Review of Cinder by Marissa Meyer

Cyborg Lin Cinder, known as the best mechanic in New Beijing, was told she was lucky to be alive after a terrible accident killed both her parents when she was young. She should be grateful for whoever saved her body and gave her a chance to live as a cyborg. She should not complain about […]

Review of Cinder by Marissa Meyer - By Alysha Mitchell

Top 3 Posts from the Last 30 Days

Just in case you are a bit behind in your reading…be encouraged! Here are the top three posts from the last 30 days!  Enjoy!   Please Disturb Us Inviting God to interrupt our school day is like posting a “Please do disturb us” sign. Click To Tweet The Importance of Mommy Margin   Taking care of […]

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When Teens Say ‘Yes’ to Adulthood

Recently, a friend of mine went through the harrowing ordeal of sitting in a hospital waiting room while her father-in-law’s condition went from bad to worse.  In the white-knuckled hours that passed those first shaky end-of-life discussions were had and hospice was called.  He would be going home and they would wait at his bedside […]

When Teens Say Yes to Adulthood - By Debra Anderson

The Older Woman – The Need for Mentorship

Everyone needs a partner when taking a journey. Someone who has read the map or someone who has made the journey before. That’s why having a mentor is so important. We can glean wisdom and clarity through the eyes of a mentor. In today’s podcast, I’m interviewing Danielle on this very topic. I’m asking her […]

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Grace-Filled Parenting…for ME!

I am currently on a week of college visits with my last son…my last child. John and I were blessed with four sons spanning over twelve years. Somehow, I didn’t think this day would ever come…this day of facing my final child’s senior year…and eventual leaving. During the days of never-ending chores and homeschooling, I […]

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Let It Shine

Holding small, battery-powered tea candles in their chubby little hands, my two daughters sang along to “This Little Light of Mine” as we sat in the dark. They were ages 3 and 6, and “light” was the big topic of the week in our homeschool. After the song, I read aloud Matthew 5:16, in which […]

Let It Shine - By Diana Barto

Time Me!

Ready, set…go!  Have you noticed how children love the anticipation when they are at the top of a slide and you say those words?  Their faces light up with obvious eagerness as you prepare them for that downward slide by saying “One, two, three…go!”  As soon as young children can string those words together they […]

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