Needs Missionaries? (Romans 1:18-32)
This post was originally written on August 20, 2005, before I had ever heard about Torah. I have revised a few places, to be sure that I am explaining Scripture clearly. Yeah, it's finally time to dig into Romans together! This is such a fabulous book. It's deep and full of more discussion than ... Read More about The Letter to the Romans (Romans 1:1-17)
I received an email: I had a question about Yom Kippur. I have been keeping Torah since about 2015, but I have to confess that knowing what dates the holy feasts fall on the Gregorian calendar is a subject I could definitely study more on. I see a notice on the Homeschooling Torah calendar that Yom ... Read More about Why Is Yom Kippur on a Weird Date for the Elliott Family?
I am strongly convinced of something when it comes to parenting: "It is better to prevent problems than fix them." As a blogger, author, and curriculum developer, I love to help women build strong marriages and families. However, sometimes I feel like I'm just playing catch up. By the time ... Read More about Pregnancy, Childbirth, & Parenting Classes – Index
I'm sending out a quick update, because I figured this information would be really useful to you. I have started several new video series on YouTube, and I wanted to be sure you knew about them. Hebrew School As I've been working on our new Word Power curriculum at Foundations Press and ... Read More about New Videos
Have you seen the news lately? Food shortages, gas costs skyrocketing, the housing market shaking, shipping containers delayed, social unrest, war and nuclear threats... It's not pretty, is it? We know that the Bible promises that He will call us home and Yeshua will reign as King. We know He ... Read More about Promises to His Remnant
It's gardening season in Michigan. Some people plant after Mother's Day, while some wait until Memorial Day, but either way, people are outside preparing the ground, planting their first warm-weather crops like tomatoes and peppers, using their rototillers or preparing their no-till beds. The ground ... Read More about Garden Thoughts