Discover the Hand of God on the World’s Story!

What does The World’s Story Curriculum series have to offer your family?

  • Flexibility in teaching and learning. 
    • Work together as a family
    • Or encourage individual and independent learning for your student
  • Beautiful and engaging lessons that are designed to help your family connect to the story of history from a Biblical worldview perspective. 
  • Daily lessons, laid out in the provided, optional lesson plans, save prep time and allow you to spend your time doing what really matters…parenting. 
  • Conversational tone and a flavor of the Charlotte Mason method bring learning to life and insure connection with the learning process. 
  • Cultural connections woven throughout the curriculum bring awareness of how our pasts are related to our presents.

Get ready to dig into the story of the Ancients in this first installment of the study of our world’s history. World History curriculums are often told as a separate storyline than the one given to us in God’s Word. With The World’s Story volume 1, the Bible is the foundation on which the story is told. 

  • Your student will discover how the story of the ancient civilizations were sometimes a backdrop for God’s redemption plan, while in other instances, they were the stage for the magnificent display of God’s glorious plan.  
  • Apologetics through Archaeology sections will deepen your family’s faith, as they learn about the physical evidence of the events so clearly outlined in the Scriptures. 
  • Studies in architecture and art bring dimension to the study of history and bring in the opportunity to add hands-on learning to those students who connect with their learning through activity. 

Come along with me on a fascinating ride through the Middle Ages! Picking up the story in the later years of the Roman Empire, this volume takes the student on a tour through the sometimes startling events of the centuries between the Early Christian Church and the Age of Exploration.  

  • Your student will ride along through the establishment of the Feudal System in Europe, learn about the rise of major world religions and the power struggles that arose between them. They will also dig into Indian, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean history during this period.  
  • Church History sections will deepen your family’s faith, as they learn about the amazing heroes of the Faith and how they were used by God to help shape entire nation’s cultures. You will have front row seats to one of the most pivotal moments in the history of the world: the Reformation. 
  • Studies in architecture and art bring dimension to the study of history and bring in the opportunity to add hands-on learning to those students who connect with their learning through activity.

This volume of The World’s Story curriculum series picks up as the Age of Exploration bursts onto the scene and carries the student on an fascinating ride all the way up to the Modern Age.  

  • Your student will have a front row seat to immense cultural pivot as the Enlightenment brings new ways of thinking and living to people groups all over the world. Imperialism, colonization, and revolution are the themes of this time period.    
  • Church History sections follow the stories of brave men and women who gave their lives’ work to sharing the Gospel in ever widening and changing ways. 
  • Unique to this study are the fascinating discoveries of abandoned places all over the world and the history surrounding their glory days. From an abandoned German military hospital, which once sheltered a young Adolf Hitler during his recovery from a war wound, to an abandoned, tiny island that once housed thousands of people but is now a popular, eerie backdrop for action movie villains, the discovery of abandoned places of the world brings a new dimension to learning history.