If You Lived When There was Slavery in America…

  Those outside of the homeschool community sometimes consider us weird or goofy.  Quite honestly,  I consider myself pretty cool, but I get it.  We are creatures of habit–unconventional habits.  When you are constantly together, as one example, your first thought rarely involves dropping your child off somewhere while you do your own thing.   […]

How to Build a Worldchanger

One of my favorite conference presentations is a concept I refer to as teaching inclusive history.  It is my passion, and the foundation upon which I have educated our children and sought to educate others for a number of years now.   I truly do believe that when we give our children a Godly heart for […]

Introducing… My High School History Curriculum

I am believing God that 2016 will be another tremendous year for me, an unprecedented season of using my small hinges to open big doors.   And it starts right here. “When I Was a Child” is the long-awaited high school history curriculum that will conclude our elementary, middle school, and now high school history […]

Following the Path to Freedom

‘I had reasoned this out in my mind, there was one of two things I had a right to, liberty or death; if I could not have one, I would have the other.’    Miss Harriet Tubman Though our trip to Niagara Falls was a purposeful excursion while dropping our daughter off at her home-away-from-home for […]

God Taught the Tough Stuff; Will You?

There are lovely stories in the Bible.  Children’s movies have been made of these stories; devotionals for the young are full of them.  But God also covered the tough areas, as in the rape of Tamar by her brothers.   He dealt with the incestuous acts of Lot and his daughters.   He covered the beheading of […]

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