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When Homeschooling is Hard: Two Bible Verses to Anchor Your Heart

In our many years of homeschooling, there have been some days that were downright dreamy. I don’t know what a perfect school day looks like for you, but for me it’s simultaneously productive and relaxed. The kids set about their … Continue reading

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You Want Me To Talk to My Kindergartener About Nazis?

Although it’s been a decade and a half since I first unboxed History / Bible/ Literature A Intro to the World: Cultures (HBL A), I can still remember my awe as I familiarized myself with each book. Some titles I knew … Continue reading

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Are You Working for the Lord in Your Homeschool?

When it comes to your homeschool, have you considered who you are working for? It is a question worth asking because it determines the vision for your homeschool. Without vision, your homeschool is likely to derail as resentment blossoms like … Continue reading

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Homeschooling is Hard and Worthy Work

Every year around this time, I see cartoons in which moms celebrate the yellow bus coming around the corner and shout, “Take my kids, please!” Those comments usually make me sad, because I really loved being with my kids and … Continue reading

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5 Reasons to Read Books with Difficult Topics

As far back as I can remember, I was one of those voracious readers who read everything: the publisher’s mailing address printed in the beginning of books the ISBN numbers every foreword and epilogue—yes, even the appendices the writing on … Continue reading

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