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 […]

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 […]

Justice pon di Road: A Book Review

I was asked on last year to develop a curriculum for a charitable organization.   Specifically, I was asked to develop a curriculum that would get its audience to prayerfully consider sponsoring a child in an underdeveloped country.    So I became a student for weeks and months—a student of other cultures, other rituals and traditions, and […]

The ONE book you couldn’t live without

Yesterday, I met a group of moms for a lunch and play date at a nearby park.   This group was a bit different in make-up in that the organizers of the lunch were not homeschoolers.    Our kids have been fairly active in a local church ministry where the youth minister meets with a different group of […]