Category Archives: Faith

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.

Making disciples in our homeschool

It has been ages since my last post.  Despite my long silence, God has been busy at work…in my life, my husband’s, in the lives of my children…and I am sure in yours. There is actually much to write about

Making disciples in our homeschool

It has been ages since my last post.  Despite my long silence, God has been busy at work…in my life, my husband’s, in the lives of my children…and I am sure in yours. There is actually much to write about

Multiplication Tables, Poetry, and the Green Knight

In much the same fashion as a post I wrote three years ago entitled “Salmon, Buoyancy and Corrie ten Boom“,  I’d like to record here some instances when something we are learning comes up in the different subjects or programs we

Multiplication Tables, Poetry, and the Green Knight

In much the same fashion as a post I wrote three years ago entitled “Salmon, Buoyancy and Corrie ten Boom“,  I’d like to record here some instances when something we are learning comes up in the different subjects or programs we

God be with Ye (“Goodbye”)

In less than 2 weeks, first child is heading off to university in the east coast.  I’m often asked how I feel about this and how ready I was to finally have one leave the nest. Of course, I will

God be with Ye (“Goodbye”)

In less than 2 weeks, first child is heading off to university in the east coast.  I’m often asked how I feel about this and how ready I was to finally have one leave the nest. Of course, I will

It’s Crunch Time!

Homeschooling through high school can really be a challenge especially because of the complexity of subjects that need to be completed at this time.  As well, this season of life is meant to prepare a student for the study skills

It’s Crunch Time!

Homeschooling through high school can really be a challenge especially because of the complexity of subjects that need to be completed at this time.  As well, this season of life is meant to prepare a student for the study skills

Thanksgiving

Around nine weeks worth of school work marks a quarter of our year completed.  There are a number of things to be grateful for.  Here are some: homeschool resources appropriate for a mom of five who can hardly homeschool from

Thanksgiving

Around nine weeks worth of school work marks a quarter of our year completed.  There are a number of things to be grateful for.  Here are some: homeschool resources appropriate for a mom of five who can hardly homeschool from

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