Thursday, June 25, 2009

Vision Forum Homeschool Sale - Up to 60%!!

One of Vision Forum’s core objectives is to be a blessing to the home schooling family. One way we aspire to accomplish this is by identifying the most practical and helpful resources for home educating parents — whether that is in the form of Christ-honoring literature, biblical worldview training materials, first-rate history resources, hands-on practical training tools, or other important resources. We are especially interested in helping our sons and daughters learn to love learning. We want them to rejoice in a distinctively biblical approach to the content and methodology of education, and to hone their skills as readers, thinkers and communicators.

The R.M. Ballantyne Adventure Library
This month we are doing something very special — we are making these important resources available to you at rock-bottom prices as part of our summer homeschool resource blowout sale. This is a great time to stock up and build Christ-honoring libraries for your sons and daughters. If you have never purchased the critically acclaimed Webster’s 1828 Dictionary, now is the time. If you are looking for excellent literature (like the R.M. Ballantyne series) that will both instruct and inspire your sons with a knowledge of world history and global geography, and that do so in the context of the love of Christ, now is the time.

Save up to 60% on Homeschool Resources and Suppliments!

For one week only, save up to 60% on a huge selection of Vision Forum products. Choose from close to two hundred supplemental homeschool resources for your family’s curriculum — including several important and recent additions to the Vision Forum product lineup. Bring Vision Forum’s conference discounts to your home during our Homeschool Resource Blowout Sale!

Special pricing expires midnight July 1, 2009 (CST). Offer good while supplies last.

1 comment:

HsKubes said...

Thank you for sharing!
Thank you, too, for the quote by Spurgeon at the top of your blog. What a convicting admonition. I am saving that quote. Thanks again.
~ Christina