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Review: Help I’m Drowning by Sally Clarkson

When I was a young mom one of my best homeschooling guides was a book by Sally Clarkson and her husband Clay, Educating the Wholehearted Child.  It helped me so much over the past quarter century that I’ve had a soft spot for Sally ever since.  She has gone on to write books on many […]

Review: Stay by Anjuli Paschall

When I decided on Stay as my reflective book for the summer, I had no idea what I was getting into.  Instead of being gentle and peaceful (like The Next Right Thing I read last year), Stay is intense and raw.  Like The Next Right Thing, though, it keeps on leading the reader to God, so […]

Other Priorities

Several times over the past few months I tried to write a blog post and it just wouldn’t work.  For a long time I couldn’t figure out why and then it hit me:  I’ve been busy with other priorities. Here are some of them. When homeschooled teens take advanced courses, sometimes mom needs to scramble.  […]

Three Pandemics and the Great Physician

The mainstream media is giving us an endless stream of information about the pandemic caused by COVID-19—the number of cases, the number of deaths, what governments are doing, what is happening around the world, how individuals ought to behave, and the progress of vaccine research. The alternative media passionately exposes the pandemic of fear caused […]

Preparing for the Big Journey

Undeniably, some of us will lose loved ones in the next months. Perhaps some of us, ourselves, will die. Of course that has always been true, but we are paying more attention to it now. And the big question is, Are we ready? Are they ready? Some of us love the Lord. For us, now […]

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