Saturday, April 16, 2011


Over the last several years we have put a lot of time and energy into writing material for a Four Year Classical Christian Homeschooling History and Literature Curriculum called BiblioPlan.  Over the coming weeks, I'll be appearing at several conventions to sell and speak about our program. The first is this weekend.

We are proud of what we have written these last few years.  Our deepest desire is that it would be God-honoring and a blessing to families, homeschooling cooperatives and Christian schools.  We haven't finished writing everything but we are finally seeing a light at the end of a long tunnel.

Through our Reece's Rainbow connections over the last year, we have become friends with an amazingly creative and brilliant woman over in Britain who advocates passionately for the babes on the Reece's Rainbow website. Here name is Lucille Brown.  She is the genius behind the Reece's Rainbow art and their blog.  She puts in countless hours assisting on their webdesign.  I am blessed to call her my friend.  We are also blessed that she agreed to help us revamp our BiblioPlan website.  Sometime today or tonight, while I am at the convention, our brand-new website is debuting!  It is a work in progress, and we have burned the candle at both ends to get everything up and running.  But if you're at all interested, please take a look, because the ministries that are near and dear to our hearts are flashing bold and proud at the bottom of our new website!  Another opportunity to shout for those who have no voice.

So CLICK HERE TOMORROW and go see what we have been working on so fervently!

Or CLICK HERE to see it on Facebook!


This will be the first time I will be away from my littlest since we carried him out of the institute.

Me thinks I am going to miss his cute little smile!


  1. He does have the sweetest smile. Congrats on your new website. Hugs

  2. OOH I can't wait to sit down with a cup of coffee and peruse over all your wonderful God - honoring curriculum. Even though it's nearing the end of this crazy school year :) ( you know what I mean) I need to beginning planning on next years because I have a feeling the Summer will fly by . Also if we meet at Shriners you can correct my kids work LOL Nice web site!

  3. Julia- I look forward to seeing your new website look!! I took a lot of time to study your materials as we are going to start homeschooling this year- but decided I wanted to wait another year- to see "what's what" and work things out this first year with new boys home before trying this. I'm really hoping to also get eldest caught up a bit and in a better state of mind...I think this could really help her!! One can tell how much work you have put into your materials!! Love it!! :) Prayers for a wonderful time sharing at the conventions- and for peace as you leave Aaron for the first time! Blessings, Jennifer

  4. Congrats! Can't wait to see the new site. I'm planning to use Biblioplan when my girls are both homeschooling -- probably start w/Ancients in 2012.

  5. WOW!!!! The website looks AMAZING! Makes me want to buy more ;).

  6. Hello Julia, I am Kim Decker's mom & Gabe's grandma, when we began looking at the many beautiful children, your son caught my eyes, I had a stroke 16 yrs. ago & my left arm hangs down like Aarons, he is a beautiful child & I love his dimples. I pray Rick & Kim have Gabe home very soon..Congrats on your new site.

  7. I cant already tell that this is going to be such a blessing to other families and yours as well.

    Brooke Annessa

  8. This is great Julia! We have our daughter in a Classical Christian school and we homeschool 2 days a week and she attends her school 3 days a week. I may have to recommend your curriculum to our school!


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