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  1. Cleaning House: A Mom's Twelve-Month Experiment to Rid Her Home of Youth Entitlement

    Cleaning House: A Mom's Twelve-Month Experiment to Rid Her Home of Youth Entitlement

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    Dismayed at the attitude of entitlement that had crept into her home, Kay Wyma got some attitude of her own. Cleaning House is her account of a year-long campaign to introduce her five kids to basic life skills and the ways meaningful work can increase earned self-confidence and concern for others.

    With irresistible humor and refreshing insights, Kay candidly details the ups and downs of equipping her kids for such tasks as making beds, refinishing a deck chair, and working together. The changes that take place in her household will inspire you to launch your own campaign to dislodge your kids from the center of their universe. Paperback, 288 pages.

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  2. Created for Work

    Created for Work

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    Modern culture seems addicted to ease and entertainment. It has produced a generation of educated yet often dishonest, unproductive, and weak-willed men. God desires higher standards for His people. He is looking for young men who do not shy away from hard work, who are not afraid to get their hands dirty, who can follow directions, think creatively, respect authority, and happily complete their duties in a timely manner. These are the ones He is training up to be future fathers, teachers, and leaders. Definitely not just for young men, this challenging book will inspire men of any age, offering the tools and encouragement they need to embrace God’s way and always give an honest day’s work. Great for fathers and sons to read together! Recommended! Learn More
  3. Exploring Economics Answer Key (2016)

    Exploring Economics Answer Key (2016)

    $3.00

    Includes answers for all of the lesson review questions, literature review questions, quizzes, and exams in the Exploring Economics Student Review Book and Quiz and Exam Book.

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  4. Exploring Economics Curriculum Set (2016)

    Exploring Economics Curriculum Set (2016)

    $60.00

    Exploring Economics is a one-semester course for high school. Students learn Biblical teachings about economics from the Old and New Testaments and a history of the U.S. economy. The curriculum emphasizes the contrast between command economies and free markets and helps students understand both microeconomics and macroeconomics. It gives students tools to understand what they hear in the news and to make wise economic decisions.

    The Curriculum Package includes the Exploring Economics textbook, a collection of supplemental primary sources and essays called Making Choices, and a guide for parents.

    The Exploring Economics Student Review Pack and the Exploring Economics Literature Package are also available separately.

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  5. Exploring Economics Quiz & Exam Book (2016)

    Exploring Economics Quiz & Exam Book (2016)

    $5.00

    One copy of this consumable book is included in the Student Review Pack. If you have more than one student using Exploring Economics, you can purchase an additional set of quizzes and exams.

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  6. Exploring Economics Student Review (2016)

    Exploring Economics Student Review (2016)

    $6.00

    The Student Review Book (included in the Student Review Pack) includes lesson review questions and literary analysis for Exploring Economics.

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  7. Exploring Economics Student Review Pack (2016)

    Exploring Economics Student Review Pack (2016)

    $12.00

    The Student Review Pack includes all of the daily review questions, literary analysis, literature questions, weekly quizzes, exams your student needs for the course, along with the answer key for you.

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  8. Exploring Economics Text (2016)

    Exploring Economics Text (2016)

    $45.00

    Anyone who earns money, spends money, saves money, or invests money is involved in economics. All of us play a part in the economy. A good foundation in economics is a vital component of a solid high school education.

    In Exploring Economics, Ray Notgrass employs his narrative, conversational style to explain the key concepts of economics and what they mean to the average person. Take a fascinating and relevant guided tour through the world of economics to become a better steward of the money God provides and a valuable, informed contributor to the economy on the personal, household, local, national, and international level. Hardback, 476 pages.

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  9. Financial Peace Junior

    Financial Peace Junior

    Regular Price: $24.95

    Special Price: $19.96

    Many kids have no idea what it's like to run a household—to budget, pay bills, buy groceries, and so on. As a result, we're raising a whole generation of kids who have no idea how money works and how to handle it wisely. When your kids leave home, they need to know how to handle the financial challenges and temptations they'll face. They should be aware of the hidden dangers behind those credit card offers and that driving a used car isn't such a bad thing. It's our job as parents to get this message through to them. If you teach your children how to handle money when they’re young, they won't end up with money regrets later on in life. You can give them the head start you wish you'd had.

    With Financial Peace Junior, your kids will learn:

    • How Earning Money Works
    • How to Save and Pay Cash
    • The Importance of Giving
    • How to Have Fun Spending on a Plan
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  10. Financial Peace Junior [OPEN DISPLAY COPY]

    Financial Peace Junior [OPEN DISPLAY COPY]

    Regular Price: $24.95

    Special Price: $14.99

    Many kids have no idea what it's like to run a household—to budget, pay bills, buy groceries, and so on. As a result, we're raising a whole generation of kids who have no idea how money works and how to handle it wisely. When your kids leave home, they need to know how to handle the financial challenges and temptations they'll face. They should be aware of the hidden dangers behind those credit card offers and that driving a used car isn't such a bad thing. It's our job as parents to get this message through to them. If you teach your children how to handle money when they’re young, they won't end up with money regrets later on in life. You can give them the head start you wish you'd had.

    With Financial Peace Junior, your kids will learn:

    • How Earning Money Works
    • How to Save and Pay Cash
    • The Importance of Giving
    • How to Have Fun Spending on a Plan
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