Monday, February 28, 2011
Wednesday, February 23, 2011
Perhaps you've heard about the up and coming Family Strategies mentorship program which will be hosted by Doug and Beall Phillips. Perhaps you are hoping to join in and glean a wealth of knowledge and wisdom you can use while raising your family or future family in the nurture and admonition of the Lord. We're looking forward to it because as always, the Phillips are here to cast a vision of hope for families and....
Monday, February 14, 2011
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Wednesday, February 09, 2011
When one studies drawing he usually does so because of his personal inclination, --hence when the necessary materials have been selected and prepared he is anxious for his first instruction, and if his early problems prove interesting he is quite sure to become so enthusiastic as to make rapid progress. But this is an age of rush and hurry; perseverance and thoroughness seem to have been almost superseded by impatience and superficiality. Therefore progress, however rapid in reality, often seems painfully slow to the beginner, who is all to frequently so blinded by his desire to hasten on to the sort of thing which is way beyond him that it is hard for him to realize the importance of thorough mastery of the elements. If he is given problems which he considers beneath him he becomes resentful but if he is allowed to attempt difficult subjects of his own choosing and then fails to get the results hoped for he is apt to give up the whole matter in disgust, --blaming the instructor oftimes for his lack of success. Is it not, then, part of the duty of the teacher to point out the reasons why it is necessary for one to advance slowly enough to permit thorough mastery of each fundamental as he goes along? For the student can be made to see the need for first learning to draw simple things well, --if he can be brought to realize that his progress will be all the more rapid in the end for having done so, problems which might otherwise prove irksome will be approached, if not with enthusiasm, at least with patience born of understanding.
Wednesday, February 02, 2011
Tuesday, February 01, 2011
Tonight join Scott Brown in his own living room through a live, interactive video discussion on sound doctrine which will be broadcasted online. He will be together with fellow Hope Baptist Elders, Dan Horn & Jason Dohm and their families to kick off a 7 week Tuesday Nights in Sound Doctrine Online course going through the 2nd London Baptist Confession of Faith. Login tonight for free and watch between 8-10pm EST.
For more information about the series go here- http://www.ncfic.org/sdw-about