Squanto’s Inspirational Testimony

At Thanksgiving, we often remember the Pilgrims of Plymouth, Massachusetts, and their godly heritage. Squanto often appears in these stories as the Native American who taught them to grow corn. Yet, this godly man has a testimony that continues to inspire me.   So, let’s go back to that first winter after the Pilgrims landed.

Happy Thanksgiving, Mama!

Hey Mama, Happy Thanksgiving! I’m going to keep this brief because you’ve got a turkey to defrost and a dozen pies to bake—am I right? One thought for today: what’s on your menu? I know the usual is turkey, dressing, cranberry, pumpkin. . .lots and lots of pumpkin—but what’s on the menu of your heart? 
Fall is such a fun time to homeschool. I well remember when my children were younger, abandoning our homeschooling classroom in favor of a quilt spread out in the backyard. It was fun to feel the fresh air of fall blowing across our faces. As we gazed around at the fall foliage, it was obvious

Five Ways to Homeschool with Handicrafts

Homeschooling with handicrafts has received recent hype with the popular rise of the Charlotte Mason teaching method among the homeschooling community. Although the Charlotte Mason method is not new, some homeschoolers are just now being introduced to this relaxed approach. Every new homeschooling parent hears the advice that you do not need to recreate the

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"Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old, he will not depart from it" (Proverbs 22:6).