5 Ideas to Teach That Responsibility Pays Off (The Transfiguration of Christ)

5 ideas to teach responsibility

5 Ideas to Teach That Responsibility Pays Off (The Transfiguration of Christ) Many wonderful messages can be garnered from the Transfiguration of Jesus on Mount Tabor. We don’t know what was discussed in this meeting with Moses and Elijah. But we know that it gave three weary, confused, and anxious disciples a little peek at… 

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Back to School: A Higher Calling

Ephesians 111

Back to school. Just the phrase conjures different thoughts for different people, even moms. It might bring thoughts of all the school supplies you need to purchase, school clothes, uniforms, the beginning of an educational journey, the end of homeschooling, or the start of college. It might make you think of your children’s education, whether… 

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2014-2015 Homeschool Student Photos

first day of homeschool photos

2014-2015 Homeschool Student Photos This year I took a little different approach than our last homeschool student photos. This year I let my children choose how and when they would be photographed. They were able to choose the photo that they felt best represented them. And they loved every minute of it! 9th Grade –… 

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Attitude of Quiet

Attitude of Quiet

“Our culture puts high value on doing — pushing us to be everything, do everything, and see everything. We have been trained to “do.” This conditioning makes it difficult for us to be still. Quiet tends to unnerve us.” – Kathy Howard, Embrace by Holiness Twice in one morning I read about busy-ness not equaling… 

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Consuming Consumption

Consuming Consumption

School fliers arrive in the mail touting one-cent glue and crayons for a quarter.  Week after week in August, big chain stores make me believe that I need several hundred binders; they make me wonder how I am existing without hole reinforcements for loose-leaf paper.  Flash forward to September when I have enough glue for three… 

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