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For our college age young people, and also for ourselves as homeschooling moms. (I used to tag this as ‘adult’ but my hubby told me that had the wrong connotation.)

Online Homeschool Conference: The Fitting-It-All-In Summit

If it is at all possible, do attend your local homeschool conference.  Last week I listed 8+1 benefits and 8 tips for attending your homeschool conference.  It is a golden opportunity to learn, be encouraged, and check out resources. Sadly, however, sometimes going to a ‘real’ conference is not possible.  There can be any number […]

Review: Love Thy Body by Nancy Pearcey

As soon as Love Thy Body arrived, Miss 15 asked permission to read it and ran off with it.  Who better to teach her than Nancy Pearcey? But after a while she came back.  “I don’t like it. You will, though.” And later, to someone else, she said, “It hits all the hot button topics, […]

Review: Irenaeus of Lyon by Simonetta Carr

As we look ahead to Good Friday and Easter, it is good to remember that the Bible tells us all we need to know about our salvation and about how to be thankful for it.  We do not need to wait for special revelations or hidden messages.  We just  need to humbly accept God’s Word. […]

Want your family to be healthier?

Want your family to be healthier? Me, too. We have all heard that many of the health conditions many of us deal with are modern-day issues, from the increase in cancer and heart disease to the explosion of autoimmune diseases and mental illness. Undoubtedly these conditions are partly related to things we have no control […]

Looking for a Classical Christian One-Year College?

Are you looking for a classical Christian one-year college? An excellent one that includes community and is not too expensive? Let me tell you about Augustine College, a top-notch, intentionally-tiny college in the heart of Ottawa, Canada.  With its close-knit community and commitment to rigorous, Christ-centered study, Augustine College has been a formative influence in […]

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