"So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen.
For what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal."
II Corinthians 4:18

Tuesday, November 10, 2009


Faith Girls Baking Lessons


  1. Hi, Love your blog. I am a homeschool mom that loves KOF books, and want to do a club just in the home, but have not started yet. I have a question for you-- what is Polished Cornerstones.
    and I also looked at your set up of what the girls have to do but the middle section has like ingredients etc. Do they do some at home and then at the club meeting? Just now sure how to read that.
    Keep posting, I will check back often.

  2. Polished Cornerstones is another resource for teaching girls. It is from Doorposts. ( ) I did the cross reference list so families that had the Polished Cornerstones could either start a club using that resource or use it as we will for the "Character" badges.

    About the lesson plans, the middle section is supplies items they are to bring to the meeting. Not everything is listed on the printed sheet because the girls volunteer to bring different ingredents. One will bring flour for the whole group, one willbe the sugar for the whole group, etc. When our stock gets built up we don't have to have those items supplied until we run low again. I supplied the baking powder, baking soda, some spices, and staples at the beginning. We keep our items in a storage tub and the church.

    The third section is the "homework" assignment. They have to pick a recipe or use the one I supply and bake the item again for their family. We also have them bake an item for different ministries.

    For example the older ladies meet on the first Saturday of the month for Mug and Muffin. They have a devotion and then write cards of encouragement to church members, and families. We will be making muffins for them as one of our homework assignments.