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Review: Too Many to Jail by Mark Bradley

  Despite intense opposition and persecution, more and more Iranian Muslims are turning to Christ all the time.  Some say Iran has the fasted growing church in the world.  In fact, one pastor’s wife was told during interrogation, “If we arrested people for religious reasons, there would be no room in the prisons.” Mark Bradley’s […]

Birds Still Do Sing

It has been a long, hard winter.  Lots of snow, lots of ice, lots of cold, and lots of distressing life-stuff. The other day I stood outside, trying to get into my locked house.  I didn’t want to be outside, and there was no objective reason why my house key shouldn’t work, but it didn’t. […]

Introducing the New Genevan Psalter

For over 450 years, churches, families, and individuals throughout the world have used some or other version of the Genevan Psalter to pray and praise using the Psalms.  In fact, this is the only psalter from Reformation times that is still being published in its entirety, and currently its popularity is increasing in various languages throughout […]

Six Lessons About Teaching

Last fall we learned euchre, the card game.  After that first evening I loved it so much that I had grandiose plans for family euchre parties and added playing cards to our shopping list. Why?  Well it’s fun, for one, but that’s not the only reason I loved it so much. Another reason is because […]

Review: Better Than Before by Gretchen Rubin

We moms often focus on habits.  We try to develop good habits in our children, we use habits to make our homeschools function more effectively, and we harness the power of habit to help our lives run more smoothly. Over a century ago, Charlotte Mason wrote a lot about the importance of cultivating habits in […]

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