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Mighty Works of God

Setting Their Hope in God

Since 2002

Showing to the generation to come the praises of the LORD... Psalm 78:4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"The more we learn about all that God has done, the more we will learn to love God." Self-Government p. 2

 


 

"Knowing the story of American liberty will help us remember how special it is to live in a land of liberty." Liberty and Justice for All p. 1

 

 

 

 

 

"History does teach us about individuals and events. But even more, it reveals what God was doing in the lives of men and nations." Divine Providence p. 10

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 A Providential History Series
for the Home and School
  
How can your student love history?

   
Engaging Text   Exclusive Illustrations    

Detailed Maps Reflective Questions

  

Attractive Activities

Self Government Self Government
Primary Level
(1st or 2nd grade)

Students read rich text and discover that His Story is meaningful to them. They learn the Biblical instruction for personal self government and the beauty of God's plan for men and nations. Tracing the timeline of history, students grasp the significance of major events, from the beginning of time through America's journey as a self governing nation.
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eachers Guide
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lj cover Liberty and Justice for All
Elementary Level
(2nd or 3rd grade)

Realizing that history is God's Story, and that liberty is a gift from God, students trace the foundations and development of liberty, originating with the author of liberty, God Himself. Students learn about significant events over the course of history, with particular attention to the growth of liberty during America's colonial, revolutionary, constitutional, and pioneer periods. The final chapters highlight the Statue of Liberty, exploring Antarctica and the Arctic, and the Pledge of Allegiance.
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eachers Guide
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Divine Providence Divine Providence
Middle Elementary Level
(3rd or 4th grade)

God's care, control, plan and timing of events is highlighted over the course of history. Specific notice is given to the origins of nations, God's law, Christianity's answer to man's pagan ideas, and the influence of Scripture upon the course of history. Following the account of North America's exploration and colonization, considerable attention is given to divine providence and the American Revolution. Students continue their study with the remarkable period of invention and westward expansion, the World Wars, and a look at our motto, "In God We Trust."
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eachers Guide
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Setting Their Hope in God

Since 2002

Showing to the generation to come the praises of the LORD... Psalm 78:4

 

"Author Ruth Smith has done a masterful job of putting together an in-depth, understandable United States history curriculum that is particularly well suited to home education."

--Mathew Lewis

Homeschool Enrichment Magazine

 

 

"It's not about memorizing dates, it's about how God used people and nations for His Story. I'm so thankful my children are learning History this way, actually all three of us are now."

--Jen

Homeschool Mother

 

"The Mighty Works of God History curriculum was an absolute joy for my children to read."

--Malia Russell

Homemaking 911

 

 A Providential History Series
for the Home and School
  
How can your student love history?

"I used the Mighty Works of God for all four of my school-aged kids. The Teacher's Manual helped me see how to apply the Principle Approach to a lesson. I was able to take the leading idea from each lesson and expand it for my older children...

"Divine Providence gave me a basic curriculum from which to work. You identified principles and leading ideas and provided questions for reasoning and reflection. As a busy mother of several children, this was a huge time saver...The CD of notebooking pages was another timesaver...

"I believe many families are drawn to the Principle Approach because they want to teach their children to think and reason from the Bible...It takes time to learn the principles and how to extrapolate leading ideas from the lessons. That's why I believe the Teacher's Manuals to The Mighty Works of God series are so valuable." --Diane, Homeschool Mother

   
    

Reflective Questions     Attractive Activities    Map Studies

Scope & Sequence  Suggested Overview    Teacher Enrichment

Self Government Self Government
Primary Level
(1st or 2nd grade)

Primary level students begin their mastery of His Story by learning that the heart is the key to self government. Building on this understanding, students trace the principles and practice of self government throughout history, focusing on Christ, the center of history and the One who made the way for individual, Christian self government. They follow the westward movement of the gospel to Europe, the Word of God becoming available to the English people, and the subsequent discovery and colonization in North America, where the principle of individual self government became the foundation for local self governing cities, states, and our nation.

The Teacher's Guide provides ready-to-use lessons focused on leading ideas. Students are not expected to memorize information. Rather, their hearts and minds are challenged as they recognize the truths of history and their application to men and nations today.

Using Reflection and Reasoning questions provided in the Teacher's Guide, the parent or educator leads student discussion concerning cause and effect relationships, providential events, rich examples of character and conscience, and consistent Biblical thinking.

Cultivating Student Mastery questions encourage the students to record the main ideas in writing, with grade-level appropriate emphasis.

Student Activity Pages, incorporating full-color, original illustrations from the student text, provide a variety of written work, including maps, coloring pages, and charts which the students will use to compile their own, personalized, individual notebook. 

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lj cover Liberty and Justice for All
Elementary Level
(2nd or 3rd grade)

Realizing that history is God's Story, and that liberty is a gift from God, students trace the foundations and development of liberty, originating with the author of liberty, God Himself. Students learn about significant events over the course of history, with particular attention to the growth of liberty during America's colonial, revolutionary, constitutional, and pioneer periods. The final chapters highlight the Statue of Liberty, exploring Antarctica and the Arctic, and the Pledge of Allegiance.

The user-friendly Teacher's Guide provides everything you need to bring history to life for your student: background material to enrich your understanding, discussion questions to encourage reflection and reasoning, suggested student notes, student mastery questions, and a wonderful variety of full-color student activity pages.

As students read, discuss, and record, they build their understanding and appreciation for the birth of liberty in the heart of the individual, in homes and churches, and eventually our nation. The heroes of liberty come to life as they read engaging narrative and consider the sacrifices of our forefathers as they struggled for liberty -- before and after Christ, in the days of first-century Christianity, in the lives of the Bible translators, and particularly in the discovery, colonizatiation, and establishment of a nation with liberty and justice for all.

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Divine Providence Divine Providence
Middle Elementary Level
(3rd or 4th grade)

God's care, control, plan and timing of events is highlighted over the course of history. Specific notice is given to the origins of nations, God's law, Christianity's answer to man's pagan ideas, and the influence of Scripture upon the course of history. Following the account of North America's exploration and colonization, considerable attention is given to divine providence and the American Revolution. Students continue their study with the remarkable period of invention and westward expansion, the World Wars, and a look at our motto, "In God We Trust."

The Teacher's Guide gives a wealth of resource material for both teacher and student. Well-organized Reflection and Reasoning questions enable the parent or educator to present leading ideas that will transform their student's thinking. The charts, diagrams, suggested student notes, maps, full-color activity pages, and student mastery questions, support a well-organized presentation of both information and thoughtful reflection which leads to mastery and an appreciation of God's hand in history.

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