Category: Blog

Reevaluating your evaluations

The end of year is a signal for many homeschool households to either administer a standardized test or have their portfolio reviewed. But, how about an evaluation done by the parents of the previous school year itself?

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For the crock pot: easy chicken nachos

I have Bible study in the morning, the kids have co-op in the afternoon, and then they have AWANA at church in the evening. Since I know there are so many others in the same boat, and sometimes even more days of the week than us, I want to share with you some of our favorite quick crock pot meals for families on the go!

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Let the games begin

My family loves playing games. We are not too much into technology but more board games and sport games. We try to have a “Game Night” a couple times a month but I have been thinking how much fun it would be to have a weekly “Game Night”.

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Surviving toddlerhood

Today I reflect back on when my youngest was a toddler. During that time, I remembered a friend of mine and what she went through with her youngest and how she encouraged me along the way.

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Living in grace

Grace is an overused term that can be abused. We see it abused when someone with a destructive lifestyle refuses to change. Just because something is abused doesn’t mean we dismiss it altogether. Grace is real. It’s powerful and, it’s Biblical.

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