(This post contains affiliate links.) Raising Christian teens isn’t so hard when you have a little help. The Bible, a supportive church and great living books for Christan teen girls are three of my greatest tools! I’ve read many of these books with my sweet teenage daughter and I’m always amazed at her growth and […]
Christian homeschooling encompasses more than just school time. It really should be about how we do life - Bible study, character lessons, prayer time, daily attitudes, serving others, diligently and joyfully working, enjoying family time, worshiping together and so much more. In these articles I have tried to share everything from how I plan our daily Bible time and fantastic resources to help along the way to specific character training lessons and service project ideas that strive to build your children up as you point them to your Father.
(This post contains affiliate links.) There are so very many wonderful books we’ve found over the years to encourage our walk with Christ. In this Loving Living Literature post, I’d like to share our top 10 favorites. I hope you find these to be as precious as our family has. For a listing of all […]
(This post contains affiliate links.) Growing Hearts and Minds James 3:13-17 Who is wise and understanding among you? Let them show it by their good life, by deeds done in the humility that comes from wisdom. But if you harbor bitter envy and selfish ambition in your hearts, do not boast about it or deny […]
Suicide. Rape. Drugs. Alcohol. Beatings. Sex trafficking. Demon/Ghost Hunting. We’ve walked beside teens and families dealing with each of these in the last few months. Why would God peel so many layers from our naive eyes in such a short time? I’m not sure yet. It hasn’t been easy talking with our children (16, […]
Homeschooling Imperfection at my house? Yes. Oh, yes. I love homeschooling. Love it. But let me tell you, some moments aren’t warm and fuzzy. Homeschooling is life. Real life. And real life can be tough. A messy house, piles of laundry and dishes, not knowing what we’ll eat for supper…at suppertime, a lawn begging to […]