Sybrina’s Son, My Son, and All of Our Responsibility

I have been writing this post in my head for over a year now, but I wanted to wait–for several reasons.   First, I wanted to get my head around my own thoughts such that I might articulate them clearly.  Secondly, I believe in timing, and in expressing yourself in a way that allows people to […]

The World’s Standard is a Set-Up

Soon, I will write a post about our plans for next year’s school/ curriculum plans; it’s about that time, and for a variety of reasons, I’ve already had to think about what changes will occur in our school, and what will stay the same.   For now, however, I am simply enjoying our few remaining weeks, […]

5 Great Lessons after the Exodus

I have been deliberate about making sure our children read the entire Bible after returning home from a children’s workshop in which the following statement was made: the average American who considers him/ herself a Christian has never read the entire Bible.   Not even once.  This statement put into perspective for me so much about […]

Training for Every Season

“Just as the high school student must think past seeing Jane run academically, so he or she must think past Noah’s Ark, past David’s slingshot, and even past the work done on the Cross. What of it? How do I apply all that I have been taught (and presumably learned, the difference of which is […]

Two Leaders, Two Letters

‘I really want to know you, and I want you to know me—not because I need you to approve of me (nor do I need to approve of you), but because I’ve been where you are, and I think I could help you.    And, I want most of all for you to know that as […]

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