Jolted By Jealousy

There’s a dirty little secret many Bible-reading and God-fearing women are harboring. It has taken up residence in the smallest spaces of our hearts and has planted seeds there. And from its snug position, it grows quietly and spreads stealthily. Its toxic roots fan out carrying unpleasant thoughts, fostering attitudes of ingratitude, and tainting the […]

Jolted By Jealousy - By Andrea Thorpe

Snowbound

   This past week found my home city of Nashville gridlocked by ice and snow. Because much snowfall is rare down here now, everything comes to an almost complete stop. Universities close–bread and milk fly off the grocery shelves–and people stay home in droves.    With all my complaining of how busy we all are […]

Snowbound

Stay in Season

I live in Denver, Colorado where weather extremes are normal.  Just last night we received two inches of snow, but by 10 a.m the sun was out and I was flip-flopping around on my errands.  This is not an unusual occurrence for us. I think that these frequent weather surprises do us a few favors.  […]

Stay in Season - By Debra Anderson

The Importance of Spiritual Rest

I am the mother of an active three-year-old girl. There are lots of things my busy little bundle of energy loves to do, but taking her much needed daily nap is not one of them. Each afternoon around one o’clock, a series of unpleasant events unfolds as tiredness overtakes my daughter. She becomes cranky, tearful, […]

The Importance of Spiritual Rest - By Andrea Thorpe

When You Want to Quit

I had had it this year. Something about homeschool, sibling quarrelling, and my own emotional state made me feel as if I had to quit homeschooling. Honestly not had to quit but really wanted to quit. I needed time away from all of this because it was too much. I lost my purpose and my […]

When You Want to Quit - By Angela Parsley

Rethinking Boredom

It seems as winter drags more and more ideas for busting boredom in kids seem to be finding their way into my inbox. In fact I did a quick Google search, and 465,000 articles came up in less than 5 seconds! Now, don’t get me wrong I am not against the cute ideas on Pinterest, […]

Rethinking Boredom - By Lorrie Young

A Hard Road Paved with Grace

At a crossroads. That’s where our homeschool journey began. By God’s grace, we felt peace that the public school path was not an option for our soon-to-be Kindergartner. But still two paths remained: private school and homeschool. The private school option seemed like the most obvious route, especially since our oldest daughter was already attending […]

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