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Kimberley Nash

Mrs. Nash is one of the original pioneers in home school textbooks. Whereas others took their public school or private school lectures and turned them into textbooks, Mrs. Nash spent her time working with God and home schooled children to write the textbooks He wanted. As a result, her academic textbooks are written to engage the student in a carefully guided teaching process.

Mrs. Nash has been writing books for more than twenty years. To date, she has written over 32 books. She wrote her first novel in 1990 for a physical healing church ministry and topical Bible studies for a variety of classrooms. After she started homeschooling, God motivated home school moms to ask her to teach them how to teach their children, which began with a TEACH-A-SCRIPT book for teachers. Next, mothers wanted textbooks and workbooks written for the home school classroom with a Biblical worldview that would help teach their students how to write well. Mrs. Nash used her extensive experience and knowledge in the home school setting to create each book with learning experiences that bring growth in skills and subject comprehension to every student. Her textbook and workbook combinations also develop balanced, whole brain learning. These textbooks became a welcome success for families using the public school and private school type textbooks that did not work in the home school classroom.

Because of the academic successes with her writing courses, parents continued to make requests for Mrs. Nash to write home school textbooks. Over the years since 1990, Mrs. Nash has written a variety of Biblically sound textbooks, how-to books, and novels that are used by parents, teachers, individuals, and students around the world. Each textbook teaches and builds Christian values and academic skills in its subject. These textbooks not only include teaching for subject understanding and mastery, but also Biblical wisdom that is obtained in a cumulative effect by using her books in succession from one grade level to the next.

By integrating academic knowledge and Christian values into each school subject, students develop deeper roots in Christ that help to achieve their career goals, remain Christians, develop godly character, and live healthier lives.

Mrs. Nash holds two bachelor's degrees, completed seminary studies, worked in program management and engineering in aerospace, and speaks/reads three languages.

"Kimberley and I have known each other for many years, and I have enjoyed seeing her passion for Christ-centered homes. Her (other) passion is for writing home school curriculum. She has quite a number of books in print. I'm not sure what sort of materials you are using for your studies with the kids, but Kimberley could be an excellent resource for you."
Katie Goetschel, Home School Graduate 2003
B.S. International Business - Sparklean business owner


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Warren Nash

Warren Nash has contributed articles and artwork to math and science textbooks, as well as devotionals for The Happy Home School Magazine. He was home schooled through high school and because of this education, when he graduated, he was able to enter Northwestern (Bible) College as a second year sophomore.

This rigorous, Christian business college afforded Mr. Nash first-hand experience with accomplished professors who had been successful executives in the business world. With these talented Christian men, Mr. Nash was able to travel abroad to study the global market and foreign businesses. Mr. Nash graduated with a bachelor's degree in Business Finance along with a minor in Bible.

After a year in business, Mr. Nash attended the University of St. Thomas where he earned an MBA. Mr. Nash currently works in the health care industry as a Financial Consultant.

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Gene Collins

Mr. Collins wrote two exceptional books about American history. He was an avid Christian historian who, during his long career, regularly gave lectures and presentations on early American history.

An actor and patriot at heart, Mr. Collins also gave enthralling performances of American patriots, such as Patrick Henry and Dr. Benjamin Franklin.

For more than two decades, Mr. Collins served as the resident historian at a nationally known Independence Hall replica located at Knott's Berry Farm in Buena Park, California.

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