Laura Nolette

Jul 252013
We've got a new store!!

We’ve been working hard at Powerline Productions, Inc. lately. So hard in fact that we have completely neglected our blog. That needs to change, and it will. For right now though, we have a couple of announcements… We have a new online store. Right now we have 17 of our titles available to purchase for [...]

The Myth of Evolution

Evolution is a scientific hypothesis which states that through a series of tiny changes life has come from from non-living chemicals. After a continuation of gradual minute changes increasingly complex and diverse life forms have been born. The culmination of all these modifications has produced the current collection of living organisms. A scientific hypothesis is [...]

Even the Poor Can Have the Education of a King

We were recently in Biblical Government class when the discussion about taking care of the poor and taking the appropriate rolls of personal, family, church, business, and state government turned to the questions of what about education. Education is the most vital resource in this modern industrialized computerized space-age national which America has become. This [...]

Dec 012011

By TOS Staff Members The sights and sounds of Christmas can create memories that endure for many years or even decades. The activities you enjoy with your family this Christmas could be the memories your children recall when they have families of their own. Some of the best memories revolve around the traditional foods of [...]

Nov 292011

Christ-Centered Festivities Take time this Christmas to enjoy festivities with a purpose to honor Christ, build relationships, and reach the harvest. Here is my powerpoint from the Ultimate Homeschool Holiday Expo.

Nov 202011

Karen’s Pumpkin Bread   ⅔ Cup Oil 2⅔ Cup Sugar or 2 Cups Honey 4 Eggs 1 Can (16-Oz.) Pumpkin ⅔ Cup Water or ⅓ Cup If using Honey 3⅓ Cups Flour 2 tsp. Baking Soda 1½ tsp. Salt ½ tsp. Baking Powder 1 tsp. Cinnamon ⅔ Cup Chopped Nuts ⅔ Cup Raisins   Stir [...]

Nov 202011

Laura’s Corn Muffins   ¼ Cup Shortening, Melted 1 Cup Corn Meal 1 Cup Flour ½ Cup Sugar 4 tsp. Baking Powder ½ tsp. Salt 1¼ Cup Milk 1 Egg, Beaten   Heat oven to 400°F. Prepare muffin tins with paper cups, or by greasing each of 12 cups. Combine dry ingredient. Add melted shortening, [...]

Nov 202011

Brined Turkey 10 lb. Frozen Turkey, Thawed 2 Cups Kosher Salt, or 1 Cup Table Salt 2 T Garlic powder 2 T Onion powder 2 T Dried Ground Oregano 1 T Dried Ground Basil 1 T Dried Ground Marjoram 1 T Dried Ground Thyme 1 Large Onion, Wedged 5 Cloves Garlic, Peeled ¼ Cup Butter, [...]

Total Access to Worship

We serve a wonderful God! We are so blessed to be able to do this. He is Great! The Psalmist can sometimes overwhelm us with his expressions of admiration and appreciation of our Lord. The Lord can definitely overwhelm us with His love and greatness. Do you ever feel like you couldn’t possibly worship the Lord in [...]

Oct 242011
The Occult & Halloween

This week we are reprinting a great article by Cindy Short and Sue Welch, from The Teaching Home’s wonderful online newsletter. Greetings, As our culture is bombarded with the celebration of Halloween, we have an appropriate and compelling opportunity to teach our children what God says about the occult and its dangers. The following thoughts are [...]

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