Rock Layers Show History

Creation Layers | The study of rock layers is called stratigraphy. The strata is supposed to reveal the history of the earth. #podcast #creationpodcastWhat do the Rock Layers Actually Show?

The study of rock layers is called stratigraphy. The strata is supposed to reveal the history of the earth. Secular geologists say that the rock layers and their ancient ages teach the opposite of what the Bible teaches. If they are correct, there is no way we can believe what the Bible says. To understand the secular viewpoint, we need to explore some history.

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In the late 1700s and into the 1800s, scientists decided that the rock layers in the earth were very old. Although many today think that the age of the rocks is decided by radiometric dating, in truth this is not possible, and that idea wasn’t even developed until over a century after scientists decided the age of the rocks. And, of course, rocks and fossils have no dates stamped on them, to tell their age. There is actually no scientific or observable way to tell how old the layers are.

Up until the late 1700s, the study of rock layers was done in light of the Genesis Flood. At that time, the Enlightenment began to shape modern thinking in Europe about God, the church, the Scriptures, and Western civilization. God was no longer seen as the One Who created the earth just a short time ago.

Those who embraced these ideas called themselves Deists. Deism taught that the earth was created by God in the remote past, but that He was no longer involved in nature as recorded by the Bible.

This is more properly when modern geology began.

James Hutton (1726-1797), the Father of Modern Geology, said, “The earth is older than what the Bible says, because it looks older.” He postulated that the rock layers that we see around us were formed over millions of years, by slow, natural processes (called uniformitarianism).  God’s intervention had nothing to do with it. And so, modern geology began to develop into a totally naturalistic interpretation of the rock layers.

But do the rocks show that they are old? Not at all. A set of layers can give the appearance of age simply by being subjected to rapid and severe erosion. In the 1830s, William Smith, a geological engineer in England, noticed fossil marine shells in some rock layers, and not in others. His conclusion was that this showed likely successive creations and catastrophes, but that were unrelated to a Biblical Flood. This led to the idea of fossil succession through time, a precursor to evolution. The historical account of the Flood was no longer a viable explanation for the rock layers. Only naturalistic processes over a long period of time could explain it. This idea was fully entrenched in Western society by the end of the 1800s, and was expressed and developed in Darwin’s On the Origin of Species (1859).

In secular geology today, fossils are the key to arranging the rock layers in an order that portrays hundreds of millions of years of slow, developing evolution. To most scientists, the rocks are old because the fossils in them show evolution over hundreds of millions of years. The fossils tell us how old the rocks are, and the rock layers are old because they preserve a record of evolutionary history in the fossils, which must have taken a long period of time. This is classic circular reasoning.

In order to date the rocks, there must be a belief that evolution is a fact, and that fossils represent stages of evolutionary growth. But this has never been observed. So if this did not take place, what do the rock layers actually show?

Rock layers are simply that – rock layers. Some contain fossils, and some don’t. There’s no way to scientifically put an age on the rocks and fossils. But there is an alternative view to dating the rocks that is rooted in history. Uniformitarianism has only about 200 years of observed history to work with, and it denies anything to do with the historical Genesis Flood, which took place over 4000 years before uniformitarianism was invented. Uniformitarianism is not a complete historical viewpoint, and it isn’t science.

The historical framework of the Genesis Flood gives a different picture of the origin of the rock layers and the fossils contained there.  The world today is globally damaged and scarred. It is vastly different from the world of that time:

  • Climate was much more even, more lush vegetation.
  • Man lived longer.
  • Disease and sickness did not seem to be present.
  • Geologic processes that produced devastating erosion were non-existent.
  • The death seen in the rock layers was a result of overwhelming global destruction, not gradual changes over millions of years.

Formation of fossils is sparse today, unlike the record in the rocks. This shows that the fossils in the rock record must have been formed under totally different conditions than today: catastrophic water and mud conditions prevail in the sedimentary fossil-bearing rocks.

We also observe extinction in the rock record. Today, extinction is gradual and isolated. But the rock record shows massive amounts of plants and animals that seem to have suddenly disappeared in mass graveyards, and then were quickly hardened into stone.

