Win a copy of Teach Them Diligently or Shepherding A Child’s Heart!

tantrums feb meetingNext Tuesday Feb 3rd @ 7 pm CBCCA Homeschool Meeting at Community Bible Church.

This meeting is open to all moms in our community! Invite a friend!

To be entered – Give me your most challenging child discipline issue either via email at or leave it as a comment on the CBCCA Blog or on the CBCCA Facebook Page

Giveaways include copies of Teach Them Diligently, Don’t Make Me Count to Three, The Heart of Anger, Shepherding A Child’s Heart, Age of Opportunity, The One-Year Children’s Bible and the Wise Words flip chart. You must be present to win! 

My prayer is that we will be able to address biblical discipline by God’s grace from a mom’s perspective. All area moms (homeschooling or not!) are invited to join us as we explore what God’s Word says about children and discipline. I am humbled by this opportunity to “get real” about what it is like for a big sinner to teach a lot of little sinners! I also hope to help you to avoid some of the pitfalls that I have fallen into by trying to discipline apart from the Gospel.

Hope to see you there!

Charlotte Cushman – 843-592-1502 text with questions

Free Daybed Available to Pick Up

Daybed free to anyone who will pick it up.  Please text or email more details. Owner lives in Battery Shores and is unable to help move it, so you will need to bring your own mover.
Contact Kathy Amsler
843-441-8503, texts only please

Camper for sale

From – Butch Johnson camper

We are selling a 2004 RVision Travel lite camper. If anyone is interested please call me at 843-476-5942. The asking price is $9000 OBO.
Thank you!

Butch Johnson

Home for Rent

Name: Kathy Heape
2 Bedroom, 2 Bath home on Lady’s Island for rent and is available. There is a dock and deep water access. If interested please call me, Kathy Heape, @(843)263-3474 or email me @ Thank you.


Name: charles cox
Young Christian couple, currently in nursing school, getting married later this year or in JAN 2016, will be in need of a small studio/garage apartment until they graduate in May of 2017.  I know this is early, but we want to see what’s out there, if anything. Thank you, please call Charles Cox, 843-476-6868 or email

Looking for Home to rent!

Young Christian couple with children and pets looking for a home to rent. If you know of anything please contact Jason or Theresa at : .843-505-3589-or 843-505-1428

HC’s Homeschool Fridays Continue in 2015

COLUMBIA, S.C. (Jan. 21, 2014)—Historic Columbia invites all homeschool students to enjoy hands-on activities while learning and exploring different themes and historic sites at Homeschool Fridays, held on the first Friday of each month.

The Homeschool Friday schedule from February through May includes:

Feb. 6 | Columbia in the Civil War

Meet in the Gift Shop at Robert Mills, 1616 Blanding St.

As Columbia remembers the 150th anniversary of the fire that swept through the city upon the arrival of the Union army in February 1865, we will look at the role Columbia played during the Civil War. This program will explore the industries, people, and events surrounding Columbia in the Civil War.


March 6 | Schools in the 19th Century

Meet in the Gift Shop at Robert Mills, 1616 Blanding St.

From one-room schoolhouses to the colleges that occupied the Hampton-Preston Mansion and Robert Mills House at the end of the 1800s, schools and universities in Columbia were quite different than they are today. Students will take part in a variety of activities to see how students packed for college, what they ate, sports they played, and the degrees that they earned.  Students can handle a 100-year-old textbook and complete an assignment using a quill pen.


April 3 | Robert Mills House as a Seminary

Meet in the Gift Shop at Robert Mills, 1616 Blanding St.

Few people realize that the Robert Mills House was never used as a private residence; shortly after it was completed, the home was turned into a seminary. This program will explore the history of the site as a seminary and other religious educational institutions. Activities will also incorporate some of the key individuals associated with the seminary, including Woodrow Wilson’s father, Dr. Joseph Wilson.


May 1 | Games of the 19th Century

Meet in the Gift Shop at Robert Mills, 1616 Blanding St.

Homeschool students will participate in several 19th century games as they learn what it was like to be a kid 150 years ago. Students will take part in games played in the past such as croquet, hoop and stick, “Shepherdess and the Wolf,” “Hide the Thimble,” “Graces,” “Up Jenkins” and more. Get ready to have fun and give up those video games for a couple of hours!


Historic Columbia’s Homeschool Friday programs are $5 per student and open to all homeschool students of elementary and middle school age levels, and reservations are suggested. To reserve a spot or get more information, visit, email or call 803.252.1770 ext. 26.

About Historic Columbia:

In November 1961, a small group of individuals intent on saving the Ainsley Hall House from demolition officially incorporated as the Historic Columbia Foundation. Over the next five decades the organization, which was founded on the premise of preservation and education, would take on the stewardship of seven historic properties in Richland County. Today, the organization serves as a model for local preservation efforts and interpretation of local history. Visit or find us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or YouTube for more details.


Carrie Phillips

Director of Marketing & Communications

Historic Columbia

1601 Richland St., Columbia, SC 29201

p: 803.252.7742 x 17

c: 803.530.5199

Missionaries – Nickols Family Blog – Sign Up!

Willie and Haley are here for a little while preparing to go to Alaska.willie and haley

Won’t you sign up for their blog and pray about ways you can support their mission?

For Sale Double Jog Stroller, Firepit and Baby Swing (Outside)

Double jog stroller (Croozer 535) - $25
Slate-top Firepit (Garden Treasures Model #FP11043B) Never used, includes vinyl cover, poker, instruction manual $75
Baby Swing for outdoor swing set – $5
Call or text for more info or pics.
Kelly McDaniel – 321-6935

Looking for a place to serve? Cooks Wanted!

How would you like to bless a ministry that is reaching out to the youth in our community? frontlines dinner

COOKS WANTED! Please go to last name Frontlines password CBC Youth and sign up OR call Debi Gant at 843-812-0171. We need food for about 60 people, a main dish, a side and a dessert. Deliver to the youth building by 530 and we will clean everything up.
There is a budget of $100 and you can turn your receipts in for reimbursement. Thanks in advance for your help. You will be a huge blessing to our youth!!!!

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