What is My Only Comfort in Life and in Death?

I had written previously about catechism resources, and it wasn’t until my mom died and we read the first question and answer from the Heidelberg Catechism corporately at the graveside service that I realized this is what catechisms are for. The theology we have studied for years and years as children and teenagers prepare us…

Downloadable Practice Charts

Struggling to get your student to practice? Here are some helpful printable practice charts (and a few theory worksheets) for your family to use for lessons! Developing the discipline to practice (even when you don’t want to!) is an important skill to acquire as a musician. Also, you can check out their blog here, which…

Catechisms for Family Discipleship

I will hopefully be writing more on catechisms in the next year and their place in family discipleship, but in the meantime, here are some resources in various Reformed and Lutheran denominational traditions for your families: Luther’s Small Catechism (Lutheran Church) Heidelberg Catechism (Christian Reformed Church) Westminster Shorter Catechism (Presbyterian Church) New City Catechism (Combination of various Reformed Catechisms) (Now…

Education as Formation

“EDUCATION IN VIRTUE IS A KIND OF FORMATION, A RETRAINING OF OUR DISPOSITIONS” -JAMES K.A. SMITH