Integrating Faith and Learning: A Guide for Christian Homeschooling with Master Books (Part 1)

Master Books homeschool curriculum integrates faith and learning
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Integrating Faith and Learning: A Guide for Christian Homeschooling with Master Books (Part 1)

Providing children with a homeschool education allows families to integrate their Christian beliefs into each subject studied. Faith and learning converge enabling students to see the majesty and wonder of God in math, science, language, history, geography, and more. 

Since 2012, Master Books has been providing parents with homeschool curriculum that seamlessly integrates biblical principles into academic teachings. This allows parents to disciple their children at home using the Bible as the foundation for their lives. Explore the impact of a truly biblical education and the empowering tools Master Books provides Christian homeschooling families for this purpose.

Understanding the Importance of Integrating Faith and Learning

Homeschooling offers families freedom to follow the biblical mandate found in Deuteronomy chapter 6. Individuals, parents, and families are instructed to observe God’s commandments out of reverent worship, living devoted to God in every way, and teaching every generation to do the same. Our faithful God promises the following blessings will follow obedience to Him in these things.

  • Your days may be prolonged (vs 2)
  • It may be well with you (vs 3)
  • You may multiply in number as the Lord promised (vs 3)
  • You will enjoy the land flowing with milk and honey (vs 3)

Based on these Scriptures, honoring God by prioritizing His Word is extremely important and attached to many promised blessings. While you are committed to stewarding the blessings of your children, we are committed to providing the tools you need to honor God every day along the way.

We believe your child’s eternity is both your time-sensitive mission and your eternal legacy. Together we can work to reveal the wonder of God to your children every year, in every subject they study. 

"The most important thing you can teach a child is to understand the Bible, to have respect for it and to obey God, to repent of your sins, and trust in Christ as Lord and Savior. It is not an academic game for me. Souls are on the line." Dr. Jason Lisle, author of Introduction to Logic: Informal Fallacies, a homeschool curriculum for 8th-10th grade students

In Part Two, we will share how the integration of faith and learning work in specific core subjects offered at

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