I have often said that I don’t care if my children know all the math and science in the world; if they don’t know God, then I haven’t done my job. What good is it to acquire knowledge without first having godly wisdom? Call me an underachiever, but what does it matter to be successful in the world’s eyes, but not God’s? Who defines success? I may be an underachiever by the world’s standards, but I am not looking for worldly achievement. My desire is to make disciples—and that, my friends, is eternal gain. We build our homeschool on the Bible.