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Archive: February 2008
2/27/2008 1:37:48 PM
Alliance Stamp Ministry

Looking for a simple project for your family, home school support group, or church? Then consider saving your used/cancelled stamps from letters and mailings you receive. When you have enough to fill an envelope or box, send them to Alliance Stamp Ministry, 15000 Shell Point Blvd., Ft. Myers, FL 33908. These stamps are then sold to stamp dealers and the money received is sent to Christian and Missionary Alliance Latin America where it’s used to develop and print Sunday school curriculum for Spanish speaking churches.

 

Here are a few simple instructions for saving the stamps:

·        Carefully trim the stamps from the envelopes leaving a ¼” border around them.

·        Do not soak the stamps off the paper.

·        Do not bundle the stamps with paper clips, rubber bands, or saran wrap.

·        U.S. and foreign stamps are accepted.

·        Do not send metered postage or pre-printed stamps on envelopes.

 

If you desire to receive acknowledgement of your stamps, please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope
2/22/2008 11:58:02 AM
Essay Ideas

Coming up with topic ideas for your teen’s writing compositions may be as difficult for you as the writing assignment is for him!  This website provides topic suggestions for various types of essays including descriptive, narrative, cause and effect, comparison and contract, and process analysis essays. 

2/6/2008 2:41:42 PM
Teaching the Bible to Your Children

If you are looking for a Bible study plan which is rooted in the truth of the Scriptures, check out Hometooling.org. These free lessons are interactive, all on line, and easily printable (if you desire). The lessons can be adaptable for children of all ages.

 

2/6/2008 2:32:36 PM
Patrick Henry College Summer Camps for Teens

If you are looking for an educational and interesting camp for your teen to attend this summer, explore the many options that Patrick Henry College offers.  Strategic intelligence, music, debate, drama, leadership training, and several other camps are available.  Of special note is the College Prep camp where teens “will explore topics such as college writing, entrance exams, the college application process, and learning styles…as they begin the process of discerning God’s plan for their lives after high school.”  HSLDA members receive a discount when registering for the camps.  Registration opens in mid-February. 

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