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Apologia Physical Science Lab NW
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Apologia Physical Science Lab NW


with Beverly Williams

Calendar Next session starts Sep 13, 2021 at 10 am, runs for 32 weeks

Registration for this class has moved to: Apologia Physical Science Lab NW | Jumbula


Apologia Physical Science Lab NW is your student's second introduction to conducting experiments. We will spend two weeks on each module of the Apologia Physical Science text (Edition 2--get used) for a total of 32 class sessions. At home, she will read (or listen to the MP3 of) each Module and answer the On Your Own Questions and Study Guide. Then, if you wish, you can administer the Module tests. It is required that you have the textbook and the accompanying Laboratory Notebook. You will also find it helpful to own the answer booklet. Class fee includes all materials for experiments.  Ages 11-15.

Contact: Beverly Williams 

617-512-4801 or 505-600-1355

Break 20 Dec 2021 through 03 January 2022.  There will be an additional break during the Spring semester at the teacher's discretion.

Note: PLANT, Inc. registration fees are non-refundable after paid with a credit card. 

Developing the "Mind of Christ" for Living in the World
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Developing the "Mind of Christ" for Living in the World


with Corrine Rios

Calendar Next session starts Sep 14, 2021 at 10:30 am, runs for 9 weeks

Registration for this class has moved to: Developing the 'Mind of Christ' for Living in the World | Jumbula


Ages 12-18 Parents also welcome

Book included with class. "Developing the Mind of Chris for Living in the World" by Corrine Rios.

Description: "Three out of every five Christians (59%) disconnect either permanently or for an extended period of time from church life after age 15. 

The reasons?

#1: Churches seem overprotective. "As young Christians, they express the desire for their faith in Christ to connect to the world they live in."  Their church experience seems irrelevant.

#2: Teens and Twenty-Somethings experience of Christianity is shallow.

#3: Churches come across as antagonistic to science.

#4: Young Christian's church experience related to sexuality are often simplistic, judgmental.

#5: They wrestle with the exclusive nature of the Christianity.#6: The church feels unfriendly to those who doubt."  Barna Group Five Year Study by David Kinnaman

Will that be your child?

My goal will be to make the Bible relevant to our young adults.  We will be discussing topics ranging from how to overcome personal spiritual battles (anger, unforgiveness, being unloving, fear, worry, depression) to current issues of the day (abortion, religious persecution/liberty, poverty, sexual identity, Israel, role of government, bioethics, church is politics/government, Islam, and patriotism).  All from a Biblical Worldview.

This will NOT be a lecture type of class. There will be homework, there will be the sharing of homework, there will be discussions of our faith from students.  Students will learn HOW TO start having the "mind of Christ" in regards to their everyday life. They will also learn how to defend the faith. 

Corrine is a mother to five children, has been homeschooling for twenty-three years, has a Master's Degree in Elem Ed., a Biblical Counselor, and author of the Flesh vs. Spirit Bible Study. 

Contact:  Corrine Rios

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