Shabbat Family Fellowship!

For a while now, we have been having a Shabbat Family Fellowship in our home! The Fellowship includes Praise and Worship, Testimony and Prayer, Children’s Shabbat School and hearing the Preached Word!

We are a Congregation that believes, follows and worships our heavenly Father YAHUAH and His only brought-forth Son, the Elect One – YAHUSHA HaMashiach!

If you are looking to be connected with other like minded believers or are in need of some spiritual watering, Exalted Life Fellowship in YAHUSHA HaMashiach welcomes you.


Shalom and may the Father YAHUAH cover you under the shadow of His wings!

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YAE: 2017-2018 Curriculum Choices

 

Our kids are now in grades 8, 6, 3, 1, & K and here are our curriculum choices for 2017-2018.

Group studies, things we will do altogether:

  • Morning Devotion
    • YAHUSHA – parables, miracles and words
    • Armour of YAHUAH
    • The Name Study
    • Sibling Relationships
  • Geography/History – Road Trip USA (learning a brief history of the 50 states)
    • This year I was going to do something else, but then YAHUAH placed it on my heart that I needed to lighten our load and have fun in this area.  Since this is our second time through RTU for 2 of the kids and I wanted to include our kindergartner so, I printed maps from National Geographic for free – each different for each child, which we worked on assembling last week.  Then on Mondays we will do one state, Tuesdays another state, Wednesday’s cooking and/or start a craft project, Thursdays we don’t do Geography, and on Fridays start or finish a craft project.  So far the kids have said “this is fun.”
  • Various Read Alouds
  • Physical Fitness – Family Time Fitness, Walk Away the Pounds, Walking and Park visits

8th Grade

  • Bible – Individual scripture studies
  • Math – Teaching TextBooks – Alegbra 1
  • Language Arts (includes spelling) – Introduction to English Literacy – English Lit 1
  • Science – Apologia Physical Science
  • Music – Guitar
  • Other: German Language, Robotics, Woodcarving, Coding, Photography, Sewing, Knitting, Home Etc.

6th Grade

  • Bible – Individual scripture study
  • Math – Teaching Text Books 6
  • Language Arts – Grammar Workbook by Brookdale House
  • Science – Apologia Zoology 2
  • Other: French Language, Robotics, Photography, Sewing, Knitting, Home Etc.

3rd Grade

  • Bible – Individual scripture study
  • Math – Teaching Text Books 3
  • Language Arts – Shurley English
  • Science – Apologia Zoology 2
  • Handwriting – Cursive
  • Other: Spanish Language, Robotics, Photography, Sewing, Knitting, Home Ec

1st Grade

  • Bible – group devotion
  • Math – Horizons 1
  • Language Arts – LifePac 1st Grade
  • Science – Various Subjects into Engineering, Various Hands on Science, Participate in Apologia Zoology 2
  • Handwriting – Manuscript

Kindergarten

  • Bible – group devotion
  • Math – LifePac K
  • Language Arts – LifePac K
  • Science – Various Subjects into Engineering, Various Hands on Science, Participate in Apologia Zoology 2
  • Handwriting – Manuscript

Stem and Crafts – These are two areas that I have worked to incorporate more time in our schedule.  My plan is to have a different thing  for each child to work in on, then rotate that activity to another child (age appropriate of course) after 3-4 weeks.  This way no one has to stop building in order to give the activity to someone else.  In the areas were the activity is targeted for a specific child, that child will have time to develop their talent/skill/interest (ie guitar, sewing, woodworking).  So here are things I have so far:

Lego Machines

Snap Circuits

Gravity Maze

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Crafting – for our 10 year old who prefers crafts

Every couple of weeks I plan to add 1-2 new items such as: woodworking, Simple Machines, robotics, a rock nature pack and more crafts as the kids interests develop

I also have hands on teaching time in the kitchen with each child (a different one) each.  I also take time and  play games with each child one on one.  I am also starting back our “girl time” that we started last year.

I will be sharing more details on all the above soon!

Devotion: What Is His Name?

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This study was created for our own children to show them why we use the Names of Father YAHUAH and His Son YAHUSHA instead of the paganized names that nearly all religions/faiths use.  One learning tool found useful is a book by Todd D. Bennett called Names from the Walk in the Light series.  This helped us and we have used it to create a study for children who can read and learn on their own (3rd grade and up) however it can certainly be used by any age group as well as used for those just beginning to learn the name of the Father.

There are 39 reading assignments, note taking pages, question and answer sections, word searches and chances for the child to show what they have learned.  The reading can be done at any pace that is digestible for the child.  I plan to assign 2-3 reading sections per week and have a time of discussion so that our children can ask questions as they need to.

Materials needed:

  • Walk in the Light: Names Todd D. Bennett
  • Three ring binder or small notebook
  • Printed reading plan and assignment sheets
  • Tools for creativity – Powerpoint, Word, Poster board, pencils, colored pencils, etc.

Download the Study Here

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Who Was She? Tsipporah – Final Words

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Shalom Sisters in YAHUAH,

I pray that you have been blessed, encouraged and strengthened by this study of the uplifting glimpse into the life of Tsipporah.  We should strive to be ready with eagerness to spread the bread of YAHUAH’s Word, to point those who thirst to the water of the well which never runs dry that is full of salvation through YAHUSHA HaMashiach.  We must be able to see in the Ruach what YAHUAH reveals to us and be ready to act as He leads us, to help others. As followers of YAHUAH and His Son YAHUSHA we must rest in knowing that He has our greater good at hand, even if it means being moved away for a season or two for the purpose of safety.

I pray that YAHUAH our Elohim would bless the work of your hands and use you in ways you never thought of, only for His esteem. 

Remember you don’t have to sin to win but rather you can be:

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 Without losing yourself and/or harming others.

 This study on women in The Scriptures is not over! By YAHUAH’s leading I will be doing more scripture studies – specifically for women!  I want to thank my Husband for proof-reading this study for me and our oldest daughter for her help with the graphics!

 Shalom and may YAHUAH Blessed You!