So, today is the day I’m starting my “new” hobby. I’m going to cook through what I’m going to call “heritage recipes”…recipes that I have from great grandmother, grandmother and great aunt that our family still has access to via handwritten slips of paper, recipe cards and well-worn recipe books. I will probably do this […]
The conclusion of a three part series on making education much more than just sitting at desks or taking tests. Education can be a way of life that launches life long learning.
As you know, the last post I wrote had to do with playing in the kitchen. It was so relaxing. This past week I’ve been a bit under the weather. Nothing serious…just, you know, under the weather. I’ve worked from the couch, read from the couch, watch the seasons change from the couch, slept on […]
Have you ever just wanted to push a button, ask a question and hear back from another homeschool mom who is just a bit further down the road on life’s journey? Well, you are in luck! See that button on the right hand side of the HOTM home page? Yep, that one! Just click the […]
Each Wednesday, we do our best to bring you a “Web Walk.” Yep! We keep our eyes scouring the web for blogs outside of Heart of the Matter…blogs that are like-minded. We pick articles that we know will encourage, inspire and motivate you to really pursue getting to the “heart of the matter.” Have suggestions? […]
Education is so much more than sitting at a desk…Education is a way of life. In this second of a three part series, Karen DeBeus, one of our monthly contributors, shares practical insight and tips to help all of us create an atmosphere of learning within our homes and lifestyles.
A few years ago in my worldview class, we were watching a video presentation on the topic of history as God sees it! In today’s culture, postmodernism tells us that there isn’t a big or larger picture, no larger truth and no one ultimately in charge. This means that I have no accountability or demands […]