“There was a crooked man, and he went a crooked mile.

He found a crooked sixpence against a crooked stile: He bought a crooked cat, which caught a crooked mouse.

And they all lived together in a crooked little house.”


The nursery rhyme “There Was a  Crooked Man” is an appropriate description of how sin affects us and our world.  We live in a crooked world of ideas evaluated by crooked people.  Left to our crooked nature, we can never truly understand what God has planned for us and His world.  God has not left us without a corrective solution.  He has given us a reliable reference point – the Bible – so we can identify the crookedness and straighten it.  Thinking Straight in a Crooked World is designed to identify the bends in the road of ideas and repair  them with biblical straight thinking.

(This is copied from the back cover of : Thinking Straight in a Crooked World by Gary DeMar.)





THEY’RE YOUR KIDS by Mrs. Sam Sorbo

Excellent book. Makes homeschooling seem possible, practical, and extremely workable. She even names her own “Home School” . I found it a very enjoyable, and informative read – especially the last half of the book. Plus, she recommends you try it for six months. You can always change your mind.





They Are Coming For Our Children!

Parents across the nation will pull their children out of school on April 23 to protest sex education programs that have become steeped in gender ideology due to an agenda forced by pro-abortion and LGBT rights organizations.

Dubbed “Sex Ed Sit Out,” the protest has been organized by parents who want to know why their children are learning graphic details about oral and anal sex and how to masturbate.

The protest is taking off from Charlotte, North Carolina, to nearly a dozen other cities, reports the Washington Times, including Austin and San Antonio, Texas; Spokane, Washington; Sacramento, California; Bloomington, Indiana; and Martinsburg, West Virginia.

Internationally, protests are planned for Vancouver, British Columbia, as well as Mulgrave, Australia.

“Most parents do not know this is taking place in schools,” said one of the protest’s organizers, Elizabeth Johnston – also known as the “Activist Mommy.”







In this concise, easy to read, but compelling book, Daniel Rogers shares with the reader the wonderful, liberating and assuring reality that the last enemy is defeated! This book is about the Triumph of Christ.  It explains the basic concept of sin death and spiritual life in Christ.  It is a must read for the Preterist.