The Kingdom Code Journal Entry #1

Jenny/ August 22, 2019/ Homeschool Reviews



If you keep up with my homeschool product reviews you’ll remember a few weeks ago I wrote a review for The Kingdom Code and I’ve been chosen to journal our progress through this program so I’ll be posting our lesson updates each week!  I’m super excited about this!  These reviews won’t be as long as a regular review, but they will be thoroughly covering each lesson as we do it.  


Lesson 1:


  • So, this first lesson sets the foundation for everything!  I loved right off the way they emphasize using Biblical principles in your lifecand business!


  • We learned about economics here, what it means to be a Kingdom Code Kid and more!  Our first proclamation was “I trust in the Lord with all my heart and depend on Him instead of myself. In everything I do, I honor and remember Him and He makes my paths straight.”. Jake loves doing the proclamation!  He stands up and holds his hand up as he says it!


  • We studied Ephesians 6:10-11 about putting on the whole armor of God and what each part protects us against!




Then we learned the difference between financial responsibility and being financially responsible. We had several discussions on this topic since it was something I really wanted him to learn.  Many adults still don’t understand this!


We learned that their businesses are called treasure builders because you are earning money in a business and that is treasure!


Learning to count money was an extra benefit of this section. We studied this part pretty extensively. One thing I really like about this program is the ability to use it as a unit study and combine multiple subjects at once!


Our other extra activity for this lesson was to paint a rock with something meaningful to us about our Christian walk.


That’s all for this week!  Come back and read about Lesson 2 next time!


BTW here’s a coupon code for 10% off! 10TKC21








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Jenny is a homeschooling mom of 4 and wife to a wonderful husband. She enjoys reading, a good cup of coffee, and spending time outdoors with her family. You can find her writing about Jesus, homeschooling, and life on her blog Our Inconvenient Family, and contributing regularly at Lifeschooling Conference.