U.S. History 1877 to the Present
Package and Individual Items
U.S. History 1877 to the Present with economics, English, history, and Bible (3 full-year credits) is a one-year curriculum intended for 12th grade, to follow U.S. History to 1877. Students will complete their study of United States history and delve into national and international events from a Christian perspective. They will also refine their oral communication skills to be effective communicators for God's Kingdom and study economics and biblical financial principles.
Daily lesson plans are in an easy-to-use weekly chart format that lists each subject with the appropriate book titles and page numbers to complete each day.
Life-Transforming Conversations with God
This convenient, easy-to-use, spiral-bound book includes 18 months of weekly journal sheets that coordinate with our Bible reading blog at Journey. Chronicle your walk with God as you grow in your Christian life.
Edward J. Shewan
A step-by-step guide to writing a research paper. From selecting a topic to publishing the final draft, this booklet will help the student develop the skills needed to succeed in any area of research.
Alex & Brett Harris
By defining the teen years as a launching pad for life, this book encourages young people to own their faith and their future. Packed with real-life stories and examples, Do Hard Things encourages teens to pursue excellence and rise their potential.
This study course will lead the student through six steps to becoming a confident public speaker. Study the secrets of great communicators of the past and put those principles to work in any speaking situation.
- DVD Video Course
- CD-ROM Teacher's Guide
- Student Text
(One Student Text is included; purchase one Student Text per additional student.)
To discover the new opportunities awaiting you as a confident public speaker, follow Jeff Myers's coaching, and transform yourself with time-tested secrets that have fostered great leaders from Abraham Lincoln to Winston Churchill to Billy Graham.
Robert Boyd Munger
This challenging meditation will help you give Christ control over all your life.
This classic book provides a step-by-step guide to change your prayer life. By utilizing twelve five-minute areas of focus, your student will be challenged to spend an hour in prayer every day.
Learn how to memorize Scripture with this easy-to-understand guide. Includes a plan for memorizing 100 Bible verses.
In this classic, you will examine the cost of being a Christian and the meaning of the first and greatest commandment: loving God. This masterpiece on Christian living remains as relevant today as when it was first published.
Learn what happens when a man give his business to God. Follow the story of Stanley Tam and be inspired to steward your whole life for God's honor.
Abridged from Operation World, this volume explores what God is doing in countries around the globe. A resource to impact the nations for Christ through prayer that will be used by your family for years to come.
Our culture is rapidly changing - how are Christians supposed to respond?
Counter Culture sorts through the major issues affecting our society and challenges Christians to live by God's principles. Providing a clear, biblical perspective on topics such as poverty, abortion, sex trafficking, racism, and marriage, this volume will help your student to be "salt and light" in the world today.
Donald S. Whitney
Spiritual disciplines are the things we can do to enjoy a full, growing relationship with God: things such as praying, reading the Bible, and memorizing Scripture. Containing practical application questions and exercises based on Scripture, this book provides insight into developing life-long habits that will help you know God better.
Pamela Cooper and Joseph Connors
This student guide is for Economics for Life; it will not work with Economics in a Box.
James D. Gwartney, Richard L. Stroup, Dwight R. Lee, and Twani H. Ferrarini
In this classic book, you will study the key elements of economic growth, the role of the government, and how it all applies to your personal financial life.
Jay W. Richards
This book examines the teachings of Jesus and their relationship to capitalism.
Pamela Cooper and Joseph Connors
This semester-long course will ground the student in understanding the basic principles of economics.