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  I was a reluctant homeschool mom.   When my oldest was born, I was counting the days until he would go off to kindergarten.   I had a job I loved (teaching horseback riding lessons and training horses), and couldn’t wait to get back to it full time.   However, God has a sense

The Call to Homemaking

Wednesday, 27 April 2016 by
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The Call to Homemaking Does being a mom and homemaker ever feel a little too hard? There’s no question that you love your family like crazy and you’d do anything for them, but we all know it can be an exhausting job. If you’re anything like me, I bet you wish your home felt more

You Are Enough Mama

Saturday, 23 April 2016 by
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You Are Enough, Mama I started the day feeling like I could do anything. I was refreshed from a better-than-normal night’s sleep, and I had big plans for school. But then life happened … Dishes are now piled up in the sink. The main toilet overflowed. The neighbor and her dog came to visit, and

Cars and Trucks and Character Traits!

Friday, 22 April 2016 by
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  We all have them, those children who play with cars and trucks 24/7, make noises like cars and trucks, and know everything about construction trucks and different types of cars. What better way to share character traits than with those very vehicles our children love to learn about? Character Traits with Auto-B-Good is a

Years ago when I was reading Jim Elliot’s Journal, I found the following: “Anything, good as it may be, put before my study of the true and living Word, becomes a snare, and I must assiduously avoid all such if the Word of God is to be my fresh meat every morning.” The first time

The Word Is a Powerful Tool

Wednesday, 20 April 2016 by
theword

  Authors have a unique opportunity to share their ideas through their writing with all who would read their work. Their words become a powerful tool. In Selected Works of Charles Dickens, Dr. Steven Hake examines the motivations of Charles Dickens, his development as an author, and the themes of several of his major works,

Integrating New Challenges

Friday, 15 April 2016 by

As a former high school teacher, the first thing that people think (and say) when I reveal that I now homeschool my sons, is that it must be so easy for me. It’s a reasonable assumption to make if one thinks that homeschooling is just teaching a few subjects. Pop open a curriculum and away

Prepare to Be Amazed

Wednesday, 13 April 2016 by
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  Everyday, the world over, there are beautiful sights, both created by God and made by men who were given the ability and inspiration by God. Students have the opportunity to be amazed as they learn about beauty and wonder through two of our newest classes. In Recovering the Beauty of the Arts, Dr. R.C.

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