These can be ordered from Midwest Warehouse at 309-663-2518.  All high school students enrolled in Midwest Christian Academy receive these as part of their course of study at no extra charge.


BibleTelling: Life of Christ

BibleTelling: Life of Christ ~ helping your students learn to tell the stories of Jesus

This one-year interactive Bible course covers 36 stories from the life of Christ in chronological order. Students internalize these stories and learn how to tell them to others! BibleTelling is an innovative learning process where students learn to tell the stories of the Bible without memorizing.



Successful Living: Proverbs

Successful Living ~ wisdom studies in the book of Proverbs

A practical, one-year, in-depth Bible course covering such topics as: attitudes toward authority, how to be successful, gaining a proper attitude toward God, understanding money, resolving conflicts, developing good relationships, choosing friends wisely, facing life's temptations, making right choices, and establishing priorities. These are just some of the vital topics that will impact your students' hearts and minds as they study the Word of God in the book of Proverbs. Successful Living is a required course in home school academies and Christian schools around the world.

Nutrition Science

Nutrition Science ~ a Biblical and practical approach to nutrition

This one-semester course can be used for credit in Science, Health, or Home Economics. These beautiful work-texts (including projects and recipes) are bursting with well researched information in such areas as: the importance of a balanced diet, seven major nutrients in food, good and bad fats, complex carbohydrates and simple carbohydrates, importance of drinking enough water, principles of combining proteins, vitamins, minerals, fruits & vegetables, lifetime weight management, and what the Bible says about nutrition. This study will not only teach your students about health, but will also promote better health in their lives!

Creative Communications Skills

Creative Communications Skills ~ a speech class with a focus on storytelling

Using the book, The Art of Storytelling, (by John Walsh) as its text, this easy-to-use, one-semester course teaches basic skills of communication and public speaking. Woven into the material are practical exercises and assignments to have the students put into practice the skills they are learning.



Our Illinois Heritage

Our Illinois Heritage ~ a character study from the history of Illinois

More than an Illinois history course! This is a character study of people who have impacted our nation. 1/2 year credit in Social Studies or a Character Study elective.