Lighten Your Workload

It seems a Momma’s work is never done. From the moment our feet hit the floor, most of us never stop moving until we collapse sometime between dinner and the late show. For many years it was diapers, feedings and loads of laundry. Our minds were filled with meal plans and making time to grocery […]

Lighten Your Workload - By Lorrie Young

Letting Go and Staying Close

Regardless of their differences and unique choices, homeschoolers have one thing in common. Homeschoolers love their children and like being around them – most days, anyway. Life is not always blissful and homeschool children don’t always behave perfectly. I know, because I’ve been there myself! We tend to forget about the bad days and feel […]

Letting Go - By Lee Binz

“If He Were Just…”

   What if the main complaint you heard from your husband about your role in the home was “I just wish my wife was more of a successful home economist?”What would that mean? What exactly would be that job description? Would it mean that you needed to be a better cook—more frugal shopper–more organized—a better […]

If He Were Just... - By Karen Costello

What’s Your Mothering Style?

Mothers have a tendency to compare themselves to other mothers. We do this in many areas of life, but one of the most prevalent areas deals with our styles of mothers. In today’s podcast, Danielle and I are discussing several different style of mothering and how God has designed each style to meet the needs of […]

What's Your Mothering Style Podcast - By Lori Lane from The End in Mind

Fleshing Out the Gospel

The good news of the gospel is so simple. Even a child can understand it. For the wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life through Christ Jesus our Lord. ~Romans 6:23 He was buried, and he was raised from the dead on the third day, just as the […]

Fleshing Out the Gospel - Angela Parsley

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

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 […]

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