Exploring History with Ray Notgrass offers background on what you hear in the news, shares stories from history that will enlighten and inspire you, and provides encouragement about homeschooling, family life, and your walk with God.
A Tribute to Queen Elizabeth II
Queen Elizabeth II was the longest reigning monarch in British history. In this episode, Ray Notgrass discusses her life and reign and shares his personal connections with Her Majesty's Britain.
Find links to more resources about Queen Elizabeth II at Homeschool History: https://app.homeschoolhistory.com/resource/tribute-to-queen-elizabeth-ii
A Story of Faith and Prayer
In this podcast, Ray Notgrass tells the dramatic story of Dr. Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol and their recovery from the Ebola virus in 2014. It's a story of faith, courage, selfless service, and answered prayer.
Kent Brantly Interview
10 Questions with Kent Brantly, M.D.
The Power and Joy of Reading
In this podcast, Ray Notgrass shares his love of reading and how books have enriched his life. He talks about what books do for us and encourages students and adults to be lifetime readers.
A Christian Trailblazer in Australia
Sir Douglas Nicholls was a leader among the aboriginal people of Australia in the 20th century. He was a star athlete, devoted Christian, leader in the campaign for civil rights, and the first member of the first nations of Australia to be appointed governor of a state. Sir Douglas Nicholls only stood 5 feet 2 inches tall, but in athletics, faith, civil rights, and politics, he was a giant of a man.
Take a Little Here, Give a Little There: The Story of Reapportionment and Redistricting
In the latest Exploring History podcast, Ray Notgrass takes on the process of reapportionment of the seats in the U.S. House of Representatives and the mysterious, sometimes comical, often frustrating, deeply political process known as redistricting of electoral districts. If you need a bit more light on these subjects, listen to Exploring History with Ray Notgrass.
Find more resources about redistricting and gerrymandering: https://app.homeschoolhistory.com/resource/1658853360045x762227376594878500
Going Where No One Had Gone Before
In 1958 the world's first nuclear-powered submarine, the U.S. Navy's Nautilus, made a daring journey underwater at the North Pole. That journey, led by Captain William Anderson, demonstrated American technology and boosted American prestige around the world. Hear the story of this history-making event.
Find more resources about the Nautilus: https://app.homeschoolhistory.com/resource/1657581028444x451442773055766500
The Notgrasses are amazing!
I met them years ago at a homeschool convention in Orlando. They took the time to explain how they got started and why they do what they do. I never knew Mr. Notgrass had a podcast until I found it today… It popped up in my Facebook feed as an ad. I listened to the podcast about what’s going on in Ukraine right now. Very informative! I subscribed to the podcast and I look forward to more! Five stars for me!
We love Notgrass History! We use the elementary curriculum for our son. Happy to discover Ray Notgrass has a podcast! My 10 year son and I listened to podcast about the invasion of Ukraine and a brief history behind all what is happening there. What a great brief background of Ukraine for many of us who share large gaps of “learning “ from sub par public school “education “. To make a very long story short, I am grateful my dyslexic son led me to homeschool him and discover the joy of spending more time with him, bringing our family closer to God:). Thank you Notgrass family, you bless so many with your wisdom and insight to the world around us!
This is a great resource to aid in exploring history for myself and my children.