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Saturday, July 31, 2010

What Can Your Child Learn From Uncle Rick Audios?

Letter from a Mom:

As I was preparing to leave for the Homeschool Convention today, I was telling my 5 year old son that I was going to see Uncle Rick on my trip. He was speechless for a second, his mouth gaped open, and he said, "The real Uncle Rick? Are you going to see his real face?" He couldn't believe I was going to get to see the real person who he hears every night as he goes to sleep. After talking a bit, he started telling me how much he loved Uncle Rick and all the things he knew from listening to your CD's . So I wrote down what he said, word for word, just so you could see what an impact you have made in one child's life.


"I like his scripture CD's because they tell about Jesus and I really like that it pauses and he does stuff so that you know what it means."


"My favorite is James because I like it soooo much and it keeps pausing/stopping to describe what it means....like words I don't even know. And I enjoy listening to Matthew, but I've had that one long enough that I know it all.

"I like to do Uncle Rick at nighttime. It is my favorite time."


"I would like to buy a big case of them."


"Does he make the CD's at night?" (because I listen to them at night)


"I really like the time when it talks about the farmer whacking off dead branches-the evil ones he clips off and the good ones he leaves on the plant."

"I like it when he pauses and talks about grafting apple trees.

"I remember when he said about who we should go along with and people we should not."


"When bad people try to get you to go along with them, don't go along."


"Solomon wrote a lot of Proverbs and all of Ecclesiastes."


"The rich aren't worth anymore than the poor man to God. The famous and powerful don't impress God at all. He loves the poor and miserable and people like me who might not be all that smart."


"If you have a trial, you shouldn't say I am tempted of God, or I am tempted by God."


"It is much easier to get in a problem than get out of one."


"If you do something bad, sooner or later God will give you a spiritual spanking."


And he kept going and going, telling more and more about what he had learned just from listening to the CD's at night.

I think the ministry you provide for families is incredible. I tell everyone I know about the Scripture CD's your make and about your books as well. I have used your family and what I've read from your books as a guide in so many ways as to how we are raising our family. I am so grateful to be able to learn from your wisdom and creative ideas. I think it is so wonderful how God has used you to help Christian families like mine become stronger in the Lord, raise godly children of integrity, and practically live out Deuteronomy 6 in our everyday life. Thank you for having the biggest impact on my family and me in the spiritual development of our children."


Stephanie

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Blogger The Curly Redhead said...

We have had the same experience. We are on a VERY tight budget, recovering from a failed business, but this is one purchase I'm glad I saved up my pennies to buy, and I'm saving up again to get more. We have Psalms, Proverbs, Matthew, and Bible Stories (Genesis) and I get rid of just about every other teaching tool in the house before I let those go. The effect on our kids and in our home has been tremendous. Blessings!

August 2, 2010 at 6:59 AM  

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