Simple Advice for a New Homeschooling Mom

Written by: | August 2, 2017

I remember my first year of homeschooling. It was the year of the OJ Simpson drama, $4.08 movie tickets, and The Lion King hitting theaters. 1994 seems like a long time ago, and I’ve graduated three homeschoolers since then. Yet, I also still have a lo-n-n-n-n-g way to go....
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How Do We Know God Is Who He Says He Is?

Written by: | July 17, 2017

We are a (fairly new) homeschool family, and as I am preparing and looking at curriculum for this next year, I have been searching for something that will assist me in teaching my kids some basic doctrines of the Christian faith. My kids are still quite young, with four...
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The Importance of Read-Aloud Bedtime Stories

Written by: | July 10, 2017

We all know that reading a bedtime story to your children is a nice way to calm them down and prepare them for sleep. But did you know that there are all kinds of other benefits to reading aloud to your kids? A study underway at Yale University has...
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10 Summer Boredom Busters for Kids

Written by: | June 30, 2017

Get your children busy doing fun and creative activities (instead of whining and complaining) with this list of summer boredom busters for kids. Are you hearing it yet? “I’m bored. There’s nothing to do!” These words are like nails on a chalkboard to me. I know parents who give...
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5 Scriptures to Pray Over Your Baby

Written by: | June 19, 2017

Looking for scriptures to pray over your baby? Start with these 5 verses and prayers to bless your child with God’s truth.I entered into motherhood not under the best circumstances. I was seventeen and a senior in high school, and my life had turned upside down. Yet it was...
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