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Possessors Of Promises

Posted in Homeschool Devotionals by Maribeth Spangenberg on May 05, 2015
“And whatsoever ye do, do it heartily, as to the Lord, and not unto men; Knowing that of the Lord ye shall receive the reward of the inheritance: for ye serve the Lord Christ.”…Read More 

Titus 2 Ministry

Posted in Reports from the Trenches by Cindy Puhek on April 26, 2015
When did it happen?  It certainly snuck up on me and took me by surprise.  My husband is 10 years older than I am and I have always felt very young as a result.  But all of a sudden,…Read More 

A Rotten Science Project

Posted in Random but Relevant by Matthew Lewis on April 24, 2015
I mentioned a week or so ago that Lisa and I are starting a garden (again) this year. Most people plant vegetable gardens to enjoy fresh produce. But have you told your kids how much…Read More 

Spring Is Sprung

Posted in Homeschool Devotionals by Maribeth Spangenberg on April 24, 2015
“For, lo, the winter is past, the rain is over and gone; The flowers appear on the earth; the time of the singing of birds is come, and the voice of the turtle is heard in our…Read More 

Homeschoolers Helping Each Other

Posted in Editor's Notes by Jonathan Lewis on April 23, 2015
I usually use this blog to share excerpts of articles from Home School Enrichment Magazine, or give you a sneak peak of what’s coming up in the magazine. Today, however, I want to…Read More 

Learning to Read

Posted in Random but Relevant by Matthew Lewis on April 21, 2015
I’ve always been astounded by stories of people who taught themselves how to read. I literally have no idea how one would go about doing that, so I have the highest admiration for…Read More 

Starting a Garden

Posted in Random but Relevant by Matthew Lewis on April 16, 2015
Lisa and I have made a few brief forays into gardening, but we kind of gave it up after I accidentally ran over our one decent cucumber with a ridiing lawmower a couple years ago.…Read More 

Do you do tornado drills?

Posted in Random but Relevant by Matthew Lewis on April 10, 2015
I’ll say this for public schools: They do a good job with tornado drills (or at least they did when I was in second grade). Every student knew what to do and where to go in the event…Read More 

Is Homeschooling About to Explode?

Posted in Editor's Notes by Jonathan Lewis on April 10, 2015
While I was at the Gen2 Leadership Conference earlier this year, I had the opportunity to interview some of the speakers. During my conversation with Kevin Swanson of Generations…Read More 

The Faith Of A Child

Posted in Homeschool Devotionals by Maribeth Spangenberg on April 10, 2015
“Whosoever therefore shall humble himself as this little child, the same is greatest in the kingdom of heaven.” Matthew 18:4     In his little three year old mind it was a…Read More 

What does it take for you to “divide” with others?

Posted in Random but Relevant by Matthew Lewis on April 07, 2015
It’s probably not news to you to hear that homeschoolers have a bit of a reputation for being divisive - that is to say, we’re often perceived as being a little too willing to simply…Read More 

Unexpected Costs

Posted in Reports from the Trenches by Cindy Puhek on April 04, 2015
When I embraced the idea that children are a blessing from the Lord, I knew this would come with a cost.  Some of that cost is paid to my culture that doesn’t understand my super…Read More 

Common Threads

Posted in Homeschool Devotionals by Maribeth Spangenberg on March 30, 2015
“Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.” Proverbs 22:6     It’s quite disheartening to hear the statistics of young people…Read More 

Hating History

Posted in Reports from the Trenches by Cindy Puhek on March 29, 2015
My oldest child is now in high school and things have changed a bit in our homeschool.  Primarily, the difference between her earlier schooling and her current schooling is she now…Read More 

Discipleship and Media

Posted in Editor's Notes by Jonathan Lewis on March 26, 2015
Back in January, I had the opportunity to attend the Gen2 Leadership Conference hosted by Generations with Vision and held at the Creation Museum. While I was there, I sat down with…Read More 

Funny choice for a lullabye…

Posted in Random but Relevant by Matthew Lewis on March 26, 2015
Kids can be funny. Not just funny as in the funny things they do and say, but funny as in downright strange! Lisa and I were reminded of this on a recent car trip, when we realized…Read More 

Dad’s Work is Never Done?

Posted in Editor's Notes by Jonathan Lewis on March 13, 2015
Perhaps you’ve heard the old saying: “A man’s work is from sun to sun, but a woman’s work is never done.” I don’t know if things were ever really that clear cut, but if…Read More 

Unmistakable

Posted in Homeschool Devotionals by Maribeth Spangenberg on March 12, 2015
“I have been young, and now am old; yet have I not seen the righteous forsaken, nor his seed begging bread.” Psalm 37:25     There are just some things that you know…Read More 

But Not The Hippopotamus

Posted in Reports from the Trenches by Cindy Puhek on March 08, 2015
Sandra Boynton has written may witty, fun children’s books.  Most of us have made our bedtime routine with our children far more entertaining with her ingenious stories.  But some…Read More 

Conviction Versus Preference

Posted in Homeschool Devotionals by Maribeth Spangenberg on March 02, 2015
“I the LORD have called thee in righteousness, and will hold thine hand, and will keep thee…” Isaiah 42:6     Oftentimes, the hardest season to get through, in our…Read More 
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