The rock layers show:

  • Various kinds of rocks mixed together
  • Varieties of fossilized plants and animal, many which are extinct
  • An abundance of minerals and precious ores that are not being replaced today
  • Extreme deformities in landforms worldwide
  • Rock layers with flat contacts between layers, indicating very little time for erosion
  • Catastrophism on a grand scale, with most of the fossils being disarticulated and scattered

Rock layers are just that, layers of rocks stacked on top of each other. It is the interpretation of these that builds a particular view of their origin. There is no science that could authenticate how they formed or originated.

What about radiometric dating? Radiometric dating involves interpretation and assumption to make it work. Please listen to my podcast, “Has Radiometric Dating Poisoned Your Faith,” for a more thorough treatment of the subject.

To build a solid Scriptural worldview of Earth history, we need to pay more attention to our Scriptural historical presentation. You must know your Scriptures in order to interpret what you see in the rock layers.

Bedrock Geology (kit)

Bedrock Geology (book)
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Top Three Reasons For Online Classes

Online Classes | Have you considered online classes and were not sure about the benefits? In this episode, I interview a special guest, Tina Piper with Luma Learn. | #podcast #homeschoolpodcastTop Three Reasons For Online Classes with Special Guest Tina Piper Episode 322

Have you considered online classes and were not sure about the benefits? In this episode, I interview a special guest, Tina Piper with Come listen to learn the top benefits and meet Tina.

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The top reason online classes are a benefit.

  1. One line classes are often a way for moms to get a break and “sub out” that class for the year. Homeschoolers are “all in” and our lives are busy. Similar to needing an oxygen mass on a plane in distress, we must take care of ourselves as well. Moms tend to do way too much and it just backfires on us. We don’t always want to admit that we need help, but it is okay to need help. Maybe a mom
  2. We can enjoy other people’s gifts. If we really believe that we are each gifted with certain talents we can share them or enjoy other people’s gifts. On Luma Learn, you will be blessed by the gifted teachers.
  3. Teaching your child accountability. Online classes allow children to learn what another teacher expects, deadlines and assignments. Whether you are in college, ministry, or the workplace you will learn a structure and accountability from others.



Taxes for Homeschool Business Owners

How to do Taxes for Homeschool Business Owners -- from Carol Topp -Homeschool CPA Taxes! 2018 tax returns will be better rough with massive tax law changes and the new look for the Form 1040. Tax preparation for homeschool business owners is even more complex than regular taxpayers. Fortunately, HomeschoolCPA is here to help. I’m offering a free, live webinar.

Taxes for Homeschool Business Owners Webinar

Free live on Monday January 21, 2019 at 8 pm ET. Webinar replay: $10.

This webinar is for:

  • Paid teachers at a homeschool co-op
  • CC tutors getting paid as Independent Contractors
  • CC directors running a community
  • Music teachers, tutors, coaches, etc. running their own businesses
  • Business owners selling services to the homeschool marketplace

Here’s what the webinar will cover:

  • Tax changes for 2018 (highlights)
  • New tax deduction for businesses in 2018!
  • The new redesigned IRS Form 1040
  • How to pay yourself
  • Tax deductions common to homeschool business owners
  • IRS tax forms Schedule C and SE
  • Self-employment tax
  • A sample tax return.

This webinar will not cover:

  • Nonprofit organizations, but if you work as an Independent Contractor for a nonprofit, this webinar is for you.
  • Businesses organized as partnerships or corporations. I won’t have time to go into these more complex tax structures.
  • Businesses selling products like homeschool curriculum or ebooks

The webinar will be FREE for all who register and attend live. It will be free for about 24 hours after the webinar to all who register. After that, a small fee of $10 will be charged for viewing the webinar video.


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Classtools – Online Educational Fun

Classtools online educational fun

Episode 17: Classtools – Online Educational Fun

In today’s episode we will explore some of the fun resources on the website Classtools.

