A Gospel-Directed Family Learning Center
Early Morning Support Class – Hebrew – Principles – Symbols (every Tuesday and Thursday morning)
Ever feel like you are reading the scriptures and not getting anything from it? This class will show you how to study your scriptures and how to find nuggets. We will go through how the scriptures are broken up into words, phrases, sentences, and paragraphs each with a specific purpose. We will talk about Greek and Hebrew meanings and spend time getting to know Isaiah personally. This will be an open discussion class where all benefit.
Our English alphabet has letters and sounds. The Hebrew alphabet has letters, numbers, sounds, symbols, stories
It will be held every Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 5:30-7:00 MT, September through June (excluding holidays).
Family Math TWO – Geometry Shapes and Symbols in the Scriptures – LINES (every Monday morning)
Have you ever studied a shape in the scriptures? How many words can you come up with that have to do with a line? We will explore the line in mathematics, science, literature, and art. We will discover the different Latin and Hebrew words and stories around the line. This class is filled with activities and art projects. We will focus on self-reliance (discipline and equality) while completing the projects. This is an open discussion class with scriptures. You will learn about and be able to find the shape of the line and vesica
It will be taught every Monday from 9 – 10 a.m. MT, September 17 through December 17 (14 weeks).
Science, Geology – Universal Model – Universal Flood (every Wednesday morning)
Learn about how our planet is a hydro-planet. We will be studying geology proving there was a universal flood. Dean Session has written a new science textbook that has rocked the homeschooling world. In this class, we will explore this new science. We will learn about the scientific method, evidence for the universal flood, how rocks are formed, etc.. We will be looking at different rocks. We will focus on researching the scriptures for these different rocks on earth and the universe and why they are important.
It will be taught every Wednesday from 9-10 am MT, September through December (excluding Thanksgiving week).
Family Math ONE (recorded class)
Have you ever studied a shape in the scriptures? How many words can you come up with that have to do with a circle? We will explore the circle in mathematics, science, literature, and art. We will discover the different Latin and Hebrew words and stories around the circle. This class is filled with activities and art projects. We will focus on self-reliance (discipline and equality) while completing the projects.
This class is for 6-12 year old’s with their parents. Youth will get a lot from this too, but the activities are geared to the younger ages.
The recording will be sent to you each Monday and Thursday morning for eight weeks – 16 total classes
Your Teachers: Thom and Tresta Neil
Tresta Neil loves learning new things to discover in the scriptures. Her recent study is finding and understanding symbols in the scriptures. She has been teaching symbolic math for the eight years. She has studied the Hebrew Aleph-bet, culture and language for the past four years. As a college student, she took classes on the Old Testament, Rituals, and Symbolism, Cultures of the World at Orem Institute. This sparked a great desire to learn more about the Hebrew culture. Science with the UM is one of her recent adventures. She has read the textbook, taken classes from UM teachers and spoken with Dean extensively, she is excited to teach this new way of looking at the earth, there are many spiritual experiences in store when studying earth with the scriptures.
Thom Neil has been studying languages of the world since he was young. He still reads the scriptures each morning in different languages. He also loves and studies the language of the body – nonverbal communication. He has been teaching for fifteen years. He has a passion for language connections in the scriptures. He also loves to study middle eastern and American History – knowing and retaining truth is his motto.