Category Archives: Bible Study

Spiritual Food

With two of the children now in university, I often times find myself thinking through the kind of spiritual nourishment we provided within our four walls for these two and continue to do so for the three still with us.

Spiritual Food

With two of the children now in university, I often times find myself thinking through the kind of spiritual nourishment we provided within our four walls for these two and continue to do so for the three still with us.

A well-rounded education

Some time ago, I began discussing a list called Greatest Mistakes Homeschool Moms Make (by Cindy Downes, atheist turned Christian, homeschooling mom) in this blog. I have found it helpful to review this document time and again in our homeschool journey. You can check out

A well-rounded education

Some time ago, I began discussing a list called Greatest Mistakes Homeschool Moms Make (by Cindy Downes, atheist turned Christian, homeschooling mom) in this blog. I have found it helpful to review this document time and again in our homeschool journey. You can check out

Adapted and Unabridged Versions

This year, for beginning rhetoric literature work, my oldest daughter has been assigned to study Pride and Prejudice (Jane Austen), Les Miserables (Victor Hugo),  Huckleberry Finn (Mark Twain),  and Crime and Punishment (Fyodor Dostoyevsky) to name a few.  While she

Adapted and Unabridged Versions

This year, for beginning rhetoric literature work, my oldest daughter has been assigned to study Pride and Prejudice (Jane Austen), Les Miserables (Victor Hugo),  Huckleberry Finn (Mark Twain),  and Crime and Punishment (Fyodor Dostoyevsky) to name a few.  While she

7. Last but not the Least

Our favorite art resource is Mona Brooke’s, “Drawing with Children.”  And our favorite music curricula is “Coloring the Classics“.  When it comes to extra- curricular activities, we try to be careful and not overdo it.  We also try to pick

7. Last but not the Least

Our favorite art resource is Mona Brooke’s, “Drawing with Children.”  And our favorite music curricula is “Coloring the Classics“.  When it comes to extra- curricular activities, we try to be careful and not overdo it.  We also try to pick