Traveling as Education

I still have a post among my drafts entitled, “At the Homeschool in my Head.” I never finished it from a first day of school years ago, but the concept is simple: what  happens around that kitchen table often looks markedly different than what we envision. After reading Charlotte Mason’s approach to education, I dreamed […]

Portraying Diversity in History Curriculum–An Interview

  If you do not follow Demetria Zinga of Christian Homeschool Moms, you are missing out on a treat. This lady has been around for a minute now, encouraging, enlightening, and equipping. She is a fellow blogger, author and homeschooling parent. Her additional gifting, however, is in helping other moms like us, i.e., stay-at-home moms with business […]

Introducing “A Heart for the Nations” Guatamala and Haiti

“I think Haiti is a place that suffers so much from neglect that people only want to hear about it when it’s at its extreme. And that’s what they end up knowing about it.”                                                                         Haitian Author Edwidge Danticat   I am simply thrilled about what is happening with A Blessed Heritage Educational Resources in […]

Mountaintop Momentum

We have had an uneventful week off—so uneventful, in fact, that I kept postponing this blog post. I simply could not think about how to give a voice to what I wanted to say. One great thing about a break from homeschooling is that you get an opportunity to step back from the trenches and […]

Helping Your Child Apply the Word

I wrote a post a minute ago about speaking and believing the best for our children. In doing so, I forgot to discuss the other side of this particular coin: what your children might be speaking to themselves. When I was young, our small church congregation prayed collectively, led by one of the church deacons. I […]

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