Our sponsor, FundaFunda Academy enjoys using the free Classtools resources in many of their online classes and web-based unit studies.

Resources for creative assignments

Fakebook – create a “fake” book page complete with cover image, profile pic and posts for a literary or historical character.

SMS generator – imagine a text conversation between 2 literary or historical characters.

Badgemaker – design a badge to celebrate a historical character.

Breaking News and Headline Generator – supply headlines and descriptions for news events in the past.

Turbo Timeline – produce a timeline that you can drive through.

Online Educational Games

Play your Dates Right – put historical events into chronological order.

Dustbin – create up to 4 categories with items that must be dragged to the correct one.

Arcade Games – There are 70 ready-made games and you can add your own. Use the questions in one of 5 games: PacMan, Manic Miner Asteroids, Pong or Wordshoot.

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Peacefully Parenting the Spirited Child

Let's talk about the struggles of peacefully parenting the spirited child, plus practical strategies to end the power struggles once and for all. #parenting strong willed child #motherhoodIn this episode of Peaceful Mom Talk, we’re going to talk about the struggles of peacefully parenting the spirited child, plus practical strategies to end the power struggles once and for all.

What is a spirited child?

A spirited child has sometimes been described as “difficult” or “sensitive” or “hard-to-parent.” Spirited children can be very energetic, questions authority, engages in power struggles, etc.

You may have a spirited child if you’ve tried everything, but they still don’t listen or obey.

So how can we support our spirited child and bring more harmony to the family?

Let’s be intentional about how we speak to our children. Spirited children often receive more negative messages than average.

One thing we can do is put ourselves in their shoes to imagine how it feels to be barraged with negative messages. Then, we can be intentional about replacing negative messages with positive ones.

We also must stop comparing. Each child is made in the image of God. Each child is unique. When we compare our child to others, that really does damage to their self-esteem.

As parents, we must have the faith that our spirited child will be okay.

The thing is, the same qualities we worry about with our kids, we admire in adults!

An adult who is energetic, confident enough to question authority, persistent..those are great qualities to have. So shifting our perspective a bit to view these traits as a good thing, rather than something to be admonished.

We must also be careful to notice the good in our spirited children.

Most of the time, we notice when they’re doing something “bad” or “wrong” and we call them out on it. But we must also be careful affirm our kids and notice when they’ve done something well.

Power struggles in the spirited child

We must let our spirited children have some control.

If you’re a mom who likes to be in control, you probably enter tons of power struggles with your child. A spirited child doesn’t like being told what to do and how to do it.

We need to consider giving them the freedom to get things done their way. If you try to force a spirited child to do something your way, they will resist.

Understand that many times, defiance and frustration equals anxiety. Anxiousness is sometimes hard for children to verbalize. When we have a child who experiences anxiety, we must be very careful not to name-call or be overly harsh with them.

We have to try to avoid labels like “rude” or say things like, “what were you thinking?!”

Resources for parenting the spirited child

Jesus, Mommy, and Me Facebook Group

Self-Control for Moms: 8 Ways to Stay Calm Instead of Losing Your Cool


Join Marianna Chambers as she talks about practical ways to become a more peaceful parent. Having children is a wonderful blessing, but it can also be quite stressful. Every day we hear from moms just like you who are struggling to be the gentle parent they want to be. Moms desperately want to raise their children on a firm foundation of love, but those sweet kids sure know how to push our buttons. (And boy, do they push them!)

Marianna Chambers is a counselor, parenting coach, blogger, homeschool mom, and best-selling author. She’s passionate about supporting and encouraging moms. You can follow her on Facebook and Instagram, or read her blog here. You can also join her private Facebook group for Christian moms on a peaceful parenting mission.

HSHSP Ep 144: Writing Research Papers, Interview with Kat Patrick

This week on HSHSP Ep 144: Writing Research Papers, Interview with Kat Patrick.

HSHSP Ep 144: Writing Research Papers, Interview with Kat Patrick. Tips for helping homeschool high schoolers develop skills for research paper writing.

