Tag Archives: adoption

6 Keys to Homeschooling Children From Traumatic Backgrounds

We adopted my youngest son from our state’s foster care system over two years ago when he was seven and began homeschooling him when he was in third grade. It hasn’t been easy, but it has been rewarding. My son … Continue reading

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How Homeschooling Inspired Us to Adopt

I had no idea the impact homeschooling would make on my family when we started this journey. At the time, my oldest son, Isaac, had just finished kindergarten in public school, and we simply wanted more time with him. That was … Continue reading

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A Celebration of Sonlight Families with Adopted Children

I believe Sonlighters are special people. They are eager to learn. They love to discuss important ideas. They truly seek to share God's love with others. I am reminded of this each time I have the privilege to meet Sonlighters … Continue reading

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The Importance of Good Theology

It has been a heavy week for me here on the blogosphere. Not because of quantity. It was the intensity; particularly reading about the death of Hana Grace-Rose Williams. As I've talked with other bloggers about this situation, the importance … Continue reading

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