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Forging Forward

If my desire is to glorify God by enjoying him forever, my friend, the enjoyment is often most felt when I am at my most need. It is while on my knees, at the kitchen sink, and driving in the car that I am in constant communion asking for help,...

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Stop Asking Me to Forgive!

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_text_separator title="The Question of Forgiveness" color="peacoc" border_width="2"][vc_column_text]Stories of crime investigations and legal prosecutions have always fascinated me. I enjoy the process of figuring out the clues, listening for that one slip of the tongue that shifts the direction of the story and results in the perpetrator being prosecuted for his...

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A Chapter a Day

For many of us, our homeschool curriculum foundation is built on the beauty of living books. We provide a delightful flow of learning for our children with each and every page. But, absorbing the depth of living books should not stop just because we finish school....

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What are Unit Studies?

While unit studies do tend to be labor intensive, their flexibility appeals to many homeschoolers, both as a long-term and a short-term option. Whether you are deschooling, trying to figure out your child's learning style, or just needing a change, unit studies can provide a great option for your family....

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Cultivating Your Passion

Young womanhood is filled with adventure, learning, and curiosity. I remember spending countless hours daydreaming about what I wanted to be when I grew up. I had a cousin, living on the opposite side of the country that became an Air Force Pilot. Not just any pilot because he flew...

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