It’s still hard for me to grasp the reality that it’s actually done. Writing this math curriculum has been an amazing journey, fraught with unexpected delays (such as a concussion that left me unable to work much on it for more than a year) and challenges. Yet as I look back, I see God’s provision each step along the way.

Thank you, dear readers, for being a part of that provision—for your prayers and your encouragement. I can’t tell you how much it has meant to me. (And please don’t stop praying! I’m still working on Year 2…which is due to come out late this year/early next.)

**We decided to extend our pre-order pricing for a little longer,** so you can still grab the curriculum at a reduced price you’d like a copy.

Also, I’ll be speaking at a couple of upcoming conventions and would love to see you there (I’ll be at the Master Books booth).

Here are the details:

**Virginia – HEAV’s Virginia Homeschool Convention **June 11-13, 2015

**Arizona – AFHE Home Education Convention **July 10-11, 2015

As you begin planning for next fall’s school year, don’t let the thought of math scare you. Math is a way of describing God’s creation—it’s a testimony to His faithfulness, wisdom, and greatness. If you haven’t seen it yet, check out this short video I made a couple years ago for a quick reminder of how math can be seen from a biblical worldview. This version includes an ending I recently added that offers a quick overview of the curriculum too.

I am the secondary school math teacher at the small Parkhill Christian Academy in Pueblo, Colorado. I have reviewed the new “Principles of Mathematics: Year 1” text and work books. I have found these books to be superior in content, including text, figures and illustrations. Most importantly, the books integrate the Christian worldview in a way much superior to others I have used or reviewed. They are an excellent “bridge” for our 7th graders between the BJU (Bobby Jones University) 6th grade and Pre-Algebra texts.

I think the Year 1 book is much superior to the BJU “Fundamentals of Math” text for 7th grade, which is essentially a duplicate (except for the order of the chapters) to the BJU “Pre-Algebra” text.for 8th grade. I have asked our Academy principal to review the new Year 1 text and work books, along with a recommendation to purchase the texts for our expected four incoming 7th graders. Hopefully the special introductory pricing will still be available if the principal elects to proceed

Respectfully,

George Mayfield

Secondary Math Teacher

Parkhill Christian Academy

Pueblo, Colorado

Cell: (719) 778-5698