When You Need a Break…(Just Take It!)

It seems like the public school system is almost constantly under fire, and I am amazed at how with each new Presidential administration comes a new and markedly different solution to identified problems.  I cannot help but think that some part of the problem is the insistence of making our most precious resource—the next generation—the […]

With Beauty and Grace (a dancer’s photo shoot)

 ‘Then our sons in their youth     will be like well-nurtured plants, and our daughters will be like pillars     carved to adorn a palace.’ Psalm 144:12, NIV           photos are not to be reprinted, copied, or used in any way without permission

How Planners Can Change Your (Homeschool) Life

“Holding thoughts in your head is like trying to grasp water.”  Ryder Carroll   There are tons of memes that mock all the collections of a homeschooling family: insects, feathers, animals of all kinds, eggs, markers, beans—and those are the “tamer” sets of would-be science and math knick knacks.   I don’t know that I’ve seen a […]

What Black History Teaches Us About God (part 2)

From my last post (part 1 on this same subject), I voiced how intriguing I thought this question was, among all the questions that are asked about this month: “What does black history teach us about God?” Though not an all-inclusive list, I envisioned myself sitting with tea in hand, relaxing on a comfy couch, […]

Making “Connections” (Our New Podcast Series)

Almost one year ago, we introduced our “Connections” podcast series as a way of teaching short, meaningful history lessons to families who might just want “a little taste” of black history moments from which to grow.  During this Black History month, be sure to check out 1 or more of these podcasts; they might just […]

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