Dealing With Distractions

Dealing With Distractions

By Renata Finch “A goat’s in the orchard!” exclaimed my eight-year-old son. I sighed. This wasn’t the first interruption and I could see my carefully planned day dissipating into a hasty scramble to try to get anything achieved on my “to do” list. I once again sent...
The Whole Word Reading Method

The Whole Word Reading Method

By Ashley Allgood My oldest and youngest children really struggled with learning to read. I also struggled to read as a child and later was diagnosed with dyslexia. When my oldest was learning to read I tried so many different curriculums and each one failed. Our...
A Crucial Crossroad

A Crucial Crossroad

A Crucial Crossroad by Claire Novak There comes a time in every young person’s life when a crucial decision must be made—to pursue a college degree, or to circumvent traditional education? I’m not going to tell you which path is the best—I believe that’s a decision...
Preschool Pressure or Preschool Peace?

Preschool Pressure or Preschool Peace?

Only by finding preschool peace can a homeschooling mom conserve her energy for the larger task of homeschooling her children for as many years as she needs to later on, maybe even through high school.

Educational Stocking Stuffers Under $10 For Young Kids

Educational Stocking Stuffers Under $10 For Young Kids

  Are you still struggling to find items for stocking stuffers? Are you tired of buying cheap items at the Dollar Store? Well, it’s not too late to order from this list we’ve compiled from Amazon! And the best part? They’re all educational!...
I’m So Glad It’s Friday!

I’m So Glad It’s Friday!

By Sharon Duncan Every Saturday, I work a twelve-hour shift at the local hospital as a Registered Nurse. It is a rewarding career, to be sure. I earn a good income for a minimal time investment away from my family, and it is definitely a ministry opportunity as I care...

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