About Us

Hi! We currently home educate six of our children. We use the Principle Approach® method of teaching and learning and we implement some of the Charlotte Mason style as well. We are Torah (Instruction) Seeking Christians and are excited about learning how to think and reason from a Hebraic mindset. It’s such a joy to learn how to read and understand Scripture as a whole book written from a Hebraic mindset. It’s an amazing journey to grow in the knowledge of Yahweh and to be blessed as we practice walking in His Instructions (Torah). We love Yahweh with all of our hearts and are so thankful to be saved by grace through faith in Yeshua HaMashicah (Jesus Christ the Messiah)!


We know the personal joys of participating in a co-op/support group and the enhancement that educational field trips can bring to these types of organizations. Co-ops/ Support Groups are encouraged to attend any event that we organize!

We also personally know that there may be a season in which belonging to a co-op may not be an option: the time commitment, the expense, the timing, the availability of a co-op that suits a family’s needs or method of learning, and even the logistics. We have experienced these reasons ourselves and what it’s like to feel “isolated” from the homeschool community. That is a big part of why we are structured in a manner that allows families who don’t belong to a core group to participate as they are able to and according to what interests them. Please read about our membership for more details.

How often we are active with setting up events is based on how busy our lives are at the time and based on interest. If you would like to be reliable point person for attending events when our family is unavailable, please contact us!

 What We Believe:

We believe in Yahweh our Elohim, the Father Almighty, maker of heaven and earth; And in Yeshuah Ha-Mashiach His only begotten Son our Lord; Who was conceived by the Ruach HaKodesh, born of the Virgin Mary, suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified (at Passover), dead, and buried. He descended into the grave. After three days He rose again (on the Feast of First Fruits) from the dead. He ascended into heaven, and sitteth on the right hand of Yahweh our Elohim, the Father Almighty. From thence He shall come to judge the quick and the dead.

We believe in the Ruach HaKodesh, the assembly of believers in Yeshuah Ha-Mashiach, being of one mind in Yeshuah, the forgiveness of sins by the shed blood of Yeshuah Ha-Mashiach, the resurrection of the body, and the life everlasting. Amein.


Yahweh (The God of Isaac, Abraham and Jacob) Exodus 3:14, 15

Elohim (unique to Hebrew thinking, the first name used for God in the Tanakh which is the front portion of the Bible)

Yeshuah Ha-Mashiach (Jesus Christ which is English translated from other translations which were translated from Hebrew)

Ruach HaKodesh (Hebrew for The Holy Spirit)

Passover (Scripture teaches us that Passover is an appointed time/feast/season created by our Elohim and this is when Yeshua/Jesus was crucified).

The Feast of First Fruits (Scripture teaches us that this is another appointed time/feast/season created by our Elohim and this is when Yeshua/Jesus was resurrected).

What does ‘Amen’ mean?




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