Entering a New Land: A Family Devotion on Change

Many changes, even those that will benefit us, are hard.  A good attitude can help make a change easier to accept and get through. I recently wrote up this Bible study to go through with my kids.  We have some big changes coming up soon and we’d just finished reading through the story of Moses and… 

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Are You Homeschooling on a Trial Basis?

Recently, I was scrolling through Facebook and came across a post from another blogger that I’m not super familiar with.  It went something like this: “WAHM: If your husband doesn’t approve of your home business, do what you can to get him involved so he can see how awesome you are.”  After I picked up… 

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I’m Not Here to Entertain

This morning, my mom came over to sit with my kids while I did some errands.  When I got home, she could tell something was wrong. “I’m so discouraged!” I whined.  I went on to tell her how frustrating it is for homemakers of my generation to see homemakers of her generation (and before) and… 

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How I Fit It All In

I’m not going to close down my Facebook account. I’ve been kicking it around.  In fact, I even did that two-week thing where you can shut it down–but not quite all the way–and then bring it back up within two weeks if you change your mind. I almost made it the two weeks! One thing… 

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Creative History Lessons with Biblical Truths

When I first implemented Bible reading in our morning school routine, I figured we’d have a 15-20 minute devotion and move on to science, math, or whatever I had planned.  I never anticipated the discussions we’d have, or the other subjects we’d skip, in favor of asking and answering question after question regarding the Scripture I’d read…. 

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