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Review: Marie Durand by Simonetta Carr

When my kids complain that something isn’t fair, I usually remind them how incredibly blessed they are compared to people throughout the world and throughout the ages.  That response stops complaining quite effectively for anyone who knows history or current events. But it does not get to the heart of the matter, and when true […]

Review: The Paideia of God by Douglas Wilson

Wilson’s collection of essays on education runs the gamut from profoundly relevant to homeschooling (the purpose and meaning of education) to irrelevant but interesting (school clothes and vouchers). “The Paideia of God” was an encouraging eye-opener to me.  Christian homeschoolers often refer to Deuteronomy 6 for homeschooling inspiration.  Douglas Wilson, a minister, turns to Ephesians […]

Lessons from a Long Marriage

Thirty years ago this weekend we were engaged and in a few months we will celebrate our 28th wedding anniversary.  Even after all these years it is good for us to look at others who have walked this path before, whose long marriages have been a living testimony of God’s goodness. Recently I attended the […]

Review: No Little Women by Aimee Byrd

Aimee Byrd says bad theology is entering doctrinally sound churches via women’s ministries.  Others agree. If true, this is an incredibly serious matter, since theology is the study of who God is.   No Little Women discusses the problem and suggests the solution, Equipping All Women in the Household of God.  This book is written primarily […]

Halfway Through the Homeschool High School Year

As we approach the halfway mark in our homeschool year, I look at what we have accomplished and panic.  We are so far behind where I had hoped we would be!  It’s very stressful, this being behind, and years ago I used to pass that stress on to the kids.  Let’s work harder, let’s do […]

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