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SchoolhouseTeachers at Christmas
  I love this time of year. The twinkling lights reflecting off the snow. The starkly naked trees reaching for the cloudless sky. Promises of steaming hot drinks, cozy sweaters, and red smiling cheeks. And the joy of remembering Christ’s coming as a vulnerable, tiny babe fills my heart. Why then is this also the

Cookie Baking Season

cookie baking
  ‘Tis the season of hustle, bustle, and lots of baking. As a mom of three, there are always little helpers in the kitchen wanting to help cook and bake. During the holiday season, my kiddos and I usually bake several dozen cookies. I attempt to pick a cookie for each of them to bake

Homeschooling: The Issue of Finances

From the TeachingtheWord Bible Knowledgebase Part five of a series. Read part four. Trusting in God’s provision rather than focusing on worldly prosperity is vital for homeschooling families. This is not merely a pious platitude but a command of God – and one of His greatest blessings. Over the years I have spoken with many parents who are
homeschool burnout
  Are you a tired homeschool mom? Do you approach the holidays like a sputtering vehicle, running out of gas as you barely reach your destination? If you feel worn out by the end of a calendar year or school year, you are not alone! Many other homeschool moms can relate to the experience of

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