Pearls from New Places

A dear friend sent a gift with an enclosed note, saying, in part, “God…is holding tightly to this family. You are literally advancing and changing the color of homeschooling. It excites me so much…” I, too, am excited about what I see in the homeschooling community. I am excited that African-American homeschooling families are currently […]

Business is Booming and Blooming in Spring

I sure hate Puxatony Phil saw his shadow. I am soooooo ready for spring. Even though we had some desperately needed winter weather (for the sake of killing bugs), everything around here looks dead and lifeless. I want to see “green.” I am doing my part, as I wait, to “birth” some things, too. So […]

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 […]

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 […]