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Strategies for Progress

Taking your child’s education in hand is frightening, and every homeschool mom worries if her child is progressing “normally.” Starting down the educational path with first children is especially intimidating because Mom has no experience with which to compare progress. ...

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The Day I Lost It

There will be days when you may also lose it, when that sweet-voiced, kind-hearted mom you want to be takes a hike and there is a frothing badger standing there in her place. It’s a mistake. There’s no doubt about it. She’s not supposed to be here. But all at...

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Two Good Ideas and Ramen

Many of today’s educational philosophies morphed from taking existing views and putting them together to form a new ideology. However, this was often done by educators who took the time to study and recognize the comprehensive needs of students in their era; they didn’t simply choose the fun and easy...

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Full Throttle

Much of our timidity as moms comes from the fear that we’re missing something. That we don’t have the authority or the skills or the abilities needed to move full throttle ahead in our service to the Lord through our families. ...

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We’re in This Together

Active unity, manifested in true togetherness, will take an ordinary marriage and turn it into one that causes others to look at us as Paul looked at the Thessalonians, driving him to give “thanks to God always for all of you, constantly mentioning you in our prayers, remembering before our...

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What We Need

Although I stress the importance of staying home when the kids are little ones, it’s also just important to find the time to join a Bible study, attend church, or get involved in some way that allows you the benefits the community of Christ brings into our lives....

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Let’s Sing!

Whether we can carry a tune or not - whether we are aware of it or not - music has strongly impacted each and every one of us. We cannot usually recall the specific words of a sermon, but we can remember theology taught to us in hymns. ...

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