Resources for American Families

Resources for American Families

Western Conservatory
August 9, 2010

We live at a time when American families are struggling and discouraged. Western Conservatory develops teaching resources to address the hard questions of family life, straight from God's Word.


Just a few of many resources:

Fathers need to speak to their sons. But where does a dad begin? These informal, unrehearsed conversations between Geoffrey Botkin and his five sons show how fathers can speak to the pressing issues that weigh on young minds.

Homeschooling. Lots of families have done it. But can you do it? How hard is it? What does it actually look like? How do you know if you’re on the right track for success? Victoria Botkin has seven well-educated children who love home education and who plan to continue the tradition when they have children of their own. Her warm, practical advice has liberated hundreds of homeschooling mothers from the pressures of unbiblical expectations. She explains how they can find freedom by applying Deuteronomy 6, making godly education a way of life.

For the first time in America’s history, young ladies can expect to encounter a large gap between girlhood and marriage… if they marry. Now Christian girls all throughout our country are seriously asking: What’s a girl to do with her single years?

After twenty-five years of speaking to the home-school movement, I have never seen a more effective tool to reach the hearts of fathers who love their daughters but don’t know how to lead them, than this powerful DVD by Anna Sofia and Elizabeth Botkin.” —Dr. Marshall Foster, Mayflower Institute

Why is it hard for girls to find the balance between flirting and shunning? How can they keep their hearts pure? What responsibilities do they have toward young men?

Why do boys continue to dishonor, exploit, and degrade girls? Is it possible for them to learn how to respect, cherish, and lead women and rediscover the ways God intends for men to honor women?

Isaac, David, Benjamin, Anna Sofia, and Elizabeth Botkin share practical advice about how to interact with young men and women as brothers and sisters in Christ.

About the Author

The Western Conservatory is a Christian organization founded by the seven children of Geoffrey Botkin as a resource for people involved in the business of the Great Commission (Matt. 28:18-20). We produce and publish books, articles, audio recordings, and video resources, seeking to equip Christians to apply Scripture in all areas of life and culture (individual, family, church, and state).

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