HSHSP Ep 144: Writing Research Papers, Interview with Kat Patrick

Our friend, Dr. Kat Patrick, joins us for this episode to help guide through the important task of writing research papers.

Kat has helped us out with an episode about homeschooling in the United Kingdom and the United States AND in another episode, she shared how to teach Shakespeare and enjoy it.

Kat and her family have lived in England for 25 years (where her husband teaches at Oxford). They recently moved to Texas, where Kat was born. Kat started Dreaming Spires Home Learning, a Charlotte Mason inspired online program. She offers lots of popular live courses in lots areas.

Kat Patrick of Dreaming Spires Online Homeschool Courses, Interviewed on Homeschool High School Podcast

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Kat is an expert in teaching writing skills. She began teaching research paper writing during her graduate studies at University of Delaware. (Interestingly, just a few miles from where the 7Sisters live, we just never met at that time.) Kat loves teaching the skills of research paper writing, especially in taking notes and noting sources.

As Vicki points out, teens often complain about writing research papers while in high school because they are a LOT of work! However, they often come back to her to thank her for that requirement, because in college they more easily earn top grades in their composition courses. Even non-college-bound skills benefit from writing research papers.

Life skills that all teens gain from writing research papers include:

  • Building attention to detail
  • Building stick-to-itiveness and organization skills for doing large projects
  • Building patience for redos until things get batter
  • Building research skills for life (such as products, trips or services teens will need in life)
  • Building skills to evaluate sources (they can apply this to things they read on social media and elsewhere)

What are some resources Kat recommends?

  • Books (usually more than one book, including more than one perspective)
  • References from library
  • Good Reads website
  • Google Books
  • Sources listed at the bottom of Wikipedia articles (the sources cited in the article), not the article itself
  • Primary sources, including digital documents of out-of-print sources. (Simply Google search: *Primary source for…*). This is good because teens can begin to come up with some of their own thoughts by reading original docusments, rather than only discuss other people’s thoughts. (This is particularly helpful with MLA and Chicago-style papers that are thesis based papers.)

Discuss plagiarism.

  • Help teens understand: How long a quote can you use and how do you cite it? (Follow the guidelines for each paper style: MLA, APA, Chicago Style.) Teens in college can lose scholarships and fail classes if they plagiarize. Here is a post to help explain plagiarism to your homeschool high schoolers.
  • Discuss paraphrasing and citing the paraphrase. (Developing this skills is one reason Kat loves Charlotte Mason’s traditional paraphrasing of books!)

Teach note-taking skills:

  • Remind teens to research before they start the paper or even write a thesis. They need lots of information before they start writing their papers.
  • Use index cards for note taking. Put quotes, statistics and other important information. Put citation information. Number the cards. Using card helps prevent accidental plagiarism.
  • Mind map or spread out the cards on a table to help teens organize their thoughts.

Teach time management skills:

Work with teens with solid dates on when they start researching, finish their cards, complete the first rough draft, final draft, etc. 7Sisters freebie Scheduling Backwards can help with this. All of 7Sisters’ Research Paper Writing Guides are chunked out into day-by-day assignments to help homeschool high schoolers stay on track.

Kat suggests this order for writing research papers.

  • Research
  • Write the first draft of the paper
  • Read the paper and find the gaps in the information presented
  • Research to fill in gaps
  • Rewrite
  • Check citations
  • Edit for grammar, punctuation, etc
  • Complete a final draft

Kat also includes these 2 fascinating requirements that truly help her homeschool high school students succeed as writers:

  • Students keep a journal where they daily record what they have done on their research paper.
  • At the end of the paper, she has her students write a *review* of the paper-writing process. It is a self-reflection about what they have learned about the process and the topic.

There are many styles of research papers, however, these are the most commonly used papers for high schoolers:

Check out Kat’s online courses such as English Literature that includes writing extensions, including research papers as well as multi-genre experiences with Prezis and plays. Also visit her at:

Keep an eye out for Dr. Kat Patrick’s upcoming text on Chicago-style research papers. Also, download Kat’s FREEBIE: Shakespeare Copywork.

