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Review: The Swiss Family Robinson by Johann David Wyss

There are few books as suited to finding homeschool rabbit trails as The Swiss Family Robinson by Johann David Wyss. I’m sure you know the story: A family with four boys was shipwrecked on a deserted tropical island. Because they had been planning to set up a colony, the ship was full of useful supplies, […]

A Rare Stay at Home Day

Stay at home days have become rare treasures in our life, but Monday was one of those, a beautiful gift from God. The outside world was piled high with fluffy snow.  School children had a snow day, but we did a wee bit of math and spelling beside the cozy fire. Then dozens and dozens […]

Noticing Miracles

Life is full of miracles, but we so seldom see them.  Especially when daily details discourage us, dragging our eyes downward, or pain stuns us, blinding us to blessings. Yes, it is so easy to focus on everything but the good gifts God gives us, on the irritating, the mundane, the horrifying, or even the […]

What God Has Done for Me

“Come and listen, all you who fear God; let me tell you what he has done for me.”  Psalm 66: 16 Why did this nuthatch die?  Why do people suffer endlessly so that death seems a welcome relief?  Why is there illness, abuse, tragedy, natural disaster, heartache, unbelief?  Why? There are many answers, but none […]

Review: God in the Lab by Ruth Bancewicz

Is science compatible with religion?  Most of the major scientists of the past would say it is, and Ruth Bancewicz agrees.  In her book God in the Lab: How Science Enhances Faith she explores the question of what modern science means for Christians and how Christianity affects day to day scientific work.  Her conclusion, that […]

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