How to Get Back on Track when Life Kicks Your Butt

“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.”  Matthew 11:28 August kicked my butt.  I thought that I was on top of everything, prepared for surgery, ready for our trip.  I was SOOOO wrong.  Reality check:  Surgery took a month to recover from, which meant that I …
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When We Check Out on Our Relationship with God

“The joyful timbrels are stilled, the noise of the revelers has stopped, the joyful harp is silent.”  Isaiah 24:8 If there is one thing that I have learned in my lifetime, it is that this earthly life is pretty relentless in the challenges that are thrown my way.  When I talk to other Christians, I …
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Why you don’t need a Teaching degree to Homeschool your Kids

Let me just start by saying that I used to be a public school kindergarten teacher.  I graduated from a top of the line teacher training program with an Elementary Education degree and continued on there to get my Master’s degree in Early Childhood education.  I know what is involved in becoming a certified teacher.  …
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Feel free to break the homeschool stereotypes

I generally find stereotypes to be misguided.  Not all Mexicans like the same food.  Not all senior citizens are grumpy.  Not all men are inconsiderate. We have Sooooo many stereotypes.  They are our attempt to simplify how much we need to learn about those groups.  But, it is so much better to take the time …
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