Join Vicki and Kat for this fun discussion on research papers, your teens will benefit from the tips you learn!

You’ll also enjoy these posts and this HSHSP episode with more information on research papers.

Suggested Syllabus for 7Sisters MLA Research Paper Writing Course

What are Chicago-Style Research Papers and Why Should Your Teen Write One?

High School Research Paper: Should You Choose MLA? APA? Other?

HSHSP Ep 144: Writing Research Papers, Interview with Kat Patrick

Technology Hacks

Technology Hacks | As a young mom, I was into saving time, as much time as I possibly could. If you know shortcuts who would not use them? In this interview, I have a technology expert and the podcaster... #podcast #homeschoolpodcastTechnology Hacks with Meryl van der Merwe Episode 321

As a young mom, I was into saving time, as much time as I possibly could. If you know shortcuts who would not use them? In this interview, I have a technology expert and the podcaster of Technology in the Homeschool.
Be sure to check out her podcast for more technology hacks!

Look for Meryl’s website here:

Here are a few of her podcasts on this network!
This podcast gives suggestions on finding good toys that focus on challenging your children.
In this podcast, Meryl shares great games that you can play as a family that are challenging and stimulating. Getting kids to think is so important no matter what the age.
Need some good technology tools? This podcast is a great one for suggestions you can really use.
Very often we spend hours when a simple command will help us overcome the technology hurtle! For example, when you search online you often use keywords. While that is great, once you land on a specific website you may want to search for your set of keywords as well. You can use the Ctrl (or command on a Mac) F on a website as well as within a document. Here are a few of the tips from Meryl.
3 Technology Hacks for Busy Homeschool Moms
1. Ctrl (or Command on a Mac) F – lets you search within a document or website
    Shift Ctrl T – brings back the last tab you closed! Isn’t that wonderful?
2. Anylist – shopping app for iOS –
    OutofMilk – similar app for both iOS and Android –
3. Scannable app – scanning app for iOS –
    Adobe Scan – scanning app for iOS and Android –

Pneumonia and How Homeopathy Can Help

Join Sue Meyer in this podcast as she shares about homeopathy for pneumonia.  #homeopathy #pneumonia #naturalremedies #alternativemedicinePneumonia is an infection in the lungs. The infection can be in a small area or large area of one lung or in both lungs.

Also, you can have it and not know it. This is called “walking pneumonia.” If your pneumonia is caused by a bacteria, virus, or fungus, you can spread it to someone else.

If it is caused by having been chilled or wet then chilled etc., it is not contagious.

What happens is that infection causes the air sacs of the lungs ( “alveoli” [alvuli]) to fill up with fluid or pus. The infection stifles the flow of oxygen through the cells of the Lungs and makes it hard to breathe in enough oxygen to reach your bloodstream.

Anyone can get this lung infection.

Infants younger than age 2 and people over age 65 have the highest odds. Their immune systems might not be strong enough to fight it.

Infarction: is the obstruction of the blood supply to an organ or region of tissue, typically by a

Thrombus – a blood clot formed in situ within the vascular system of the body and impeding blood flow.) or
Embolus – a blood clot, air bubble, piece of fatty deposit, or other object that has been carried in the bloodstream to lodge in a vessel and cause an embolism),  causing local death of the tissue.

Symptoms vary only but a little. There is usually a fever, but may not come on right away.

As the infection takes hold of the lungs, there are usually chills as the fever comes on, Chest pain, and trouble breathing.

There may be a cough, but not always.

Small children or infants will have what is referred to as “THUMPING” breaths. Where a normal breath of air intake will give rise to the chest cavity, Thumping, causes the stomach area to work to suck in air for the lungs that are too inflamed to take in the air on there own. The thumping, is an involuntary action that the body make to create it’s own suction pump, so to speak.

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Children in “Big Church” – MBLFP 218


Let the little children come unto Me, and forbid them not, He said

Should children be in the main church service with the big people? We had eight children and we’ve tried to keep them in “big church” with us as much as possible. And we found that, with some wisdom and attention, it’s not only possible, but actually very good – and the kids learn much more than you might expect! This episode, we’re talking about the why and how of bringing little kids into the worship and teaching of the whole church.

