The Minimalist Guide to the Holidays

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As soon as the crisp morning breeze hits your cheek, it seems like it’s just a few weeks before you’re facing the holidays and all the juggling of activities that brings. Trying to homeschool while planning and preparing for the onslaught of company, huge, intricate meals, decorating the house, holiday crafts, homemade Christmas gifts, special…

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Why Literature is essential to Learning

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Did you read  Old Yeller as a child? Remember your terror when the enraged momma bear charges little Arliss and your rejoicing when the “yeller dog” attacks the bear to save his life?  How about Hans Brinker or the Silver Skates? Did you cheer when Gretel won her race and their dad miraculously regained his memory?…

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6 Tips for Raising Godly Leaders

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Have you noticed lately that the world is becoming notably less tolerant of our Biblical beliefs? Moral relativism and immoral perspectives are not creeping, but charging,  into our communities, public education system, and even into our churches. Soon our children and grandchildren are going to be on the front lines. It is our job to…

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