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Our White World

Although we do not have huge piles of snow like some of our US neighbors, our world is white too.  The fireplace roars, we wear sweaters and extra socks–although Miss 12 did run into the snow on bare feet to rescue a stray dog–and we’re stocking up on holiday chocolate. And we are so grateful for […]

Civics: How Our Heavenly Citizenship Affects Our Earthly Countries

One of our homeschooling goals is to raise citizens of the kingdom of heaven who care about their earthly country as well. We want to equip them to influence their culture for Christ…and this includes political action. How can we equip our children to influence their culture for Christ? Obviously, it begins with teaching our […]

One Flag for Each Canadian Baby Aborted Every Year

In every crowd cheering at a hockey game, listening to a concert, or running a marathon, people are missing. Our country is full of empty spaces, and so are our lives.   In fact, in all of Canada, over three million people are missing, nameless, and forgotten. These people have never laughed or cried or seen […]

Review: Safe as Houses by Eric Walters

I often wonder, when I get a new library book by an author I do not know well, which of my kids can read it.  Miss 13 read this one—a quick skim showed me it was fine for her—but when I asked her if it was alright for her little sister, she was not sure. […]

Defending Life: Let Us Not Become Weary in Doing Good

Two women named Lisa, both unmarried and unexpectantly pregnant, faced a choice.  These two brave women, who later became my friends, chose life for their unborn daughters.  One of them had the full support of her family, no matter what choice she made.  She was the lucky one. The other Lisa had no support whatsoever, […]

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