Children and Worship in the Bible

Many churches have separate services for kids, “children’s church,” in addition to nurseries that sometimes include kids well out of the diaper years. We’ve been to churches that strongly encouraged – or even demanded – that children be sent out of the main sanctuary! But what do we see in the Bible?

In both the Old and New Testaments, children are specifically welcomed among the adults in formal and informal times of worship

  • Moses included children and “little ones” when he gathered the people to hear and re-affirm the covenant (Deuteronomy 29:11)
  • Even children seven and under were expected to benefit from Scriptural teaching (Deuteronomy 31:10-13)
  • Very young children were included in other times of worship and prayer (2 Chronicles 20:13, Ezra 10:1, Nehemiah 10:28, Joel 2:16)
  • Jesus accepted the worship of children when He entered Jerusalem, quoting Psalm 8:2 (Matthew 21:16)
  • Jesus welcomed children into His presence even when the disciples didn’t (Matthew 19:14, Mark 10:14, Luke 18:16)
  • Children were present for Jesus’ teaching and miracles (Matthew 14:21, John 6:9)
  • Jesus taught his disciples they should learn from the simple faith of children (Matthew 18:2-5)
  • Children are mentioned in gatherings with the apostles, too (Acts 21:5)

Making It Work – For Everybody

Unless you are converted and become as little children, you will by no means enter the kingdom of heaven. -- Jesus

We were bringing babies and young children into the services long before it was cool! We were inspired and encouraged by Edith Schaeffer’s books where she described how she had managed her own young family in church, and we decided to try it ourselves. Here’s what we learned:

  1. Remember children are, after all, children. Don’t expect them to act like tiny adults. They will be fidgety, noisy, and childish.
  2. Start at home. Include your children in family devotions. Teach them to sit quietly for prayer. Practice sitting quietly in Mom or Dad’s lap for periods of time while reading the Bible or listening to someone teaching.
  3. Prepare your children to behave appropriately in church. Remind them that there are times to be still and quiet, like during the prayers, and times to stand up and sing with joy. You may want to explain your church’s beliefs about Communion or the Lord’s Supper, whether your child should take part or not.
  4. Teach them to sing. Even a child who can’t read yet can join in the singing if she knows the words. And it’s plain from the Bible that God is delighted to hear the voices of little children singing His praise!
  5. Help the children understand the message. You can whisper a simple explanation or draw illustrations to keep a child interested and learning. Curt and Sandra Lovelace’s book Children in Church has great examples how to do this.
  6. Be sensitive to other worshipers. Some people just aren’t used to normal background noises of children. Sit near a doorway and be ready to quietly remove a fussy child – if they calm down, you might be able to slip back in.

Don’t sell your kids short – if you make a habit of talking about the Lord and His Word at home, like it says in Deuteronomy 6, your kids will grow up with the knowledge and context that helps them understand a Sunday sermon and gain benefit that may surprise you. Go ahead, give it a try!


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Best Weekend Ever FPEA 2019 Convention

Best Weekend Ever FPEA 2019 Convention

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FPEA 2019 Conference Join us for your BEST WEEKEND EVER! There are so many reasons to attend FPEA’s annual homeschool convention. Listen in, as we tell you all about our upcoming convention. What’s new? Why should you attend!  Our convention offers more than you will find ANYWHERE else!

The Premier Event for Homeschool Families

May 23-25, 2019

Rosen Shingle Creek Resort and Convention Center, Orlando, FL

Make your plans now to join us in Orlando in May. This is the biggest and BEST homeschool convention in the nation. There is something for everyone–great workshops, exciting events, a huge vendor hall and plenty of opportunities for fellowship!

And, YES!, we are moving–this year the Convention will be held at the Rosen Shingle Creek Resort! It is a beautiful golf resort with four pools and tons of outdoor space for your family.

Learn more about the FPEA 2019 Homeschool Convention and Register Here