Blessed Is The Man

Blessed Is The Man

A High School Unit Study for Homeschooled Young Men

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BITM is a unit study based on Psalm 1. It is designed to train young men to fulfill their roles as future leaders in the Christian community and to be protectors, providers and priests for their future families.

Our primary emphasis in both cases is growth in Christian character and godliness, including the development of godly priorities. As important as a good academic education is, we do not want our students to lose sight of the greater good of service to the Lord.

In order to equip students for whatever arena to which the Lord may call them, BITM includes most required college prep courses (you will need to add higher math and perhaps some additional science). However, it also includes a great deal of business and vocational training to prepare the student for the world of work without further formal education.

You can take a look at the Table of Contents HERE. Be sure to read what others are saying about it (below) as well.

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Here’s what others are saying about BITM (you can see what a unique curriculum it is!)-

We use Lynda’s Blessed Is The Man unit study for our high school son. It is in a big blue binder, and based on Psalms 1. We’ve used it for the past 3 years after a friend found FAR for her daughters and couldn’t say enough good things about it (thanks PJ).

We are so thrilled with the level of maturity to which this study is taking our son and how it is giving him the ability to dig out Biblical perspectives on so many areas of life. This is the single best $ investment we could have made in the futures of our sons.
Nadine in Iowa

“This will be our 2nd year using BITM. It is an answer to prayer for us. My son, Justin (15), really enjoys his school work now!I asked him a few weeks back, ‘Justin, would you like me to order you something else for school?’ He said, ‘like what?’ I said, ‘Like curriculum.’He said, ‘No way Mom! I like what I have. I don’t want what I used to learn with’ (BJU, ABeka.)

I smiled (inside and out!!) and told him ‘Okay,’ and offered to get ‘fun books.’ I purchased Man in Demand. He LOVES it!!! It is comical, silly (the art work) but serious much like my Justin! ;0)

I cannot speak highly enough about FAR or BITM! It has been an answer to prayer! Talk about a stress-free homeschooling mom, thats me :) Their years are planned thanks to Lynda!

I better hush here- I have the writing capabilities of my daughter- I get excited talking about something and well, you’d better be sitting! :) ha Thanks Lynda for all your hard work!!”

Michelle in MD

We are a family with four boys who love the unit study approach with a Charlotte Mason flair. BITM was a perfect fit for us. There is much to choose in the way of great reading, research, writing, and hands-on projects in all subject areas. We use Easy Grammar Plus to supplement and our own Math program (though there are wonderful math objectives included in the curriculum) and we customize it to fit our needs.What is great for me is that I have a fantastic guideline/resource to put together many wonderful units, my high schooler has some input into what he is studying and it can be done independently. I tone down the units for my younger boys and we can all be on the same units together for the most part.

Kathy in Arkansas

We liked how BITM was a guide for us where we would have otherwise floundered. We didn’t follow it completely but used it sort of as a reference and a point of planning. I liked that it was a compliment to my daughter’s FAR and didn’t feel disjointed in our schooling but that they were sort of on the same path.Another thing we liked is that you don’t have to spend a lot of money for a complete curriculum, if you chose to follow how she has it laid out. We opted for more in Science [Apologia Biology & Chemistry] and Math [Saxon through Algebra II] but depending on your child you may not have to. You can use the library or choose to buy the resources you feel you need. We ended up buying Writer’s Inc and Streams of Civilization. I also have a Little Brown Handbook from my college English class so he used that, along with various other books we already owned. You can choose how involved you will be with the curriculum. As a guide, or whole hog Good for those of us who lack the creativity to even come up with a starting point.