Setting the Course(s) for 2019-2020

I am not sure how we became so intrigued with foreign missions. To be honest, as a child, “missions” to me meant helping Sister So-And-So down the street who was older and on a fixed income. Of course, the ¬†scriptures do not distinguish in Matthew 25 between the location of the least of them; we […]

Traveling as Education

I still have a post among my drafts entitled, “At the Homeschool in my Head.” I never finished it from a first day of school years ago, but the concept is simple: what¬† happens around that kitchen table often looks markedly different than what we envision. After reading Charlotte Mason’s approach to education, I dreamed […]