L.E.A.R.N.E.R Finding the True, Good, and Beautiful in Education by Marita Diffenbaugh

How can teachers measure success? What does it look like when kids are doing well in school? What does “success” look like in education? If the traditional approach of grading kids on an A through F scale seems to be lacking, Marita Diffenbaugh would agree with you. What is true, good, or beautiful in education?Continue reading “L.E.A.R.N.E.R Finding the True, Good, and Beautiful in Education by Marita Diffenbaugh”

The Easter Fix by Steph Williams

Is it too soon to talk about Easter? I say no, because today, I’m talking about another book that focuses on, you guessed it, Easter. Forget about Peeps or that shredded stuff you put in the bottom of your Easter baskets, or the Easter chocolate I could eat anytime. We’re getting down to the storyContinue reading “The Easter Fix by Steph Williams”

FREE Fall Reading Tracker

Did you know that just 15 minutes of reading every day could make a huge difference in a child’s life? Whether reading on their own or being read to by you, 15 minutes could help your child gain confidence and skill. Get this FREE reading tracker, created by Read Aloud.org. Read Aloud is a nationalContinue reading “FREE Fall Reading Tracker”

Homeschooling Solutions Found in Hands-On Learning

My friends at Oak Meadow have released the Fall 2020 edition of their journal, Living Education. Oak Meadow is a school and curriculum provider for homeschooling families. This issue is chock-full of fun. There’s some money-saving tips that can help you, especially if you’ve lost money during the pandemic. Are you feeling burnt out fromContinue reading “Homeschooling Solutions Found in Hands-On Learning”

Need Some Help Homeschooling?

Need some help figuring out back-to-school this year? My friends at Medi-Share are always offering advice on Christian living, financial advice, how to be healthy, and more. If you’re like many families across the country, you could use a little help figuring out how to homeschool this year. You can check out my tips forContinue reading “Need Some Help Homeschooling?”

Gladys Aylward The Adventure of a Lifetime

Gladys Aylward aspired to be a missionary to the people of China. As a young woman, she enrolled in missionary training school, but was devastated when she was told by the school director that she was not good enough to be a missionary. Perhaps, he told her, she should be a maid in China instead.Continue reading “Gladys Aylward The Adventure of a Lifetime”

George Muller: The Guardian of Bristol’s Orphans

A young man spends in his time partying in the pub and stealing from his father. When he’s told he has to become a minister, he can’t wait to see he can deceive and scam his congregation out of their money. Somehow, this guy with shady morals grows up to becomes an honest, sincere, andContinue reading “George Muller: The Guardian of Bristol’s Orphans”

Big and Little Activity Devotional by Rachel C. Swanson and Jacy Corral

Book Review Are you looking for a fun activity to do with your child that doesn’t involve any screen time? Rachel C. Swanson and Jacy Corral have created a fun activity that kids and their parents can both enjoy at the same time. Their Big and Little Activity Devotional has a unique design – oneContinue reading “Big and Little Activity Devotional by Rachel C. Swanson and Jacy Corral”

The Adventures of Herb Meyer

Herb Learns Obedience Book 1 by Joann Jimenez Illustrated by Roger Jimenez How often do you hear the word obedience? It may seem like an old-time word. For Christian parents trying to help their kids understand what obedience is and why it’s important, author Joann Jimenez and illustrator Roger Jimenez are making it a littleContinue reading “The Adventures of Herb Meyer”

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