Homeschooling: It’s Not About Academics

Yes, I have been (notably?) absent from my blog in these last couple of weeks. Actually, I am shocked that I have been able to keep up as much as I have as we are in the midst of our craziest summer yet. As I type, we are on our 7th family trip in 2-1/2 months. […]

The Gentle Grace of Homeschooling

Now that I have talked about the biggest concerns of beginning a homeschooling journey–money, home and life adjustments, and relationships within and without the homeschooling community, there might be a sobering second thought brewing deep in the back of your mind. I would be remiss in this final edition of the “Are you Ready to Homeschool” series […]

Updated: Our Homeschool Year in a Bullet Journal

When I originally posted my thoughts about the conversion from a traditional school planner into a homeschool bullet journal, my confession was that I didn’t know how I would actually go about that conversion. So, with about 2-3 weeks left before we begin school again, I now have a bit more of a plan. Since […]

“When I Was a Child” Volume 2 Now Available!

It is here, it is here! Volume 2 of When I Was a Child, our high school history curriculum, is here!     For those of you who have already pre-ordered, I will ship your order this week as promised.   When I Was a Child stays true to the spiritual and instructional foundation that […]

Homeschooling: You Don’t Have to Go It Alone

I have been reading through the Old Testament for a long time now. Often people speak of the Old Testament as if it is antiquated, a history document with little to teach. Yet, I find such richness in understanding who God was before Jesus came to earth, how He interacted and covered His people, and […]

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