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Homeschooling Through Crushing Disappointment & Unanswered Prayers

Are you facing a difficult season, in which answered prayers seem distant, and joy is scarce? Does God seems far away? Maybe you’re facing a health crisis, or maybe your arms ache for a precious child. Maybe your family is … Continue reading

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Family

We just got back from our annual family get together, dubbed "Family Fun Week." It is a special time we take, and one I traditionally look forward to. Except, this year I approached it with some trepidation. Last year we … Continue reading

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Our India Trip to the "Edges"

In the 1970s, the famous missiologist Dr. Ralph Winters had an epiphany. He had met scores of missionaries headed to Mexico, Guatemala and Nigeria. But he had never met a missionary serving in Afghanistan. He knew every country needs the … Continue reading

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Transitioning

Last month I shared that my family was in the middle of a cross-country move. What I didn't share was that I was also making the transition from being a stay-at-home homeschooling mom to actually working full-time in the Sonlight … Continue reading

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Why Pray in Your Homeschool

Prayer can change lives--including your own. I was very much encouraged by Mandy's post How the Gospel Changes Prayer. And Se7en provided 7 ways to make God part of your daily (homeschool) life. Even if you haven't been thinking about … Continue reading

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Are Your Children Excited About Missions?

The focus on missionaries is one of the things I love about Sonlight. In the Core programs, we get to meet normal men and women from history whom God used to do extraordinary things. We have the opportunity to partner … Continue reading

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Unplugging

I had planned to write about how I am tired of hate. And I am. I am so overwhelmed by the hate that is pounded all the time. Between Christians, between sexes, between countries, between people. I know there are … Continue reading

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