Maybe WHAT You’re Teaching is the Problem

I read one of the most candid articles I have seen in a minute regarding teaching history, or rather, the mis-teaching of history, especially the era of slavery. You can read the entire article here. The article was a portion of the fruit of a “Teaching Hard History” project, birthed from the “Teaching Tolerance” initiative. And […]

The Fall Festival, Sophomore Year Ballet

There is a reality of dancing at the college level. You are indeed, a student athlete, just with a different uniform and no cheerleaders to jump around when you reach your goal. All the sweat equity, all the late nights and early mornings, and all the extra food fuel? They all become yours. There are hours […]

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 […]

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 […]

Speak THESE Things (Believing the Best for your Children)

Power: (noun) 1. The ability to do something or act in a particular way, especially as a faculty or quality 2. the capacity to direct or influence the behavior of others             (verb) 1. To supply with [mechanical or electrical] energy 2. to move or travel with great speed or force   If we are […]

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